Top 5 SUV’s in India under Rs:20 Lakh
The world renowned car manufacturer Morris Garages has arrived in India with its sole product in the form of the MG Hector. Available from an on road price of Rs 13 Lakh ranging to 19 Lakh for the top variant, the Hector is worth its price. Coming in a 2 Litre Diesel Engine and 1.5 Litre Petrol Engine, the Hector is available in both, automatic and manual transmissions. Apt for Indian conditions, the car boasts a strong suspension with a decent ground clearance. What gives the Hector an edge over its competitors is the amount of technology infused in the car in which almost any function can be performed via voice command. The Hector has a large tank size of 60 litres, its sleek back and sharp edges in the front give it a very prominent road presence.
Indian car manufacturer, Tata Motors brings itself back on the map to compete with international car manufacturers with the launch of the Tata Harrier. The Harrier does not come in a petrol engine and is only available in a 2 litre diesel engine. The car solely comes in a manual transmission and is not available in an automatic option. Efficient on fuel in comparison to its competitors, the Harrier provides a mileage of 17 km per litre in the city traffic. In the harrier there is no compromise on quality, the car is equipped with a JLR( Jaguar Land Rover) manufactured gair box, the top variant comes with JBL sound system and the quality of woodwork on the dashboard is par excellent . Starting at an on road price of Rs 13.5 Lakh ranging to 17.5 Lakh the Harrier does not shy away to compete with foreign car manufacturers.
Since its launch in 2015, the Creta has proven to be one of the best and most successful products made by Hyunda, alongside one of the most successful SUV’s in the country. The creta is available in 3 engine variants- a 1.6 litre diesel engine, a 1.6 litre petrol engine and a 1.4 litre diesel engine, it is offered in both manual and automatic transmissions. Depending on which specific engine, the Creta claims to provide a mileage ranging from 17-22 km per litre. In terms of size, the Creta is smaller than its competitors however it makes up on ground as it is competitively priced. The creta starts at an on road price of price of RS 10.5 Lakh and scales upto Rs 17 Lakh. The creta has a tank size of 55 litres. Despite it being in the market for over 4 years, Creta is still one of the leading cars in this segment and Hyundai takes a lot of pride in the Creta.
MAHINDRA XUV 300
As a lower counterpart of the XUV 500, The XUV 300 was launched by Mahindra in 2018 and has been highly successful ever since its launch. In order to penetrate the market Mahindra has priced this car very competitively , it is available at an on road price starting from Rs 8.5 Lakh ranging to Rs 13.5 Lakh. The car comes in a 1.5 litre diesel engine as well as a 1.2 litre petrol engine, the XUV is available in both, manual and automatic transmissions. Having a tank size of 45 litres the XUV 300 provides a fuel economy of 17-20 km per litre. Having a strong suspension and decent ground clearance the XUV 300 is apt for Indian road conditions along with the reliability of Mahindra
A car which is fun to drive and easy to handle, that is an apt description of the Hyundai Venue. Launched in mid 2019 the Venue has taken Indian markets by a storm. Often considered as a lower counterpart of the Creta, the Venue is priced competitively starting from an on road price of Rs : 7 Lakh. The Venue is available in a 1.4 litre diesel engine, a 1.2 litre Kappa petrol engine, however its most hot selling engine is itd 1.0 Litre Petrol Turbo boost engine. Depending on the specific engine, the Venue offers a mileage of 17-23 Km per litre. Overall the Hyundai Venue perfectly represents the phrase ‘Value for money’.