Hatchbacks are the most selling cars in India for various pros. They are practical pieces that can make through tight spaces to beat traffic. In addition to that, they are highly fuel-efficient & easy to take care of.
The style trends have changed over the years with new updates every day; let’s see the hatchbacks with the best looking ORVMs:
Maruti Suzuki Swift
The third-generation Swift is currently running on the roads, based on the HEARTECT platform, and powered by a 1.2L engine making 83hp & 113Nm torque. It is one of the best-selling hatchbacks in the market due to its sporty looks & high fuel efficiency.
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The front is equipped with sharply cut headlights and a contrasting grille holding the badging. The ORVMs on the side add up to the side profile, following the sporty element of the car.
Hyundai Grand i10 Nios
The original hatchback i10’s third-generation runs as Grand i10 Nios. It was launched in 2019 and came with a fresh look and turbo petrol, diesel & CNG variants. It has a punchy powertrain along with features such as a digital speedometer.
It sits on well-cut alloys and has a little wide stance. The reworded bumper adds to the appeal, and the ORVMs match up to the side-line of the car.
Hyundai i20 N-line
The most recently launched and the first of the N-Line in India, it is a performance version of the already running i20. It is powered by a 1.0 turbo petrol engine making 120hp & 172Nm torque.
The cosmetic changes are pretty distinctive and add up to the appeal. The contrasting ORVMs contribute to the subtle sporty look going well, with hints of red at the bottom. There is N-line badging both in the interior & exterior.
Altroz has beaten i20 to take its place for the second most selling hatchback in India in a year in the market. It is offered in 3 engine configurations and is spacious with practical features such as the iRA connectivity.
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Altroz also comes in a dark version which contributes to its sleek looks. The side profile is already pretty appealing, and the well-shaped, eye-catchy ORVMs with their unique design.
The fifth-generation Polo was launched in 2010 and has not received significant updates. It is still a complete package with a well-performing powertrain and practical features without any recent updates.
The next generation was revealed in 2017 but still has to make its way to our shores. The driving dynamics are the best, with the old-school looks and turbo variants to pick for enthusiasts. Regardless of that, the old looks spark an appeal through every angle, with the chunky little ORVMs adding up.