Economical & Fuel-Efficient Cars From the House of Suzuki

There is no denying that there lies a dire need for cost-effective and fuel efficient cars in India. The Japanese automobile giant Suzuki, in association with the Indian brand Maruti, has come up with various options, to cater to these precise requirements of the average consumer. In fact, in terms of price, quality of the ride, fuel-efficiency, and customer service, Suzuki seems to outrun its competitors. Here is a quick look at some of the economical and fuel efficient hatchbacks from Suzuki:

Suzuki Celerio

Revered as ‘India’s most Loved Hatchback car,’ the Suzuki Celerio has set some new ground rules. With the introduction of the automated manual transmission mechanism, available at a very pocket friendly price, the car does away with the convention, that automatic cars are more expensive than their manual counterparts. While the looks are fresh and eye-catching, the spacious interiors provide that extra legroom, which everyone longs for. Packed with a 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder K-Series petrol mill, adept at delivering a max power of 67 bhp and 90 Nm of peak torque, along with a very impressive 27.62 kmpl mileage (diesel), the Celerio stands as a good economic alternative to its rival brands.

Suzuki Wagon R

Featuring spacious interiors, revamped looks, and a fuel efficient ride, the Wagon R is a car that provides value for money in its truest sense. The petrol engine renders a peak power of 67.1 bhp at 6200 rpm and a torque of 90 Nm at 3200 rpm. Also available in a CNG variant, the Wagon R provides superior ride quality on highways as well as city conditions. Equipped with a state of the art braking system, it allows the driver to handle sudden braking situations with ease. It is a great choice for buyers looking for a low-maintenance & cost-efficient ride.

Suzuki Swift DZire

DZire is one of those few sedans in India, which have been garnering good sales figures for a long time now. With a four-speed automatic and a five-speed manual transmission, powered by a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder VVT petrol engine, combined with a motor that produces 84.3 PS at 6000 RPM, the DZire gets a plethora of advanced features on board. The 2015 version promises to deliver a mileage of 26.59 kmpl, a significant upswing compared to the previous 23.4 kmpl.

Owing to the presence of such cars in the market, the Indian middle class has a lot to celebrate. There is no arguing that Suzuki is helping their dreams come to a reality.

For requirement of Suzuki spare parts, one may get in touch with a reputed auto parts dealer, which supplies reliable & genuine products.

Auto Novice

Auto Novices is a blog, that was set up in November 2011, which tries to help inform new & old automobile owners about various subjects from keeping their car in good working order right through to tips on buying a new & used motorbikes. GUEST POSTS: If you would like to produce a guest post for this blog then please contact us via the link in the navigation menu at the top of the page.