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  • With an increase in disposable incomes and the easy access to low-interest rate car loans, more consumers are purchasing cars and bikes. Due to the increasing number of two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and four-wheelers on the road, driving in the city traffic has become taxing for all. If you haven't mastered the art of driving a car with manual transmission then you can opt for a car with automatic transmission to navigate the busy streets of India more easily. If you are in the market for an automatic car from a popular car brand in the market, take a look at this list of the top 10 automatic cars for women in India:

    1. Ford Figo

    The price of the Ford Figo approximately starts at Rs.6.06 lakh and can go up to Rs.9.04 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The automatic variant of the Ford Figo starts at Rs.9.04 lakh. The new model of the Figo is a next generation model released by Ford. There are 7 colour options available to choose from. The automatic version of the Ford Figo has a fuel efficiency of 17 km/l.

    Ford Figo Specifications
    Displacement 1,499 cc
    Maximum engine output (kW at rpm) 82.3 at 6,300
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 136 at 4,250
    Fuel tank capacity 42 litres
    Engine 1.5 Ti-VCT

    2. Honda City

    The price of the Honda City is approximately between Rs.9.62 lakh and Rs.16.08 lakh. The Honda City has been the most successful vehicle of the company for quite a while now. The car has constantly got updates and has come to its fourth generation on India. There are 5 colour options to choose from for your Honda City. The automatics version of the car has a fuel efficiency of 18 km/l.

    Honda City Specifications
    Displacement 1,497 cc
    Power (kW at rpm) 87.7 at 6,600
    Torque (Nm at rpm) 145 at 4,600
    Number of valves 16
    Transmission CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission )

    3. Nissan Micra CVT

    The Nissan Micra is priced approximately between Rs.6.88 lakh and Rs.8.66 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Nissan Micra recently got a facelift and underwent changes both on the interior and exterior while keeping the overall design intact. There are 7 colour options available to choose from. The automatic version of the Micra has a fuel efficiency of 19.34 km/l.

    Nissan Micra Specifications
    Displacement 1,198 cc
    Engine type DOHC 12 valve 3 cylinders
    Maximum power (ps at rpm) 77 at 6,000
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 104 at 4,400
    Fuel tank capacity 41 litres

    4. Hyundai Grand i10

    The Hyundai Grand i10 is priced approximately between Rs.5.21 lakh and Rs.8.48 lakh. The Hyundai Grand i10 after its launch in 2013 has received a number of updates over the years. The car is the highest selling Hyundai car in India. The Grand i10 comes in 8 different colours that you can choose from. The automatic variant of the Hyundai Grand i10 has a fuel efficiency of 17.49 km/l.

    Hyundai Grand i10 Specifications
    Displacement 1,197 cc
    Engine label 1.2 Kappa Petrol
    Maximum power (ps at rpm) 83 at 6,000
    Maximum torque (kg.m at rpm) 11.6 at 4,000
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 43 litres

    5. Honda Brio

    The price of the Honda Brio is approximately between Rs.5.14 lakh and Rs.7.56 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Brio was initially launched in 2011 and has undergone many minor changes since then. The 2016 model of the Brio underwent a lot of changes except the sides of the car. There are 4 colour options available to choose from. The automatic variant of the Honda Brio has a fuel efficiency of 16.5 km/l.

    Honda Brio Specifications
    Displacement 1,198 cc
    Maximum power (kW at rpm) 65 at 6,000
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 109 at 4,500
    Engine type SOHC i-VTEC Petrol
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 35 litres

    6. Renault Kwid

    The price of the Renault Kwid starts at approximately Rs.3.05 lakh and can go up to Rs.5.17 lakh. The car is Renault’s competitor for the small car segment in India, a segment that has been very competitive of late. The Kwid proves to be a worthy alternative to the other best selling small cars available in the Indian market. There are 6 colour options available to choose from. The automatic variant of the Kwid has a fuel efficiency of 24.04 km/l.

    Renault Kwid Specifications
    Displacement 799 cc
    Maximum power (ps at rpm) 54 at 5,678
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 72 at 4,386
    Transmission type 5-speed manual synchromesh
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 28 litres

    7. Maruti Suzuki Celerio

    The Maruti Suzuki Celerio is priced approximately between Rs.4.58 lakh and Rs.5.85 lakh. The entry level hatchback was initially launched in the year 2014 and got a lot of upgrades in the year 2017 and has played a vital role in improving Maruti Suzuki’s position in India in this particular segment. There are 6 colours available to choose from. The automatic version of the Celerio has a fuel efficiency of 23.1 km/l.

    Maruti Suzuki Celerio Specifications
    Displacement 998 cc
    Maximum power (kW at rpm) 50 at 6,000
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 90 at 3,500
    Emission type BS4 + OBD II
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 35 litres

    8. Maruti Suzuki Alto K10

    The price of the Alto K10 starts at approximately Rs.3.62 lakh and can up to Rs.4.56 lakh. The Alto is one of the most successful vehicles launched by Maruti Suzuki. The company launched the Alto 800 in the year 2012 but the K10 has managed to remain the same ever since its launch in 2010. The car resembles the Alto 800 externally but there are some differentiating factors that make the K10 stand out. The car is available in 5 different colours. The automatic variant of the K10 has a fuel efficiency of 24.07 km/l.

    Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 Specifications
    Displacement 998 cc
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 90 at 3,500
    Maximum power (ps at rpm) 68 at 6,000
    Transmission 5MT
    Emission type BSIV + OBD II
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 35 litres

    9. Tata Nano

    The Tata Nano is priced approximately between Rs.2.75 lakh and Rs.3.82 lakh. The Nano now comes with a power steering and improved interiors which greatly improve the presence of the Nano in the small car segment. The car is available in 6 different colours. The automatic variant of the Nano has a fuel efficiency of 21.9 km/l.

    Tata Nano Specifications
    Displacement 624 cc
    Maximum power (ps at rpm) 38 at 5,500
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 51 at 4,000
    Transmission Manual Easy Shift (Automated Manual Transmission)
    Seating capacity 4
    Fuel tank capacity 24 litres

    10. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

    The Maruti Suzuki Wagon R is priced approximately between Rs.4.56 lakh and Rs.5.86 lakh. The Wagon R has more than 8 million satisfied customers ever since its launch in 1999. The car has undergone multiple changes over this time, getting multiple facelifts and other modifications. The Wagon R is available in 7 different colours. The automatic variant of the car has a fuel efficiency of 20.5 km/l.

    Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Specifications
    Displacement 998 cc
    Maximum torque (Nm at rpm) 90 at 3,500
    Maximum power (kW at rpm) 50 at 6,200
    Emission BS IV + OBD-II Compliant
    Seating capacity 5
    Fuel tank capacity 35 litres

    Honda Jazz, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, Volkswagen Polo, and Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire are the other top automatic cars suitable for women drivers. You can purchase a new or used car of your choice with a low-interest rate car loan from a bank or a non-banking financial company. Any self-employed or salaried individual aged between 21 to 65 years with a good credit score of 750 or above, minimum net annual income of Rs.3-4 lakh, and at least 2 years of work experience in the same field is eligible for a car loan.

    Applying for a car loan online is simple and easy. Download a car loan application form from the bank website, fill it up, and submit it along with the necessary ID, income, and address proofs. Documents required for a car loan application include Aadhaar card, Passport, PAN card, Driving Licence, Voters ID card, 10th or 12th school certificate, ration card, utility bills, Form 16, and the last 3 months’ salary slips and bank statements.

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