Top 5 Indian Cars In Their Own Niche

The Punch is Tata’s entry-level SUV offering, positioned under the Nexon subcompact SUV, occupying a segment termed as micro-SUV.

Tata Punch

Rs 9.49 lakh

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The equipment list of the Punch includes a 7-inch central display for the infotainment system, a semi-digital instrument cluster, auto AC, auto headlamps, and cruise control.

Tata Punch

The Triber was Renault’s first new model in India after many years. It is a sub-4 metre offering with three-rows of seats and MPV-like styling.

Renault Triber

Rs 8.51 lakh

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The seating layout is highly configurable to suit various purposes, and the two seats in the back can even be removed entirely.

Renault Triber

Mahindra has managed to carve a niche among the compact to mid-size SUVs with its most recent model, the Scorpio N.

Mahindra Scorpio N

Rs 23.9 lakh

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It even gets the same powertrain options - a 2.2-litre diesel engine offering up to 175PS and 400Nm, and a 2-litre turbo-petrol unit making 203PS and up to 380Nm.

Mahindra Scorpio N

The first mass-market car from Citroen in India is the C3. It brings French SUV-like styling to the hatchback space along with a spacious cabin and excellent ride quality.

Citroen C3

Rs 8.06 lakh

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However, its feature list is too bare to compete with similarly sized models like the Maruti Baleno, Swift and Hyundai i20.

Citroen C3

The Indian electric car segment has been dominated by the Tata Nexon EV since its debut in 2020.

Tata Nexon EV

Rs 20.04 lakh

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The Nexon EV Prime uses a 30.2kWh battery pack for a claimed range of 312km while the Nexon EV Max version has a 40.5kWh and a claimed range of 437km.

Tata Nexon EV

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