Year is about to end and the automakers vying to sell as much as possible in order to reach the sales target, and also to clear the inventory of current’s year production, which will be then left idle soon when the 2015 would commence.
Followed down are the discounts made available on cars in India that are needed to be cleared up from the stockyard as soon as possible.
Ford’s hatchback is about to get a new version in the coming year. Rolling benefit for buyers, it became affirmed the company is offering exchange bonus worth of Rs 20,000, free insurance of Rs 29,000 and loyalty bonus worth of Rs 5,000, which totals up to Rs 54,000.
Chevrolet has launched the Beat facelift in India this year, but it seem there is some lackluster in selling them. The discounts worth of RS 65,000 can be bifurcated as: free insurance up to Rs 20,000 (from Bajaj Allianz), loyalty bonus of Rs 20,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 25,000.
Hyundai offered up to Rs 30,000 discount on Eon. The additional cash benefit from insurance of Rs 12,000 depends upon the trim bought.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class and B-Class
Mercedes-Benz A-and B-Class had diminutively sold numerous examples on the Indian roads, adding more them would be disappointing either. Approving discounts up to Rs 2 lakh is just a cool strategic move.
Hyundai Santa Fe
Facelift of Hyundai Sante Fe was bound to gain impressive results from the marker, and it seems the maker is successfully doing so. Discounts of a mere Rs 2 lakh on its huge price tag convey the selling point of Hyundai behind this model is still going strong.
BMW X1 facelift with the negligible nip and tucks is one of the biggest and longest compact SUV in its category, but despite being the rear-wheel drive that too with a powerful diesel engine still hadn’t managed to go without this huge discount of Rs 6 lakh. Must say, the cut-throat retails competition is streaking hard in this segment.
The mid-size SUV of BMW, X3, can now be availed at the price lesser by Rs 2 lakh due to the discount offered.
The immediate rival to BMW X1, Audi Q3 with coupe-type egress seating arrangement at rear and a powerful all-wheel drive Quattro has kept the magic alive, the reason why only a discount of Rs 2 lakh is provided in comparison to the others.
Once again, the mid-size SUV rival of BMW X3, Audi Q5 too is offered after a nominal deduction of Rs 3 lakh.
BMW 7-Series, flagship sedan of the automaker, had chopped off a million from the price tag. Offered for a hefty discount of Rs 10 lakh, the price tag seems to have become very interesting, but it doesn’t matters very distinctly to the king-types pf customers who are its typical buyers.
Categorized as the mid-size sedan, the 5-Series that appears to be a flagship but it isn’t, too gained a discounted price label lesser by up to Rs 6 lakh.
This entry-level sedan of BMW now became more tempting to buy as the company has cropped the prices by up to Rs 4 lakh.
The biggest Audi sedan in India, A8, begs to differ from the rest in a number of ways. The discount of up to Rs 6 lakh leads the buyers to opt for a number of features that it holds in optional list where rival follows them as standard. It too straps number of engine options to suit the driving fetish of owners at times.
The smallest Audi sedan and also the most affordable until the A3 is launched, A4 still finding many homes and when offered for a discount of up to Rs 5 lakh it becomes attractive than before.
The new E-Class is the most distinct car of its repertoire. Design speaking of the aura itself and toppled by a discount of up to Rs 4 lakh it becomes the only car from the automaker of this body-type to get listed here.