New cars in India 2020-2021

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Toyota Fortuner

Toyota Fortuner

From 33.06 Lakh On-road price in New Delhi

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7 variant matching your Search criteria
Hyundai Creta

Hyundai Creta

From 11.25 Lakh On-road price in New Delhi

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17 variant matching your Search criteria
Hyundai i20

Hyundai i20

From 7.77 Lakh On-road price in New Delhi

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24 variant matching your Search criteria
Hyundai Santro

Hyundai Santro

From 5.4 Lakh On-road price in New Delhi

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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

From 8.57 Lakh On-road price in New Delhi

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I. Introduction on new cars in India 2020

The Indian auto market has experienced a slump in the past few months due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Nevertheless, some of the automakers have made every endeavour to launch new cars recently; as a result, quite a few new cars have been launched recently. Refer to the table below for a look at some of the recently-launched cars in India recently.

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Brand model

Body Type

Seating Capacity

Prices

MG Gloster

SUV

6

INR 28.98 - 35.38 lakh

Mahindra Thar

SUV

4

INR 9.80 - 13.75 lakh

Toyota Urban Cruiser

SUV

5

INR 8.40 - 11.30 lakh

Kia Sonet

SUV

5

INR 6.71 - 12.99 lakh

Audi Q2

SUV

5

INR 98.98 lakh - ỈN 1.33 crore

Mercedes-Benz EQC

SUV

5

INR 99.30 lakh

2020 mahindra thar front three quarters

The highly-anticipated 2020 Mahindra Thar has finally been launched in the Indian auto market.

II. What to do when buying and using a new car?

Normally, you should follow these following tips when purchasing and using a new car.

1. Consider your purpose

Based on your reason for buying a new car, you can narrow down the options. While some people prefer a commuting vehicle, others need a car for the whole family.

2. Start researching

After that, you need to do the research to see the pros and cons of all the available options to further shorten the list.

3. Determine the car’s total on-road price

The on-road prices of cars are generally listed on most websites. Nevertheless, you should also beware that this is usually not its total on-road price which often includes many other additional expenses such as maintenance costs.

4. Go to a dealership and request a test drive

Offline research is not less important than online research. You should also visit a car dealership and then request a test drive to check the on-road performance of the car.

5. Check for available offers

When promotional activities and festivals take place, there are often many discount schemes available. In the upcoming Diwali, many automakers are going to offer generous discounts on various models. Therefore, it is a marvellous opportunity for the customers to purchase new cars at a much more reasonable price.

6. Check the perfect insurance provider

You need to obtain insurance for your car; otherwise, you will suffer from heavy traffic fines.  Before purchasing an insurance policy, you need to research the benefits and features each provider provides so that you can choose the most beneficial one for yourself.   

7. Do regular maintenance

After the car has been delivered to your garage, ask the sales staff about service dates. Read the manual carefully and then bring the car to the service centre at the right time.

For such a price-conscious and competitive market like India, all the automakers always try their best to offer the highest-quality products with the best prices to the customers. Many authorized dealers of many home-grown and foreign auto companies also offer the best service for buyers.

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You should consider everything carefully before deciding on buying a new car.

III. How to register for a new car?

It is mandatory that your car needs to be registered to run on the roads. In many cases, the dealers will do the registration process for us. Nevertheless, if they do not, here is the process that you should follow to register for your new car.

Nowadays, all the necessary registration forms and all the necessary information can be obtained from a website called Vahan. Firstly, fill up all the necessary forms and bring the car to the Registration Authority Office (RAO) for the car to be physically analysed. The analysis includes valid car insurance, proper identification, pollution and emission level checkup. Once the checkup has been finished, all the fees for the vehicle have to be cleared. Generally, your fees are proportionate to the ex-showroom price. When the fees have been paid, you can get a Temporary Registration (TR) with a validity period of 30 days. Your proper registration card and number can be obtained within 30 days.

IV. How to do the payment for a new car?

Paying in cash is preferred to reduce paperwork and time; therefore, many private dealers insist on paying in cash. You need to get a formal receipt for any cash payments. Credit cards, bank transfers and local cheques may be accepted by authorized car dealers and dealerships. Some of the other widely-accepted payment methods in India include equalized monthly instalments (EMIs) and bank loans. If you buy a car at authorized dealers, they will ask for some documents including residence proof, identity proof and five passport-sized photographs.

V. Conclusion

The Indian auto market is a very competitive and teeming market with various home-grown and foreign carmakers which are always making every endeavour to provide the customers with high-quality products at a reasonable price. In such a difficult time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several auto manufacturers still record positive sales number, which is a good sign that indicates that the auto sector is going to recover soon.

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