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For the longest time now, car purchase decisions in India have mostly been driven by men, but the last decade has seen a pivotal change. Women car buyers now for per cent of the total car sales according to industry estimates. In fact, the of women buying luxury cars is said to be even higher at around per cent.
This rise can be attributed to more women ing the workforce, increased purchasing power, and also better awareness thanks to the internet. On their part, carmakers are catering to the increased demand by offering convenience features that women drivers will appreciate as well.
While women buyers these days are putting their money on anything from a Maruti Alto to a Mercedes E-Class, mass-market offerings still command the highest sales, given the general income levels in our country. So, if you are looking for the best cars available for women in India, this top 5 list should help narrow down the search. Renault Kwid is undoubtedly among the better-looking entry-level cars in India.
Add to that an expansive features list 7-inch touchscreen, rear armrest, reverse parking camera to name a few and the convenience of an AMT, the Kwid ticks almost all the right boxes. In case you need to haul a full house for a weekend road trip, the Kwid has more than adequate space not just for the passengers but also for their luggage with a litre boot.
You need to be aware that this car is best used within city limits as its high-speed manners are not that great. Quite a looker, the Maruti Baleno has found favour among the fairer sex. It has a conventional top hat but with striking detailing thanks to those projector LED projector headlamps with DRLs and inch machine-cut alloy wheels.
Even the driving experience is quite relaxed, thanks to a tractable 1. The clutch action is light standalone, but if you want two-pedal convenience the Maruti Baleno is also available with a CVT. That said, it could have been made a bit more friendly for rear passengers with the addition of a rear AC vent and armrest, but more importantly, six airbags, which are offered on the Hyundai i A lot of women swear by the sedan body type as it oozes gracefulness that the chopped-down sub-4m offerings and SUVs cannot claim.
And one candidate that comes to mind is the recently facelifted Hyundai Verna. It gets sophisticated-looking full-LED headlights with LED daytime running lamps, machine-cut inch alloy wheels, electric sunroof which also adds a sense of space to the cabinsmart trunk allows for hands-free opening of the bootventilated seats cools the front seatsas well as front and rear armrests for added comfort.
On the safety front, the Verna boasts of six airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, driver assist technologies like ESC electronic stability controlhill start assist control, and vehicle stability control.
All of these are equipped with automatic transmission though a 7-speed dual-clutch is standard on the 1. It's no secret that both the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos share platforms, engine and transmission options, along with most of their features. Both the SUVs offer a variety of funky colour shades, with the option of dual-tone paint jobs as well.
However, you need to remember that Seltos might feel a tad stiff to some buyers, which could pose a problem on bad ro. Moreover, only the top variant gets six airbags as standard. If you spend more time behind the wheel than in the passenger seat and want a car that turns he wherever it goes, the Cooper is worth a dekko. You can opt from a 3-door version or a convertible, both of which are powered by a 2. Both the hatchbacks are coupled with a 7-speed dual clutch steptronic transmission that is not only convenient but also quick.
However, the price you see above is exclusive of optionals, which can cost an additional Rs 5 lakh depending on what all you add. For perspective, the stock Mini Cooper misses out on even some of the basics like an audio system with speakers and a reverse parking camera. The boot space is average at best and might not be enough to swallow all of your shopping bags. You may also have grouses with the cramped rear row, stiff ride quality, and low ground clearance. Renault KWID. Rs Price 3. Mileage upto Engine upto cc. BHP Check July Offers. Boot Space - litres. Renault Kiger. KWID vs Kiger.
Maruti Alto KWID vs Alto Maruti S-Presso. Tata Tiago. KWID vs Tiago. Maruti Wagon R. Maruti Baleno. Rs Price 5. Maruti Swift. Baleno vs Swift. Toyota Glanza. Baleno vs Glanza. Tata Altroz. Baleno vs Altroz. Hyundai i Baleno vs i Maruti Dzire.
Baleno vs Dzire. Hyundai Verna. Rs Price 9. Honda City 4th Generation. Verna vs City 4th Generation. Maruti Ciaz. Verna vs Ciaz. Hyundai Creta. Verna vs Creta. New Skoda Rapid. Verna vs New Rapid. Verna vs i Kia Seltos. Seltos vs Creta. Seltos vs Hector. Skoda Kushaq.
Seltos vs Kushaq. Tata Harrier. Seltos vs Harrier. Mahindra XUV Seltos vs XUV Rs Price New Skoda Superb. Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. BMW 3 Series.
Suggest Me a Car. Maruti Swift Rs 5. Hyundai i20 Rs 6. Tata Altroz Rs 5. Maruti Baleno Rs 5. Maruti Wagon R Rs 4. Tata Tiago Rs 4. Maruti Dzire Rs 5. Honda City 4th Generation Rs 9. Hyundai Verna Rs 9. Honda City Rs Hyundai Aura Rs 5. Honda Amaze Rs 6. Hyundai Alcazar Rs Mahindra Thar Rs Skoda Kushaq Rs Hyundai Creta Rs 9. Kia Seltos Rs 9. Tata Nexon Rs 7. Maruti Ertiga Rs 7.
Toyota Innova Crysta Rs Renault Triber Rs 5.Looking 4 woman who likes to ride
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Ladies, Here Are The Best Cars For Women In India