Best Mileage Cars In India Below 5 Lakhs
There is no dearth of people who choose the latest high-end cars, but almost 40 percent of car sales come from below Rs. 5 lakh segment in India. Probably most of the cars available under Rs. 5 lakh offer good value for money. Moreover, parking has become a major problem in our country which is another good reason to prefer small cars (which target this price bracket). And the best part is that these cars are generally fuel-efficient. According to the market trends, we are jotting down the top 5 best mileage cars below Rs. 5 lakh mark in India.
The General Motors has produced Chevrolet Beat and Chevrolet Spark to compete with other brands under Rs 5 lakh segment. From these two, it’s the Beat that has got the diesel engine and overall nice aerodynamic design. It is impressive both on inside as well as outside. With a decent mileage offered on both petrol and diesel variants, the Beat is loved by people.
Maruti Suzuki is undoubtedly the most trusted and bestselling passenger car brand in India. Under the category of best mileage car below Rs. 5 lakh, WagonR is definitely the first one. It is one the first cars to use the tall boy design, wherein it is made unusually tall with a short bonnet and almost vertical hatchback, and sides so as to maximize the cabin space while keeping within the kei car dimension restrictions. Launched way back in 1993, the WagonR with its fifth generation is still loved by people due to its high mileage and low price.
Introduced in 2011, the Honda Brio was an instant hit in the market regardless of its availability only in petrol version. Its fascinating contours with angular swept back headlamps and eye shaped innovative tail lamp design are enough to make anyone fall for it. Moreover, the fascinating suit follows inside as well with stylishly carved out dash and ergonomic seats. With a great mileage of 19.4 kmpl, Honda Brio falls in the price bracket of Rs. 4.13 – 4.62 lakh.
Completing the chartbuster of the best mileage cars below Rs. 5 lakh, the Maruti Suzuki Ritz has been recently revamped to stir its sluggish sales in India. This hatchback has been smartly designed with A-Star similar headlamps, sporty bumper and classic SUV kind of rear end with high mounted stop lamps. Its posh interiors and decent sitting space make it a popular choice among car buyers. The Ritz is available in both petrol and diesel variants
Touted to be the largest automobile manufacturer in India, Tata Motors is out and out dependent on its Indica series for its survival in the hatchback car segment. However, the face-lifted Indica Vista does the fitting job in this competition and provided the company decent returns. It offers comfort and space like a sedan. Equipped with four powerful engine options, the Vista offers a decent mileage of 16.7 – 19.4 kmpl and ranges between Rs 4.61– 4.91 lakh.
|Car (All Variants)||Mileage (kmpl)||Price (in Lakhs)|
|Tata Nano||25.4||1.41 – 2.34|
|Maruti Suzuki Omni||10.9 – 14.7||2.54 – 2.52|
|Maruti Alto 800||22.74 – 30.46||2.86 – 3.40|
|Hyundai EON||21.1||3.02– 4.19|
|Hyundai Santro||11.8 – 17.9||3.09- 4.51|
|Maruti Suzuki Eeco||15.1 – 20.0||3.80 – 4.15|
|Maruti Suzuki Alto K10||20.2||3.13 – 3.95|
|Chevrolet Spark||13.2 – 18.0||3.60 – 4.18|
|Nissan Micra Active||19.49||3.50 – 4.79|
|Maruti Suzuki Wagon R||20.51 – 26.6||3.63– 4.56|
|Hyundai i10||19.0 – 20.36||4.17 – 4.98|
|Chevrolet Beat||13.3 – 25.4||4.20 – 6.28|
|Ford Figo||15.6 – 20.0||4.13– 6.38|
|Tata Indica eV2||17.8 – 25.0||4.44 – 4.85|
|Honda Brio||19.4||4.21– 6.78|
|Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Stingray||20.51||4.15– 4.75|
|Hyundai Grand i10||18.9||4.62– 6.67|
|Maruti Suzuki Ritz||18.5||4.38 – 6.37|
|Toyota Etios Liva||17.71||5.00– 7.21|
|Renault Pulse||18.0||4.46 — 6.79|
|Maruti Suzuki Swift||18.6||4.57– 7.20|
|Tata Vista||16.7 – 19.4||4.84– 5.97|
|Nissan Micra||18.44||5.16 – 7.46|
|Hyundai i20||18.5||5.23 – 7.99|
|Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire||19.1||5.07 – 7.81|
|Volkswagen Polo||17.24||5.99 – 8.84|
|Tata Indigo eCS||15.64 – 19.9||5.05– 5.95|
|Chevrolet Sail||18.3||5.49 – 8.05|