Top Sedan cars of 2020 ideal for Mumbai roads
Most Mumbai roads are notorious for being laden with potholes. This becomes more apparent during the monsoon months. However, not all roads in the city are like that. You have the long stretch of Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Marine Drive and others, which are smooth. There is very little you can do about the condition of roads, but you can always select the best sedan that helps you maneuver effortlessly on them.
Let’s take a look at the sedans launched in 2020 that promise to make your drives smoother on Mumbai roads:
The year began with the launch of an all-new Hyundai Aura on January 21. The sub-4m sedan gets a coupe-like styling similar to its competitor Tata Tigor. Offered with both petrol and diesel engine options, the Aura gets projector headlamps, cooled glovebox, rear AC vents, wireless charging, push-button start, cruise control and several other creature comforts features. The suspension setup of Hyundai cars is usually on the softer side, which can handle Mumbai potholes with ease. The ex-showroom Mumbai prices for the Aura start at Rs 5.80 lakh.
Maruti Ciaz BS6
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz’s variant lineup was updated with BS6 engines. Moreover, a new Ciaz S variant was also added to the list on January 25. Since its launch in 2014, the Ciaz has been performing well thanks to its spacious interiors, elegant styling, capable engines and decent feature-list. The prices of the updated sedan start at Rs 8.31 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 11.09 lakh (prices ex-showroom Mumbai). If the price seems steep, you can go for a pre-owned Ciaz in the used vehicle market and get one for yourself with a used car loan.
Honda Amaze BS6
January was a busy month for car launches; the updated Honda Amaze too was introduced this year. Complying with the BS6 emission norms, the petrol and diesel engines of the Amaze continue to belt out similar power and torque figures. However, fuel efficiencies have dropped by almost 10 percent. Despite the subcompact sedan not featuring any upgrade, mechanical or cosmetic, the prices have shot up by Rs 9,000 – Rs 51,000, depending on the variants. Want the old mileage offered by this popular car? You can opt for a good conditioned used Amaze on a second hand car loan.
Hyundai launched its new Verna in March this year. The sedan gets updated styling with coupe-inspired sloping roof design, spacious interiors and several other features. The Hyundai Verna gets ventilated front seats (a must-have for the humid Mumbai climate), electric sunroof, Arkamys audio system and an 8-inch infotainment unit. If buying this new variant seems expensive, you can apply for a loan on used car and bring home a second-hand Verna.
For those interested in buying any of the above-listed sedans, Tata Capital brings you attractive deals on used car loan interest rates. Enjoy the monsoons drives this year and repay your loan on used cars on EMI gradually.