by Aaron on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 No Comments
In India the demand for cars with automatic transmission is increasing day by day. Even though the fuel efficiency is less for the automatic transmission cars the ease in handling is making people go for the automatic cars. Automatic petrol cars are cheaper than the diesel ones. The cheapest diesel automatics the Hyundai Verna Fluidic costs around Rupees 8.85 lakh and the Mahindra Scorpio 11.47 lakh. Here we will check the prices and the features of some of the automatic petrol cars costing below rupees 8.5 lakh.
Maruti Suzuki brand has three low cost automatic hatchback models. The Maruti Celerio the second best selling Indian car has two automatic models the LXI AT and the VXI AT priced at Rupees 4,14,228 and 4,43,640 respectively. With a 998 cc, 67 bhp engine they give fantastic mileages of 23.1 kmpl. These cars with manual AC lack in entertainment and safety features.
by admin on Friday, July 25, 2014 No Comments
Nissan’s budget brand, Datsun made its global debut in India with their large hatchback, the Go. The Go was considered to rake a lot of attention due to its relatively small price tag. The comeback car from Nissan is up to its stiffest competition in terms of pricing against Hyundai Eon, the smallest car from the Hyundai stables.
So how will the Go stack up against an established rival like the Eon. Let us find out.
by Jyotsna Ramani on Saturday, January 18, 2014 No Comments
Just around a decade or so ago people used to solely buy their tyres and wheels from specialty stores near them. Relying on their own ability to hunt through ads and haggle on prices, people often were stuck with paying more than what was necessary for wheels. Fortunately the immersion of the internet into our everyday lives has drastically changed how people shop for wheels.If you are looking to replace a set of wheels, then continue reading below to learn how you can get high quality yet cheap wheels online!
Types of Wheels To Choose
Those looking for the best wheels that are not only cheap but high quality should consider aftermarket alloy wheels. These are available from hundreds of different manufacturers so you can really brwose through the brands and pick out the right style. Additionally, aftermarket (or replica) wheels are often better than the OEM wheels since they are reverse engineered to weed out any flaws and design errors!
by Jyotsna Ramani on Thursday, March 21, 2013 No Comments
Buying a car today is very simple and easy because there are many online sites that offer some of the best deals that you can find which not only fits your requirements but also the budget. However, there are many hidden factors that we normally don’t take into account while buying a car and that can lead to major financial problems later on. Some experts claim that once you have bought the car the expenses keep adding in the future and therefore car buyers need to stay focus on how much they will spend once they have actually bought the car from the showroom or from online sites. Hence, car buyers must always make sure that they go through total cost of ownership details before they actually decide to buy their cars. Here are some reasons why knowing more about total cost of ownership can help you to get better cars.