1.verna

The Verna with the 1.4-litre engine has been launched in two variants E and EX and priced at Rs 7.79 lakh and Rs 9.09 lakh respectively. The new-gen Verna was launched in August 2017 and since then has been raking in sales for the company. Till date, it has received over 30,000 bookings and 2,00,000 inquiries in India and over 10,500 Units of export order from global markets

2.city
All set to redeem itself in the C-segment, the 2017 Honda City facelift has been launched in the country with prices starting at Rs 8,49,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This facelift comes three years after the current generation of the City was launched in India in 2014 and with a host of upgrades to the design as well as features.

3.ciaz
Maruti Suzuki has shifted Ciaz to their premium outlets Nexa recently, however, the mechanics of the car remain the same. It is the replacement for the company’s not-so-successful mid-sized sedan, the SX4 and it takes on the likes of Honda City, Hyundai Verna and other C segment sedans. Available in four trim levels, V, V+, Z and Z+, the Ciaz has both petrol and diesel engine options on offer. The petrol model of the car features a 1.4-litre VVT engine, capable of returning 20.73Km/l. Whereas, the diesel version of the car sports a 1.3-litre DDiS unit, which will return an impressive 26.21Km/l. With a fuel efficiency of 26.21Km/l, the Ciaz diesel engine has been claimed to be India’s most fuel efficient car.

4.tigor
The newly launched Tata Tigor subcompact sedan is the boot-equipped version of the very successful Tata Tiago hatchback. Showcased in the production form at the 2016 Auto Expo, the Tigor started life as the Kite 5 and is positioned below the Zest in the automaker’s model range. The Tigor is also the third product from Tata Motors in the subcompact sedan segment after the Indigo eCS and Zest. It is also currently the most affordable offering in the segment.

5.rapid
Skoda India has bestowed fresh dose of updates on the Rapid sedan which rivals Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and Volkswagen Vento in the segment. Having received exterior tweaks, Rapid facelift looks sharper with most of the changes made to the front profile. Inside, it retains styling elements from the pre-facelifted model, but gets additional kit over its predecessor. Richer in terms of feature, it now gets automatic headlamps, cruise control and touchscreen infotainment system. Yet another prominent addition to the new Rapid line-up is the 1.5 litre TDI engine tuned to churn higher output.

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