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Cars under 10 Tata Nexon
The Nexon is a well-proportioned, stylish, and value for money car. It's also well-designed on the inside, and the good news is that it's far more large and useful than the outside suggests. The cabin's overall comfort is outstanding, although its overall refinement is lacking. The 110hp, 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine is the most refined of the bunch, but it's not very quick. It's also a little jerky at low speeds, particularly in Eco mode. The 1.5-litre diesel with 110 horsepower provides a broader range of capabilities. It's smooth and pulls well at low speeds, but it's hardly thrilling. The manual gearboxes on the Nexon are equipped with well-weighted clutches.
 The Nexon was subjected to crash tests by the Global NCAP in 2018 and received a 5-star rating. It is the first car built in India to receive this rating and with that it becomes one of the safest option under 10 lakhs. This could be a perfect first car for a family of 4 to 5 people. Tata Nexon comes in between 7.95-14.05 lakhs
 Cars under 5
Maruti Celerio


The all new Celerio is Maruti’s newest hatchback and it comes in designed as the Alto’s elder sibling. It comes with a fresh design, new interior with lot more features, new platform and even a new engine. Maruti claims that the new Celerio has a class leading fuel economy of 26.68kpl (ARAI-certified), making it the most fuel- efficient petrol car in India.
 The new Celerio is miles ahead of its predecessor, some of the highlights of the Celerio’s top-spec variants include the new 7.0-inch screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, push-button start-stop, electrically adjustable and foldable outside rear view mirrors, keyless entry and go, height-adjustable driver’s seat, voice recognition, auto up-down for driver’s window, steering- mounted controls, 60:40 rear split seats, rear wiper and defogger, among others. The biggest highlight of the new Celerio is its new-gen K10C engine. This 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine produces 67hp and 89Nm of torque. Power and torque figures are down by 1hp and 1Nm from its predecessor. Priced between Rs 4.99 lakh-6.94 lakh, Celerio is the most expensive car in its class.
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