Top 8 Sedan Cars in India

If you need a car that would be perfect for the Indian highways, expressways and even the local roads, then a sedan your answer! Let’s have a look at the top 8 sedans available in the Indian market. 

Maruti Suzuki Dzire

True to its name, the Maruti Suzuki Dzire is one of the most desirable compact sedans in India. Driving its inspiration from the country’s beloved hatchback – Maruti Swift, the Maruti Dzire is devised in a similar way. It’s a five-passenger vehicle and has sufficient boot capacity. Dzire is the best option for someone wanting a mix of a hatchback and a sedan.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 5.89 – Rs. 8.81 lakhs.

Variants: All petrol.

Honda Amaze

With ample space and chic looks, the Honda Amaze was launched at the Auto Expo 2018. The latest variant of this sedan features a major design overhaul, both on the inside and outside. The latest model of the Honda Amaze also offers a CVT gearbox option and the first-ever touchscreen entertainment system to feature in a Honda. 

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 6.12 – Rs. 9.98 lakhs.

Variants: Both petrol and diesel.

Ford Aspire

The Ford Aspire gives to its user, the practicality of a sedan in a compact package, without any sort of compromise on driving comfort and fun. It has also been widely recognised as one of the sharpest looking sedans in the Indian market, providing an efficient balance of elegance and sportiness.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 5.99 – Rs. 8.34 lakhs.

Variants: Both petrol and diesel.

Honda City

The Honda City has been a well-renowned name in the sedan class of cars available in the Indian market. Since it first came to India in 1998, it has been in wide use, especially by the middle-income group. The Honda City has gone through multiple facelifts over the years, but still remains one of the most demanded sedans in the country, providing good comfort levels and premium features, in a decent budget.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 10.13 – Rs. 14.53 lakhs.

Variants: Only petrol.

Hyundai Verna

A physical manifestation of Korea’s fluidic design philosophy is the Hyundai Verna. It is a C-segment sedan with great looks, comfort and functionality. Verna had also bagged the prestigious ‘Indian Car of The Year’ award in 2018. 

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 9.31 – Rs. 15.11 lakhs.

Variants: Both petrol and diesel. 

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz

The only full-size sedan sold by the brand in the Indian market, the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz originally came as a replacement to SX4. Exclusively sold through Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa dealerships, this sedan is a mild diesel hybrid with a unique torque assist function as well. It gives good mileage along with efficient performance and is definitely value for money.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 8.32 – Rs. 11.10 lakhs.

Variants: Both petrol and diesel. 

Toyota Yaris

Yaris is Toyota’s first C-segment sedan available in the Indian market and offers a multitude of first-in-segment features. With excellent suspension tuning, seven airbags, ample space and Toyota’s global design language, this sedan is truly the best in class.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 8.87 – Rs. 14.31 lakhs.

Variants: Only petrol. 

Skoda Octavia

Volkswagen is renowned for its seven-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission, the Skoda Octavia offers sporty yet smooth driving experience, all at the same time. A performance-focused sedan, Octavia offers amazing features, both performance-wise as well as equipment-wise.

Ex-showroom price: Rs. 35.99 lakhs.

Variants: Only petrol. 

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