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TOP 5 Cars that can be bought in 2021 without burning a hole in your pocket!!

One thing that is the reason for people fretting around is the CORONAVIRUS RECESSION that is already here and will be taking flight in the coming days. But does that mean you need to postpone your plans for buying a car and surprising your family? Well, The answer is NO. The Indian Automobile Market is ready to launch some new car models in the year 2021, and the best part is that these won’t cost you more than five lakhs. Isn’t it amazing?

     

So, here are the five cars that you can buy in 2021 without even burning a hole in your pocket.

DATSUN REDI-GO FACELIFT-
The model has been in the limelight after its features got leaked on the internet. The car lovers are eagerly waiting for this fantastic model to get launched in India. The restyled version has the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system to enhance your experience. Moreover, from the L-shaped LEDs to the gun-metal grey finished panel, the bold looks of this car makes it eligible to be in the first position of Top 5 low-budget cars.

HYUNDAI MICRO-SUV-
The South Korean automaker gives it the codeword- AX and believes that this upcoming car model will be based on the K1 platform of the Hyundai Santro.

     

MARUTI SUZUKI CELERIO-
Things are all set to change, with the generational update in the series of Maruti Suzuki Celerio after 6 years. This car with the codename YNC will be according to the BS-6 norms and is expected to get launched with the new features like LED DRLs, alloy wheels, and a lot more.

TATA HBX ( TATA HORNBILL / TATA X445)-
Another game-changer by Tata motors, this HBX micro-SUV has some salient features like the Semi-digital instrument cluster, Dash-mounted touchscreen infotainment screen, Harman sound system, Cruise control, and Split Headlamp Design.

HYUNDAI SANTRO FACELIFT-
Well, there aren’t many details revealed about this new model, but this surely gonna turn the tables around for Hyundai in 2021. Given that the 1.1-liter four-cylinder petrol engine (69 PS/99 Nm) of the Hyundai Santro was recently upgraded to BS6 norms, it is safe to assume that it will be retained post-facelift.

     
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