Overpriced Cars: You must have often heard from people’s mouths that Toyota Fortuner is overpriced XUV. That is, the price of Toyota Fortuner is higher than the features it gets.
Overpriced Cars In India: You may have often heard from people’s mouths that Toyota Fortuner is overpriced XUV. That is, the price of Toyota Fortuner is higher than the features it gets. In other words, it is more expensive than necessary. To a large extent this is true but Toyota Fortuner is not the only vehicle that is overpriced. Many more cars sold in India are also overpriced. Let us tell you about them.
Hyundai i20 N-Line ( 12.11 lakhs )
Hyundai i20’s top-of-the-line-i20 N-Line costs Rs 12.11 lakh x-showroom. In some states its on-road price is around Rs 15 lakh. In a market like India, the price for hatchbacks does not seem very practical. On such a budget you can comfortably take an SUV like XUV300, Tata Nexon. Even the base variant of the XUV700 can be taken at this price.
Toyota Fortuner ( 50.34 lakhs )
Jeep Meridian ( 36.95 lakhs Rs )
The price of the 7-seater Jeep meridian also seems to be much higher. Meridian’s Top-Spec Limited ( O) 4× 4 AT variants cost Rs 36.95 lakh X-showroom, which is about Rs 46 lakh on road. Some people also tell Meridian that this bus is a ‘compass’ with two additional seats, which is not used exclusively. It comes with the lowest ( MG Gloster in its segment and an engine with ) power from Toyota Fortuner.
Skoda Octavia ( 30.45 lakhs )
Top-spec variants of Skoda Octavia can also be called overpriced. Octavia is one of the most luxury cars in its segment and also the most powerful but in some states its on-road price goes up to around Rs 38 lakh. At the same time, if it comes to the Honda City Hybrid below one segment, it gets many elegance features including ADAS, which is not available in Octavia.