So, I will be listing out most of the contenders to this comparison manufacturer wise along with a brief intro of the manufacturer and what my expectations from them in the future would be.
Well yes, I definitely presume there would be a sales drop lower down the segment.Wow @highwaywarrior, you are giving us a really really detailed lowdown of all the competition out there for the Hyundai Creta. Also, I know, this is not a competition but I somehow feel that the upcoming Kia Sonet will also eat up some of the sales of the new Creta, any dough on that?
Yes, the sonet has been a product that will be selling like hotcakes, the butch looks and dimensions make it look like a complete SUV.Yes, I believe so too, had seen the Sonet in person at the Auto Expo, looked pretty interesting. Even though the interiors were not showcased(thanks to the tinted glass windows), it looks pretty promising. Also, Kia has been creating dhamaal in every category they are entering. Let it be the Seltos which is selling like crazy or the new Carnival as well.
Here's a picture of the Kia Sonet from the 2020 Auto Expo.
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Recent findings have brought it to my notice that the BS4 Renault captur petrol 1.5 is being offered at a 4 lac rupee discount. What kind of margins do dealers have on these cars? or are these cars being sold at a loss?4.RENAULT
Current offerings under 25 L are the Renault Duster and Renault Captur.
Duster was was one of the original cars to start this mid-size SUV segment and did well initially.
Renault needs a dire revamp of its model range.
The d-max is available in the indian market with a 1.9 liter turbo diesel automatic.3.ISUZU
Isuzu is current only having a pick-up truck in this category that is the D-max Vcross.
Its one of the most capable offroaders in this category and actually provides all creature comforts that a person would need.
according to me Isuzu needs a smaller offering for city dwellers.