Do you want to purchase a used car but have a tight budget? Are you looking solely at petrol cars to fit your bill? Is your car hunting limited to Hyderabad? If yes, then worry no more, for we have you covered with a curated list for your requirements. You might think your demands are too specific, but even with your specific needs you will struggle to get meaningful advice on leading car websites. Moreover, they will have listings of cars that have not been neatly sorted, and hence are not in a position to give you the best deal. How do you arrive at choosing the perfect car then? Used car websites are usually of little use, even with their multiple filters. The onus of sorting the information remains on you, and who wants to be drowning in data? Fortunately, we relieve you of the headaches of navigating piles of data through the Cartoq TRUE PRICE.
By deploying the Cartoq TRUE PRICE, we help you identify the best deals. The Cartoq Data Science team has built a Machine Learning model that estimates the TRUE PRICE of a used car, after accounting for all sorts of variables – brand, model, age, mileage, and car type. With all factors accounted for, the model predicts the TRUE PRICE, which then becomes the basis of comparison across cars. The best deals are those where listed price is lower than the TRUE PRICE. So, we scan through the car listings across major used car sites, compute their TRUE PRICE, and present the best deals for you.
The shortlist for this article was based on the analysis we ran on July 13, 2019; so, by the time you read this article, there is a good chance that the specific car may no longer be available. However, this list still provides plenty of useful pointers even if certain specific cars have already been sold out.
All the cars on the list belong to the same manufacturer, which means:
• Hyundai lives up to its reputation of being the king in the low-end car segments.
• The first three cars are evenly stacked up, a rarity in five car compilations.
Without further ado, let’s check out our top recommendations.
Recommendation #1: Hyundai Eon D-Lite Plus
Year: 2018 / Mileage: 72,000 / List Price: Rs. 265,000 / Ex Showroom Price: Rs. 368,000
Why buy: This petrol first owner hatchback comes in a milky white colour and is protected with comprehensive insurance. At just a year old and in excellent condition, this is the ideal car for beginners to get used to before moving onto bigger vehicles. At a modest price, the high mileage should not be something to be concerned about.
Recommendation #2: Hyundai Eon Era +
Year: 2016 / Mileage: 72,000 / List Price: Rs. 259,700 / Ex Showroom Price: Rs. 364,000
Why buy: Another petrol first owner white hatchback, also equipped with insurance, this seems like a replica of the list’s topper. Enriched with similar features and attributes on practically all the major parameters, it is solely its greater age that makes this compact car settle for second spot.
Recommendation #3: Hyundai Eon D-Lite +
Year: 2016 / Mileage: 13,423 / List Price: Rs. 284,200 / Ex Showroom Price: Rs. 349,000
Why buy: Residing with its first owner, this blue hatchback is a feasible option for a family car, given its impeccable condition and dependable performance. At a paltry mileage, it provides greater long-term assurance than the top two cars on this list, further enhancing the competitiveness of this compilation.
Recommendation #4: Hyundai Eon Magna Plus
Year: 2015 / Mileage: 33,755 / List Price: Rs. 290,000 / Ex Showroom Price: Rs. 376,000
Why buy: Armed with comprehensive insurance, this petrol hatchback is currently placed with its second owner and is fueled by diesel. While none of its attributes makes for a stand out mention in this collection, this is a solid car that ticks most boxes. If you think its price is feasible, there is no reason not to seal the deal with this one.
Recommendation #5: Hyundai Eon Sportz
Year: 2015 / Mileage: 68,898 / List Price: Rs. 300,000 / Ex Showroom Price: Rs. 404,000
Why buy: Another spick and span vehicle in this category, this petrol hatchback is also a first owner car. What puts it at the bottom of the pack despite its appealing blue colour and reliable efficiency are is its relatively high price and its record on the odometer.
In spite of being a Hyundai exhibition, this list is testament to the manufacturing company’s wide range of products. From the style of the Eon D-Lite to the consistency of the Eon Magna to the efficiency of the Eon Sportz, Hyundai has something in it for all kinds of buyers, ensuring that nobody leaves this list empty handed.