Latest cars in India 2013

Choose best latest cars of 2013 which is more suitable for your choice according to Budget, Looks, Fuel efficient and Performance.

Indian car market is rained with various new cars recently. Many car makers from all over the world have come to market with their new variants having more striking features and looks. They have verities in engine making them more fuel efficient. Though different from each other; they have won the heart of Indian customers with their choices.

Honda Amaze: New Honda Amaze sedan is the first diesel variant from Honda India. It can be called as sedan version of Brio. However it differs from Brio by roofline and creases on the side and wheels. The interiors of Honda Amaze are same as other Honda models. Its finest features include the audio system with steering mounted audio controls, increased wheelbase up to 2405 mm, increased rear legroom and a 400 litre boot. The only flaw in the interior is that the rear seats do not split or fold. It is present in two variants- petrol, which is powered by 1.2-litre i-VTEC producing 88PS and 109Nm of torque, with the ARAI fuel economy of 18kpl. And the diesel variant is with turbocharged 1.5 litre i-DTEC oil burner produces 100PS@3600rpm and 22Nm of torque @1750rpm, with ARAI efficiency of 25.8kpl Amaze was launched at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh.

Ford EcoSport: A new SUV is launched by Ford recently. The Indian subsidiary of Ford plans to aim mid-size sedan, premium hatchback, and entry-level MUV buyers with the new offering. The vehicle is present with automatic variant which will reduce gear efforts. The automotive version has two pedals-accelerator and break. The initial rating of Ford model starts with Rs5.59 lakh which is fixed for base model. The base diesel model starts at 6.69 lakh and the higher end petrol EcoSport petrol cost Rs.7.89 lakh and the dual-clutch auto Titanium costs Rs.8.44 lakh. It is with five seating capacity. The diesel engine is of 1498cc producing 89bhp@3750RPM power while petrol engine is of 1499cc producing 109 bhp@6300 RPM and 999cc producing 123 bhp@6000 RPM power.

Nissan Micra Face-lift: Japan automaker brought up Nissan Micra Face-Lift this July to market. It has got many interior and exterior changes. It has new angular headlamps resembling family theme, new grille with chromed extended V-shaped motif, rear parking camera, bonnet, alloy wheels, front and rear bumpers. The interiors get a new centre console, keyless entry, new touchscreen navigation system,  push start-stop button, electrically folding mirrors, rear parking camera, steering mounted controls,  Bluetooth, ABS, Dual Airbags and AC vents with rectangular shape. The vehicle is present in two variants of engine- a 75bhp and 1.2 litre three-cylinder petrol engines along with CVT and five-speed manual transmission. And the other will be 1.5 litre K9K diesel engines. The company has ranged Nissan Micra Face-lift from Rs4.9lakh to Rs6.6lakh.

Mahindra Verito Vibe: Along with various companies from world, Indian company Mahindra & Mahindra have also sailed the car market with its new ‘Mahindra Verito Vibe’ sedan. The features of Vibe includes light-streaming LED taillamps, alloy wheels, carbon finished front grille, wing shaped real chrome applique, smoked-glass headlamps and bond wheel arches. The interiors includes a large 330 litre Boot space, 2 DIN Music System with CD player, AUX, Quick Cool AC, MP3, USB, widest backseat with 3 adjustable rear headrests, and multi-directional circular AC vents. The vehicle is present only in diesel variant with 1.5 litre dCi that produces a top 65PS power at 4,000rpm and 160Nm torque at 2,000rpm delivering mileage of 20.8kmpl. The car is tagged with price from Rs5.68-6.55 lakhs.

Mercedes A-class: The luxurious car maker, Mercedes brought a difference in its production with super mini, a small family car ‘Mercedes A-class’. The luxury hatchback A-Class is available at range Rs 21.93 lakh to Rs22.73 lakh creating a new price range in India. The A-class is present in two variants. One is petrol variant which is more expensive and powered by 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder unit developing 122bhp and 200Nm of torque and giving ARAI mileage of around 15.5kmpl. On the other hand, the diesel variant gets 2.2-litre mill agitating out 109bhp and 250Nm of torque giving ARAI efficiency of 20.06kpl. The exterior includes constant interchange between convex and concave surfaces creating a unique appearance. It has pronounced V-shape along with LEDs behind headlamps, the radiator grille and additional air intake on the sides. The interiors elements are given electroplated finish resulting in cool touch effect. It has a governed airflow direction, free standing display screen and extensive range of seat covering.

Mercedes E-class: The other boon was made by Mercedes with Mercedes E-Class. The car launched with the price tag from Rs41.5 lakhs to Rs49.9 lakhs in India. E-Class is present in three variants: E200 CGi Petrol, E220 CDi Diesel and E220 CDi Limited Edition. It is equipped from external with four-headlight design, new LED headlamps plotted with LED Daytime Running Lamps, new LED tail-lamp, revised grille, front bonnet, tyres, fenders and bumper design. Its interiors are featured with new dashboards and gauges, nappa leather upholstery, Bluetooth interface and six-disc CD/DVD changer and adjustable seats. The car has two engine options: 2.0 litre petrol and 2.2 litre diesel. The petrol model produces power of 184 Bhp at 5500 rpm with torque of 300 Nm at1200 rpm. The diesel model develops 204 Bhp power at 4200 rpm with torque of 500 Nm at 1600 rpm.