How long will you drive the bike, buy today this luxurious car cheaper than 5 lakhs and increase your speed

Are you tired of riding a bike? If so, then start preparing to increase your speed, because there are many cars available in the market cheaper than five lakh rupees. It is often seen that people want to buy a car but budget comes in the way. But if your budget is around Rs 5 lakh, then your dream of buying a car can come true. With the new car, you can also give a better and comfortable travel experience to your family. Car companies like Maruti Suzuki, Datsun and Renault offer cheap cars in the Indian car market.

Maruti Alto 800- Rs 3.39 lakh

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 is one of the best selling car in the country. This car comes with 796 cc engine. Maruti Alto is also a 5 seater car and its ex-showroom price starts at Rs. 3.39 Lakh. The mileage of Maruti Alto 800 is 22.05 kmpl.

Maruti S-Presso- Rs 4.25 lakh

The next offering from Maruti Suzuki is the S-Presso. This car is equipped with the power of 998 cc engine. On the other hand, the Maruti S-Presso car can run up to 21.4 km on one liter of petrol. The starting ex-showroom price of Maruti S-Presso is Rs 4.25 lakh. This car is also a 5 seater car.

Maruti Eeco - Rs 4.63 lakh

Eeco is the third car from Maruti Suzuki in the car cheaper than five lakhs. 1196 cc engine gives power in Maruti Eeco. The ex-showroom price of this car starts at Rs 4.63 Lakh. This 5 seater car can cover a distance of 16.11 km on a liter of petrol.

Datsun Go- Rs 4.63 lakh

Datsun GO is another fun car that costs under Rs. 5 lakhs. This is also a 5 seater car and gets an engine of 1198 cc. Its starting ex-showroom price is Rs 4.63 lakh. This car can run 19 km on one liter of petrol.

Renault Kwid - Rs 4.64 lakh

Renault Kwid is one of the cheapest car in India. It is a 5 seater car and comes in many variants. Its ex-showroom price starts from Rs 4.64 lakh. In terms of mileage, the Renault Kwid can travel 22.25 km on a liter of petrol.

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