Hi, Rs.3.6 lakh for a 3+ year old Punto which has already clocked 50,000 kms isn’t very cheap. fiat’s have poor resale value so you should be able to bargain. Rs3 lakh would be a good price if the car is in great condition. From what I have heard even that would be a too costly for a Fiat but depends on the car too.
2.50-2.90 is the fair price for punto petrol in 3.60-70 lacs you will find punto diesel 2009 emotion variant here in mumbai.
As Rishabh has rightly mentioned, there seems to be some space to negotiate, but 3L would be too low unless it needs new tires, battery, insurance etc which will be an expense to you. Note that being a responsible manufacturer, Fiat has given Free of Cost (FoC) updates to cars, which would be 7 in my opinion for a 2009 car. Here is a link for the…[Read more]
You’ll be able to get a Punto in pretty good condition for that price, try do opt for one that has less than 50,000 kms on the odometer. Most people sell their Punto’s because they are worried about after sales but Fiat has worked on that and the low resale value of Fiat cars in India will work for your benefit just this once
If you are getting these two cars in the budget you wish for, fair enough. But I think they are a lot more expensive in the used car market. Since its your first car, I would recommend taking a mechanic along to test it out. Fiat and Ford are a money pit if you end up with an abused one, also take a look at logan.
Try for a Honda Jazz though you might find it difficult to be on sale. Considering your options Fiesta classic I would advice to you.
Thank you all. Can you please advice me, which fuel type I can select??????
your monthly running ??