Cheapest cars post lockdown is surely a thing all the buyers are looking for. India is currently going through a nationwide lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The economy has no doubt suffered a lot due to this lockdown. Some of us were about to buy a car just when the pandemic kicked in. We understand that in such a situation, you might have changed your budget allocation for buying a new car, therefore, here are 5 cheapest cars that will be available post lockdown and will follow all the latest norms.
This one from Renault is a pleasure to drive hatch along with an excellent fuel economy. This one stands first in our list of cheapest cars post lockdown. Kwid has got a starting price tag of Rs.2.83Lakhs. The top-end variant costs you around 5Lakh rupees. This one is a tough competition for the Maruti Suzuki Alto because it has got more cabin space, more fuel efficiency and of course better looks! Unlike others, this carmaker pays attention to the design as well.
Maruti Suzuki Alto
Talking of competition and not including the segment sales leader? Maruti Suzuki Alto is still a tough competition for the Renault Kwid with its same old looks. Guess only the brand-name is enough for the Indian audience to buy a car! Anyhow, Maruti Suzuki Alto is also among the cheapest cars to buy post the lockdown. This one has got an 800cc engine which is also available in a company fitted CNG variant. Needless to say, it is a BS6 compliant vehicle. The Price range for this one is Rs.2.94 Lakhs to Rs.4.36 Lakhs.
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Maruti’s try at the micro-SUV segment! The S-Presso is available in the Indian market for a price of Rs3.77 Lakhs to Rs.4.9 Lakhs! This one has got a 1.0litre 3-cylinder engine. The S-Presso gets a completely different interior and exterior look from all the other cars in the MS lineup. The gearbox options available on this one are a 5-speed manual and an AMT.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio
The first one to get the AMT! Yes, Celerio was the first Maruti Suzuki car to get an AMT gearbox. Celerio comes at in a price segment of Rs.4.41 Lakhs to Rs.5.57 Lakhs. This one also has a 1.0litre 3-cylinder petrol engine and has got a company fitted CNG option as well which makes it even more “Dzireable”!
The entry-level hatch from the Korean automaker scores on the up to date features (most of them are first in segment) and the excellent efficiency. The Hyundai Santro lies in a price range of Rs.4.57 – Rs.6.2 Lakhs. This one offers a company fitted CNG kit too. Santro has a variety of features on offer like the rear AC vents and the reverse parking camera which is not offered by any other car in this segment! This one with a fuel efficiency of 20 kmpl for petrol and 30.48 km/kg is a steal deal for sure!