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    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Satisfactory"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      My experience of availing car loan from HDFC Bank was really good. I got the loan on time and the since I bank with them already I did not have go through much of documentation work. The interest rate and charges was normal and reasonable and it was a hassle free service in all.
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      , nagpur
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Good Service"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      Bankbazaar.com services are very good one and anyone can easily get the information from them. Website of the Bankbazaar.com is very easy to access, also its comfortable too. Response is also very good with the Bankbazaar.com and this is my first experience as well.
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      , pune
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Axis Bank Car Loan
      "Satisfactory"
      0.5 3.5/5 "Pretty good"
      Due to personal reasons I postponed the car loan plan with Axis bank. I am treated very well by Axis Bank executive as I have got the best service and response from them pertaining to the car loan application which is being submitted.The rates applied was 9% and the loan amount I tried to opt is 4 lakhs.
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      , pune
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Excellent"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      I got a very good response from Bank Bazaar, when I reached them for the car loan, the response provided by them was very prompt, I had been using their service, it is really excellent. I am using Bank Bazaar mobile app and application it is very easy to check all the financial information on this site.
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      , agra
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Excellent"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      The response is very good from hdfc bank and the executive called me on regular basic to know the application status of the car loan, but my plan got postponed. Interest for the car loan was around 9% with the HDFC bank and the loan amount was about 8 lakhs,
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      , agra
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Excellent"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      The response is very good from hdfc bank and the executive called me on regular basic to know the application status of the car loan, but my plan was postponed. Interest for the car loan was around 9% with the HDFC bank. And the loan mount was eight lakhs.
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      , agra
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Good Service"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      The bank bazaar web site helps me to compare and choose the products in the market. The bank bazaar web site is easy to use and user friendly. The bank bazaar customer service really helped me in concern to my car loan application. Overall I can say, bank bazaar gave a satisfied service
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Axis Bank Car Loan
      "Satisfactory"
      0.5 3.0/5 "Satisfactory"
      Due to my personal reason, I have not taken the car loan with the Axis bank. Interest rate with the Axis bank haven't discussed about this. Customer service with the Axis bank and they have done the follow on timely basis, also they have done the things in good manner.I have applied for three to five lakh loan.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Good Service"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      The services Bankbazaar has been very much satisfactory and the response has been really good too. This was very first experience in bank bazaar. and I came to know about bank bazaar via goggle. The website is good and overall I can say it I had no difficulties to get details of the banks and their deals.
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      , new delhi
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Axis Bank Car Loan
      "Good Service"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      Due to personal reasons I could not proceed with Axis bank for the car loan. I got a proper response and follow up from the bank checking about my requirement. The loan amount I have applied for 4.5 lakh In all it was a smooth experience.No hassle faced.
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      , new delhi
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • SBI Car Loan
      "Excellent"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      It was a tremendous approach by state bank of India with respect to my car loan application. It is an very fast and quick response from SBI end. State bank of India has good transparency with their service, and everything was clear and keen in their service. They just took twelve hours to disburse my car loan. The rate of interest is very competitive with SBI as it was around 8.75%
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Excellent"
      0.5 4.5/5 "Excellent!"
      My loan application was addressed in a proper way. I submitted the loan on their website immediately when I received calls from their end and they inquired the information from me and forwarded my application to the bank. I received proper service from bankbazaar.com and this was not first experience I have already availed credit card from bank bazaar.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Oriental Bank of Commerce Car Loan
      "Average"
      0.5 2.0/5 "Expected more"
      I had applied for a car loan with Oriental Bank of Commerce. The team contacted me once and collected all my details the reason I did not go with Oriental bank of Commerce for the car loan because the rate of interest was high 10% and I have asked they to reduce it they straight away they cannot do that.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Kotak Car Loan
      "Its Good"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      Six years back, I had taken car loan from Kotak Mahindra, it got completed. I purchased Hyundai I 10 car worth Rs.3.5 lakhs, Kotak Mahindra approved the requested amount with an interest rate of 11.5% but it was higher side at the time. Now it got closed successfully.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Smooth process"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      I had taken a commercial car loan from HDFC Bank earlier and at that moment I received a good deal on the interest rate and charges. It was a smooth process and I got the loan on time as well. The customer services and response was good and all the paper works were collected on time.
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      , pune
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Excellent"
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      Bankbazaar is good in providing proper information in regards to the loan. I did not face any challenges with bankbazaar at any point of time. The website is so simple to access and it is very informative. It is easy to choose the bank for the loan service.
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      , hyderabad
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Average"
      0.5 3.0/5 "Satisfactory"
      Once I submitted my application, they have responded.Once when the application was submitted It was not a good experience they had offered 10.25% as rate of interest which was bit high.compare to other banks. I had idea of applying five lakh rupees. I was over all not satisfied with the rate of interest so dropped the plan.
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      , hyderabad
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • SBI Car Loan
      "Overall good"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      To start off, I had taken my car loan from State Bank of India , I had to go over to the bank to submit my paper work. I also had to visit the branch often for any queries. The charges and interest rate is normal. There is no much of difference when compared to the other private banks too.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jun 23, 2017
    • Bank Bazaar Customer Support
      "Proper Service"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      My loan application was addressed in a proper way. I submitted the loan on their website immediately I received calls from their end and they inquired the information from me and forwarded my application to the bank. I received proper service from bankbazaar.com.
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      , agra
      Reviewed on Jun 22, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Car Loan
      "Delayed Response"
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      I did not receive that much good response from HDFC bank for the car loan service. Actually I got delayed response from the bank. Also initially I was planning for the second hand car later I afford new car so I did not continue the loan process with HDFC bank.
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      , agra
      Reviewed on Jun 22, 2017
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    The car market in India has expanded dramatically in the last two decades. We have seen a number of car manufacturers from all around the world launching their cars and brands in India. Indian car manufacturers have also blossomed introducing a number of models and variants over the years. Some of the leading manufacturers in the country include Tata, Mahindra & Mahindra, and Maruti Suzuki. From compact and budget-friendly hatchbacks to luxurious and expensive sedans and SUVs, the Indian roads see a diverse range of cars. The price range of these cars start at a few lakhs and end at a few crores.

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    Car Price Range in India

    India’s leading automobile manufacturer Tata had launched the Tata Nano as the car that would cost Rs.1 lakh. However, only the first few buyers got this price. The current ex-showroom price in Delhi for a base model is about Rs. 2 lakhs. The highest on road price for the Tata Nano is about Rs. 3.64 lakhs. However, the Nano has an unmatched competitor that has had a long-run in the market and is still going strong. The budget-friendly Maruti Suzuki Alto starts at Rs. 2.52 lakhs ex-showroom and dominates the market as the highest selling car.

    In between, India seems to have an unlimited supply of mid size cars, vans, MUVs, MPVs, sedans, executive cars, and premium cars. These cars usually fall between Rs. 6 lakhs up to Rs. 35 lakhs.

    Right on top, India has the cars that turn heads on the roads with their large size and smooth drive. These cars fall under the categories of luxury cars, super luxury cars, SUVs, convertibles, sports cars and super cars. These cars cost nothing less than Rs. 50 lakhs and roll into crores. The Jaguar XJ, Porsche Cayenne, Porsche Cayman, and the Audi RS5 are some of the cars that cost little over a crore. The most expensive cars available in the country range between Rs. 8.5 crore and Rs. 13 crore. These cars include the Conquest Evade, Bugatti Veyron and the Koenigsegg Agera. With so many choices in the automobile market, it’s no wonder that the price range varies so much. Looking at the different segments of cars, we can estimate a price range for the cars.

    Table of Car Price Range in India

    The prices below are an estimate according to the segment of cars. For detailed prices, please refer to the page of your selected car.

    Car Segment

    Type

    Estimate

    Examples

    A

    Hatchbacks

    Rs. 2 lakhs - Rs. 5 lakhs

    Alto, Spark, Nano, Eon

    A1

    Hatchbacks

    Rs. 7 lakhs

    Santro, Indica, Beat

    A2

    Hatchbacks

    Rs. 7 lakhs to 10 Lakh

    Ritz, i10, i20, Swift, Figo

    B1

    Vans

    Rs. 2 lakhs - Rs. 5 lakhs

    Eeco, Omni, Versa

    B2

    MUV/MPV

    Rs. 7 lakhs - Rs. 17 lakhs

    Sumo, Innova

    C1

    Sedan

    Rs. 6 lakhs - Rs. 10 Lakh

    Indigo, Fiesta, Sunny

    C2

    Sedan

    Rs. 8 lakhs - Rs. 13 lakhs

    Verna, Manza, Linea

    D1

    Sedan

    Rs. 15 lakhs

    Fluence, Corolla

    D2

    Sedan

    Below Rs. 35 Lakh

    Accord, Camry, Kizashi

    SUV

    SUV

    Rs. 5 lakhs - Rs. 13 crores

    Vitara, CRV

    News About Car Prices in India

    • GST Benefits of Jaguar Land Rover to be Passed on to Customers

      The cost of assembling cars has reduced by almost 12% for Jaguar Land Rover. Manufacturers are working towards passing the GST benefits to their customers as a result. Following BMW and Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover is the next to step up and make an announcement to reduce prices for the cars that are manufactured locally. The decline in prices is applicable on the XJ, XF and XE in the Jaguar portfolio as well as the Range Rover Evoque and Discovery Sport from Land Rover’s stable. The decline in prices is expected to differ from state to state and will be based on the model. GST is expected to come into effect from the 1st of July this year, but the decline in prices has been passed on to the customers already.

      13th June 2017

    • Geely Auto buys the British Sports Car Maker Lotus

      Chinese automaker Geely Auto has acquired stakes worth 51% in Lotus Cars and Lotus Engineering. The company also owns Volvo Car Corporation and The London Taxi Company. The purchase of stakes in Lotus Group was a part of the dealings in which Geely Auto bought 49.9% equity in Proton Holdings, a Malaysia-based automobile design and manufacturing company. With the fresh funds received from Geely, the long awaited SUV and third-generation sports car of Lotus can be launched soon. Lotus can also use the Drive-E range of engines of Volvo instead of Toyota powertrains.

      8th June 2017

    • BMW launches M760Li xDrive in India 

      M760Li xDrive is considered to be the most powerful production of BMW and it will be the flagship product for its Indian portfolio.The 17 feet long sedan is powered by a 6.6 litre V12 engine. It’s ex-showroom price is Rs.2.27 crores in Delhi showrooms. At present, this is the most expensive BMW car available in the country. It is available in two models, M760Li xDrive and M760Li XDrive V12 Excellence. As the flagship vehicle of BMW, it is provided with all the luxuries a buyer can imagine. It combines the performance features of BMW M series and the luxury of 7 series.

      29th May 2017

    • Nissan Explains Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology

      One of the worst things that can happen to a automobile manufacturer is unavailability of fossil fuel. Car are manufactured after deciding on the fuel type. Scarcity of fossil fuel has pushed many carmakers to switch to alternative ways to run their cars. Apart from petrol, diesel, and LPG, electricity is the next best option in the hands of many automobile manufacturers. Nissan also has an electric car called LEAF which is the best-selling car in its segment. However, during the Rio Olympics held in August, 2016, Nissan inaugurated their brand new SOFC-powered car, Renova Bio 2030. Explaining the technology, Nissan stated that SOFC technology uses bioethanol electric power to charge the vehicle. E-bio fuel cells which are 100% fuelled with ethanol is used to charge 24kwh battery. This battery is sufficient to drive the car up to 600 kms. Nissan proudly states that this technology will have zero emissions and will be completely eco-friendly.

      10th January 2017

    • A history of the Mini Clubman recently launched in India

      The Mini Clubman has been launched in India for Rs.37.90 lakhs. In the early days, the Mini Clubman was a family car with only 2 doors, later it got 2 more doors, and became the largest Mini to be ever made. Originally, the Mini was a two-door car that could seat 4, while the Clubman nameplate represents a four-door Mini. In 1969, Roy Hanes had restyled the Mini which was then called the Mini Clubman.

      When BMW took over the Mini brand, it didn’t have the rights to use the names, ‘Countryman’ and ‘Traveller’ (names used for two-door cars). However, BMW had bought the name, 'Clubman', and used it to refer to the Mini's estate version. The 1st generation Mini Clubman didn’t have 4 doors, but the car was bigger than the regular Mini. It had bi-parting cargo area doors and the 'Clubdoor'. The 2nd generation Mini Clubman has 4 doors without the Clubdoor, but has the bi-parting cargo area doors. It is the largest Mini to be made by BMW till date.

      3rd January 2017

    • Mitsubishi re-launches the Montero with a price tag of Rs.67.88 lakh

      Japanese car manufacturer Mitsubishi has reintroduced the Montero at a price of Rs.67.88 lakh in India, which is the ex-showroom price in Mumbai. As it will be imported via the Completely Built Unit (CBU) route, the import tax will be heavy. There will be minor cosmetic changes in the new Montero which will start its deliveries in the first week of December 2016. Externally, the new Montero receives new daytime running lights, projector headlamps, and chrome treatment on its radiator grille. Although, the refurbished model is very similar to its predecessor, the rear-wheel arches are going to stand out. It will be powered by a 3.2-litre diesel motor coupled to a five-speed auto box and a smart all-wheel drive system. The price of the new Mitsubishi Montero is in the league of the Volvo XC90, the BMW X5, and the Audi Q7. Car enthusiasts can make an online comparison of car loans on third-party websites like BankBazaar to make a sensible decision.

      23rd December 2016

    • Mercedes-AMG E63 to be Officially Launched in Mid-December

      Mercedes benz has released the 2017 edition of its E class, Mercedes-AMG E63 at Detroit Auto Show held this year. The car will be officially launched in the Los Angeles Motor show to be held in December. Its prominent features are broader wheel arches, improved radiator grille and a remarkable V8 BITURBO 4MATIC+ badging on the car’s front fender. It also features 10 spoke, 19 inch alloy wheels for the E 63 model and twin 5-spoke, 20 inch alloy wheels for the E 63 S model. The model houses two twin exhaust units on either side of the diffuser.

      19th December 2016

    • Tata Motors Making Efforts to Become the Third-Largest Passenger Vehicle by 2020

      In Spite of selling some good numbers, Tata Motors has still not been able to make a prominent mark in the passenger vehicle sector. But, now they have set a new target for themselves. They are aiming to become the third-largest passenger vehicle manufacturer by 2020. In an effort to achieve this goal, the company is planning to line up a lot of products in the market. They will be focussing more on the compact SUV, executive sedan segments. They are hoping that these actions will help them push their position from fifth to third. According to Mayank Pareek (President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors), they want to capture 100 percent of the market. They have already made plans for the next five years.

      2nd December 2016

    • Toyota Kirloskar Motor Join Hands with Uber

      Toyota Kirloskar Motor has decided to join hands with Uber for a business plan. Together, they will be working towards providing end-to-end vehicle buying solutions for drivers operating on Uber. Around 90% on-road funding will be provided for the Etios and Liva models. However, this is only applicable for the first time drivers. The scheme will continue to be applied till December 31, 2016. According to N.Raja(Director, Sales and Marketing at Toyota Kirloskar Motor), this step will contribute a lot in meeting the mobility needs of an average Indian in a more efficient way.

      Ola also had previously partnered with Mahindra & Mahindra and launched the ‘Mahindra-Ola Package’. As per the package, special rates and maintenance packages were offered to the driver partners.

      23rd November 2016

    • Sao Paulo International Motor Show 2016

      The Honda WR-V will make its debut at the upcoming Sao Paulo International Motor Show 2016 but design sketches of the crossover hatchback have already been revealed. The Honda WR-V is based on the Jazz and stands for “Winsome Runabout Vehicle”. The sketches show the car sporting an aggressive front bumper with faux skid plate, a single split grille and redesigned headlamps. The sketches also revealed that the car will have special alloy wheels, roof rails and a raised ride height. The back of the car has redesigned tail lamps and a redesigned bumper with skid plates. The car will be powered with a 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine and a 1.5 litre i-DTEC diesel engine. There will be options of a 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic transmission. The interiors are expected to match the Jazz although it will get a few changes. Honda had released its first crossover hatchback, the Honda Fit Twist, in 2012 in the South American market. The WR-V is being developed at its facility in Brazil to meet the demand for the crossover in South America. The Honda WR-,V is expected to hit the Indian market next year and will compete against the Fiat Avventura, Toyota Etios Cross, Volkswagen Cross Polo and the Hyundai i20 Active.

      21st November 2016

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