Indian car market is quite big and offers a long range of vehicles. There are many bestsellers in the market that make for a preferred choice. However, there are cars in each segment that can make you stand out from the crowd.
Entry level hatchback
The Datsun redi-GO is an entry-level hatchback that really looks funky. It has curves and flowing lines all over its tall-boy body that makes it quite different from the other cars in the segment. The redi-GO’s funky looks attract a lot of youngsters and are quite different from the straightforward designed vehicles.
The Ignis was launched in India last year and grabbed a lot of attention because of its Kei design. The Ignis will look like a regular car in the Japanese streets but in India, the tall boy design with the indifferent layout of lines and curves makes it the choice of the trendsetters.
Entry level sedan
The Tigor is a sedan based on the Tiago hatchback but the design of the sedan is quite unique. The notchback style is not really popular in the affordable segment and the Tigor adorns it perfectly. If you really love to arrive in style, the Tigor is the car to choose.
The Ford Figo in its all-new avatar looks truly aggressive. The huge grille at the front and the bulky design of the vehicle truly reciprocate the true American looks. The Figo will surely keep the eyes stuck on you for the duration of time you’re in it.
Mahindra TUV 300
Entry level SUV
Yes, there are good looking cars in the segment but the TUV 300 looks quite intimidating. The thick grille with Jeep styled slats at the front and the boxy ladder on frame body makes the TUV 300 turn many heads on the road. The TUV 300 looks quite different from any other car in the segment.
The Czechoslovakian brand really stands out when it comes to design. The Skoda Rapid is the most affordable offering of the brand in India and yet it looks really premium. The Rapid gets the unique grille and strong body lines that make it look really good and outstanding.
The Renault Lodgy does not look stunning but yes, it offers a different outlook to the MUV segment. The Lodgy is based on the Duster platform and looks bulky for an MUV. The Lodgy also comes in a special “Stepaway” edition that adds an oomph factor to the whole package.
The Elantra was launched last year and it looks remarkable. The cascade grille combined with the sleek headlamps and flowing body lines makes the Elantra a noticeable vehicle in the crowd. It looks quite upmarket and premium than its competitors.
The Captur was launched last year and it looks like a beauty pageant winner. The vehicle is based on the Duster but it looks so different that no one would relate both the vehicles. The Captur has some grand lines on the body paired with beautiful looking headlamp and tail lamp. The Captur really stands out from the crowd.
The Hexa looks quite intimidating on the road thanks to its large grille and big headlamps. The SUV stands tall on the ground and looks quite big. The Hexa looks quite premium in the segment and because there are not many examples of the vehicle on the road, it surprises a lot of onlookers too.