Best Indian Cars 2023

The best indian cars are known for their great performance, spacious interiors and affordable price. They can also be very easy to drive and offer attractive features like torque assist during acceleration, brake energy regeneration and driver and passenger airbags.

Maruti Suzuki Swift is one of the most popular hatchbacks in India and it is set to get a facelift. It could be launched at the upcoming Auto Expo 2023.

Mahindra XUV400

The XUV400 is Mahindra’s first electric SUV. It aims to slot in between the B and C segments of e-SUVs.

Mahindra promises it will be a bigger, better, safer and more practical car than its rivals. It also claims to offer more range from a full charge.

Power comes from a PSM motor that produces an impressive 147 bhp and 310 Nm of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.3 seconds and tops out at 150 kmph.

Toyota Hycross

The Hycross is Toyota’s first MPV to be based on its new TNGA-C platform, and it is a huge step up from the Innova Crysta. It boasts a monocoque construction instead of the ladder-on-frame body, which has resulted in a 200 kg weight reduction.

It also comes with a host of advanced features like auto-fold functioning body-coloured ORVMs, a powered tailgate, and a panoramic sunroof. It is available in a variety of variants, including G and GX with the petrol engine, as well as VX, ZX and ZX (O) with the hybrid powertrain.

Maruti Jimny 5-door

The Maruti Jimny 5-door is a new SUV that recently made its global debut at the 2023 Auto Expo. The model has garnered over 25,000 bookings, and it’s finally ready for its India launch.

The Jimny 5-door has a boxy profile with ruler-straight lines, circular LED projector headlamps, prominent wheel arches and upright pillars. It also has a vertical rear quarter glass.

Maruti Swift

The Maruti Swift is one of the best-selling cars in India. It’s got a good mix of features and is backed by Maruti Suzuki’s service network.

The latest-generation Swift is based on Suzuki’s HEARTECT platform, which helps keep the weight down while offering high structural rigidity. It offers both petrol and diesel engines.

The 1.2-litre K-series petrol and 1.3-litre DDiS diesel are both fuel efficient. They deliver ARAI-tested mileage of 22 kmpl in the manual and automatic versions, respectively.

Tata Harrier Facelift

Tata is gearing up to launch a new facelift for the Harrier SUV. The vehicle has been spotted testing on the roads, and it is expected to receive a fresh set of cosmetic and feature upgrades.

The test mule was seen sporting a redesigned grille with vertical slats and modified LED DRLs. Other styling changes include a redesigned bumper and tweaked taillights at the rear section.

The facelift will also get ADAS safety features like Auto Emergency Braking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Keep Assist. It will also have an upgraded infotainment system and a new steering wheel.

Honda WR-V

The Honda WR-V is a crossover SUV that’s built with the needs of Indian buyers in mind. It’s based on the Jazz and features custom styling and a raised ride height.

It also has a few extras like body-coloured ORVMs, roof rails, protective black cladding and dual skid plates.

It’s available in petrol and diesel variants powered by a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine good for 89bhp and 110Nm of torque. The diesel is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Citroen C3 EV

Citroen India has confirmed the launch of an electric version of its C3 hatchback, and it is set to compete with the Tata Tiago EV. It will be manufactured at the company’s Thiruvallur plant in Chennai, with serial production expected to begin in December 2019.

The eC3 is 100% locally sourced and most of the components and parts on this EV are essentially the same as those on the petrol-powered car. This is done to optimize costs.

The eC3 is available in two variants, Live and Feel, and comes with a list of features that closely matches the ICE-powered C3. You can also opt for the Vibe Pack which adds coloured accents around the fog lamps, wing mirror surrounds and rear reflector surround.

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