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Best-Selling Cars In India September 2018: The list of top-selling cars in India for the month of September 2018 has been released. Maruti Suzuki models have achieved the very top positions, without much surprise, while Hyundai cars are the only other ones who managed to come in the top 10 positions.
From the brand-wise sales report of September 2018, it was pretty evident that Hyundai India has done significantly well even though they still have to go a long way to catch up with Maruti. However, the market presence of Hyundai has become so good that they are now the only foreign-origin competitor, Maruti should worry about.
You can also check out the best-selling cars of August 2018 — here. With that being said, below is the list of the top-selling cars from September 2018:
|8||Hyundai Grand i10||11,224|
(click on the respective heading of each model to know more details such as the specifications, mileage and price)
The Maruti Swift has been India's favourite hatchback, ever since it was first introduced more than 10 years ago. The third-generation Maruti Swift was launched at Auto Expo 2018 which was held back in February. The new model brings a lot of improvements and additions over the previous models; the automatic transmission choice being one.
The Maruti Alto is perhaps the most popular car on the Indian market. Be it any remote location across India, chances of a Maruti Alto not being there are an extreme rarity. The Alto can be regarded as a successor to the iconic Maruti 800 and is available in both 800cc and 1.0-litre formats. The Maruti Alto K10 (the 1.0-litre model) is also a fun-to-drive hatchback.
The Maruti Dzire is a really successful compact-sedan on the market and has become the top-selling car in the country, quite a few times. While the Swift hatchback on which it is based is rather sporty, the Maruti Dzire has got an elegant styling. The Dzire is available in both petrol and diesel formats, just like the Swift, plus with the option for an automatic transmission.
The Maruti Baleno is the most premium hatchback from the Indian car manufacturer and is sold exclusively through the brand's Nexa outlets. The Maruti Baleno features upmarket interiors and lots of cabin space, keeping the European hatchback market in mind. There is also a sportier version of the car called the Baleno RS, which is powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged Boosterjet engine.
The Maruti Brezza is the first and only compact-SUV from the Indian brand and is also one of the best-selling SUVs on the market. The Brezza comes only in a diesel format, although a petrol variant might be introduced in the near future. Maruti Suzuki has also introduced an AMT version of the Vitara Brezza, recently.
The Maruti Wagon R, with its compact dimensions and unique tall boy design, has been a favourite among Indians since long. The car has gone through a few updates and upgrades over the years; the Stingray variant being one of them. The Wagon R features all the essentials on the inside and is a joy to drive in the city.
The Hyundai Elite i20 is one of the most favourite premium hatchbacks on sale in the country and also the most successful model of Hyundai. The latest version of the Hyundai i20 brings some much-needed additions including a touchscreen infotainment and a host of safety features. The new Hyundai Elite i20 is available in both petrol and diesel formats of which the latter is more popular.
The Hyundai Grand i10 is slotted in between the Elite i20 and the Eon (soon to be replaced with the new Santro), in the South Korean brand's product portfolio. The Grand i10 offers quite a lot for its price and is also one of the best-looking cars in its segment. Available in only a petrol format, the Hyundai Grand i10 is abig seller for the brand, after the i20.
The Hyundai Creta has become more of a status symbol now, among the range of sub-20-lakh five-seater SUVs on the Indian market. The latest version of the Hyundai Creta comes with numerous features and updates compared to the older model, including the exterior aesthetics. The Hyundai Creta has even become the top-selling SUV in India, at one point.
The Maruti Celerio started the AMT trend in the Indian automotive market and is still one of the best affordable automatics on sale. The Celerio comes only in a petrol format and is also available in the funkier CelerioX avatar. Inside, the Maruti Celerio gets all the equipment you would expect at the price point while also returning good fuel efficiency figures.
Maruti Suzuki has once again proved their market presence in our country but Hyundai seems to be the next big thing. It is quite interesting to see that only two brands have managed to come up in the top 10 positions on the list of best-selling cars in India. Reasons for this could be the recent Kerala floods and the rising fuel prices. What do you think?