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The Indian car market, just like the country's population, is huge, diverse and totally dynamic. Therefore, consumer choices in terms of vehicle type in India vary drastically, starting from a compact low-priced car and ending at top notch luxury model. However, over the years, certain buying patterns have been spotted in India, wherein people have an affinity towards particular segments. The hatchback segment is the most popular segment of the Indian auto market due to a number of reasons. A hatchback, which is said to be compact, fuel efficient, affordable and ideal for Indian road conditions, totally represents what a buyer in the country looks for in their car. For this vary reason, companies manufacturing hatchbacks have dominated the passenger car market in India.

Sedans, usually associated with luxury, also have a decent market in India with a number of them enjoying great success. Mostly driven in cities, sedans come in different types, ranging from compact to top class luxury models. Along with, the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment, for a number of reasons, has been able to carve a niche for itself in the Indian car market. SUVs are comfortable, powerful, spacious and have a commanding road presence. In addition, they have the ability to perform well in unfavourable terrains and weather conditions. Apart from this, owning an SUV is a perceived symbol of a person's status, especially in a country where there is a high level of economic disparity.

A compact SUV renders the performance of a utility vehicle and provides the luxury of a sedan along with being suitable for driving in city traffic. Notably, a few compact SUVs have also managed to shape a tremendous comeback for their respective manufacturers. Coming to the van and minivan segment, it has not been able to make much name in India with most of them being used for commercial purposes. Pricing can be stated as the biggest reason why the this segment has not been able to do well in auto space. Additionally, the minivans available in the country are unable to appeal customers in terms of appearance as well.
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New Cars By Fuel Type

With recent upsurge in fuel prices, car makers in India are now resorting to use available fuel options to boost their sales. In a fast expanding auto market like India, which is currently going through a repressive phase, the competition is getting tougher day by day. As a result, major auto makers are devising new strategies with an aim to counter the low sales. In India, companies are offering cars in different fuel options like diesel, petrol and CNG/LPG in order to cope up with the changing consumer sentiment.

Petrol cars may have more refined engines than diesel ones, but major demerit of the former has been its lower fuel efficiency as petrol burns faster than diesel. However, petrol cars are known for running at higher speeds than diesel models, which is mainly because of its lighter engines. In a country like India where fuel prices are surging at a high speed, the demand for petrol cars is falling day by day with car buyers now turning towards alternative fuel options. Even the luxury car segment has bore the brunt of price rise with major companies roping in diesel variants to cope up with the market demand.

With higher mileage and a powerful engine performance, diesel cars have taken the centre stage in India in the recent past. With the continuous surge in petrol prices, the Indian market is flooded with several diesel models. Although diesel cars offer economical mileage, they are more costly as compared to petrol models.

An alternative to traditional fuel options, CNG and LPG cars have performed quite well in the Indian car market with many buyers opting for these power sources. Being very economical and cheapest means for running a vehicle, these fuel options are much favoured by the middle-class section of society.
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New Cars in 2016

Fiat  Punto Pure

Fiat Punto Pure

Rs. 4.49 - Rs. 5.49 lakhs
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BMW  7 Series

BMW 7 Series

Rs. 111 - Rs. 155 lakhs
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The BMW 7-Series that received a minor facelift (Life Cycle Impulse) in 2013, has always been admired for its premium styling, luxurious interior and engine performance. The facelifted model came with updated styling, mechanicals and better engine refinement. The sedan is available in four trim levels – 730LD, 750LI, 760LI and ActiveHybrid 7L and three engine options – a 4.4-litre petrol, a 6.0-litre petrol and a 3.0-litre diesel. An ActiveHybrid variant with a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder, twin-turbocharged in-line engine and an electric motor is also on offer.



Rs. 29.9 - Rs. 39.9 lakhs
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BMW pioneered a new luxury compact SUV segment with the launch of X1 in 2009. Being the company’s most affordable crossover, the X1, did really well for the company in terms of sales, but its sales started falling with rising competition. So to counter its rivals, the company updated the X1 in 2013 with few cosmetic and mechanical changes. And the most significant change came in the form of a new 8-speed Steptronic automatic torque converter transmission that made it more frugal and efficient.

Jaguar  XE

Jaguar XE

Rs. 39.9 - Rs. 46.5 lakhs
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Audi  R8  5.2 V10 Plus

Audi R8 5.2 V10 Plus

Rs. 200 - Rs. 248 lakhs
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Audi is one of the world’s most renowned German automobile manufacturers in luxury sports section. Audi R8 is one such model that has gathered immense appreciation for its features and performance all over the world. R8 happens to be a full-fledged two seater luxury sports car. During the initial stages, the company launched Audi R8 4.2 V8 coupe, which was then followed by R8 5.2 V10 Coupe, v10 Spyder and V10 Plus. Earlier in 2015, R8’s newest version LMX was launched with more upgrades and better specifications than the previous versions.

Chevrolet  Cruze

Chevrolet Cruze

Rs. 14.68 - Rs. 17.81 lakhs
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First introduced in 2009, the Chevrolet Cruze has captured a giant section of automotive market as well as the hearts of Indian auto enthusiasts. Flawless styling, superior technology and power-packed engine mark the brilliance of this machine in its own segment. Not only styling, the car is also enriched with various safety features.

Jaguar  XJ L

Jaguar XJ L

Rs. 98.03 - Rs. 105.42 lakhs
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The Jaguar XJL saloon was first premiered in July 2009 in London; however, the saloon takes about 3 years to enter into Indian market. The sleek and sporty luxury car made its Indian debut in 2012. This sedan rated high in every aspect, be it the driveability, safety and security features or engine performance. It is positioned above the XF saloon in the company's Indian portfolio. The extended wheelbase added to the XJ offers extra legroom for rear occupants.

BMW  3 Series

BMW 3 Series

Rs. 35.9 - Rs. 44.5 lakhs
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BMW, the well appreciated German auto maker, has launched yet another new version of its 3 Series model in the Indian auto market. Interestingly, the model is currently in its sixth generation series and around 40 year’s old brand for BMW. The new 3 Series features both cosmetic and technical changes. It is believed that 3 Series is counted among the best models BMW has ever introduced, thanks to its sophisticated features and captivating looks.

Ford  Endeavour

Ford Endeavour

Rs. 23.64 - Rs. 28.15 lakhs
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Ford’s Endeavour has be one of the longest selling premium SUV in India. Ford has now  introduced the new-generation Endeavour for the Indian car market. The new Endeavour has been built from scratch on an all new platform.

Porsche  Panamera  Diesel Gran Turismo Edition

Porsche Panamera Diesel Gran Turismo Edition

Rs. 104 - Rs. 233 lakhs
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Panamera is a “super-saloon”, in simple words, its luxury being driven on four wheels. It comes from the same stable as Porsche 918 and stays true to its name. Though this car efficiently seats four, yet it is build to zip around the city like the mouse in your house. Panamera was first revealed in 2009 at Shanghai Motor Show and was deemed “ugly” by some auto experts. With “love it or hate it” looks, Porsche was taking a gamble on this one, but the Stuttgart-based auto maker placed it well among the auto enthusiasts.

Upcoming Cars in 2016 - 2017

Nissan Murano

New Volkswagen Ameo

Volkswagen, has chalked out an aggressive plan to diversify its reach in the car market. The Polo and the Vento are very popular offerings in its segment but have no.
Expected: 02 February 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Tata Zica

Similar to the Bolt and Zest, Tata Motors wants to revamp its low cost range too. The Indica eV2, which is sold as a base option for hatchback seekers will be discon.
Expected: February 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Mercedes Benz GLC Class

Premium German car maker Mercedes-Benz is already on a roll with the success of its latest models like the A-Class, B-Class and the GLA-Class. The Stuttgart based ma.
Expected: March 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jeep, a brand of Chrysler Group LLC, is often credited for introducing some of the best Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) all over the world. The Chrysler Group LLC is .
Expected: March 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is considered as a perfect example of a niche utility vehicle, ever since it was offered to the general public. The origin of this Sports Utility V.
Expected: March 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Renault Duster

Upcoming Car Renault Duster Facelift Renault India started its India innings with the premium SUV Koleos and.
Expected: March 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza

The Vitara Brezza concept Sports Utility Vehicle was introduced by India’s leading car maker Maruti Suzuki during the 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo held in January..
Expected: March 2016, 40 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Skoda Superb

Skoda India will soon launch its flagship offering, the new Skoda Superb, early next year at the 2016 Auto Expo in Delhi. The company is already testing this model i.
Expected: April 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Mahindra Quanto

Mahindra was quick enough to enter the compact SUV bandwagon with the Quanto. Mahindra, the number one utility vehicle manufacturer in India has always offered varie.
Expected: April 2016, 0 comments.
Nissan Murano

New Nissan X-Trail

Nissan started its India innings with the two of the best benchmarks in the industry. The 350Z was the best in terms of performance while the X-Trail SUV had a poten.
Expected: May 2016, 0 comments.

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