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<ul><li><p>Most Popular Petrol Cars in India A brief list from </p><p>Despite the fact that Indians are conscious about the running costs and the continuous increase in </p><p>petrol prices, petrol cars still have been loved and bought. While diesel cars are fast capturing the </p><p>passenger vehicles market, petrol cars are also selling in good numbers, thanks to their relatively </p><p>lower prices, high performance and longevity of the engine. Some of the most popular Petrol cars in </p><p>India are put forward in this feature. </p><p>Most of the cars from the Maruti stables fit into this category. Maruti Celerio, Swift, Swift Dzire, Alto </p><p>K10, Alto 800, Wagon R, Ertiga all are highly fuel efficient cars. Yet the most popular one of late </p><p>seem to be the Alto. A 3-cylinder, 0.8-litre, F8D-796cc engine which has the capacity to produce 48 </p><p>PS of power and a peak torque of 69 NM rides the Alto 800. The engine is mated to a 5-speed </p><p>manual transmission gear box which delivers an outstanding mileage of 22.74 kmpl. Moreover Alto </p><p>800 is very affordable at just Rs 2.41-3.53 lakhs. The latest Alto K10 comes with an automated </p><p>transmission gear box and it becomes the cheapest automatic car in India at just Rs 3.8 lakhs. It is </p><p>powered by a 998cc, 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 68 bhp of power and delivers nearly </p><p>20.2 kmpl mileage. Also check about Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Facelift . </p></li><li><p> i10, i20, Xcent, Eon and the new Creta are good petrol cars from Hyundai. The most popular one of </p><p>these is the Xcent at present. The 1.2-litre, four-cylinder Kappa engine with variable valve timing </p><p>generates 82 bhp and 114 Nm of power and torque respectively. Prices for the Xcent start at Rs 4.66 </p><p>lakhs for the petrol powered base variant. Some of the segmental new features, good mileage and </p><p>affordable prices have given the Xcent an edge in the highly competitive car market. </p><p>One of the few cars in the market, which has maintained its sales and popularity over the years, is </p><p>the Honda City. The old petrol model runs on a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine that generates maximum </p><p>power output of 119 PS and top torque of 145 Nm. A 6-speed manual transmission and a continuous </p><p>variable transmission are available on the petrol range. The petrol variants of City cost around Rs </p><p>7.53-9.73 lakhs. The latest iterations of its premium hatchback i20, known as Elite i20 is also getting </p><p>very popular these days. </p></li><li><p> Renault Duster is another popular petrol car around. The latest model gets a 1.2-litre TCe petrol </p><p>engine that is able to churn out 124 PS of maximum power and 204 Nm of peak torque, apart from </p><p>the existing 1.6-litre petrol engine. Priced between Rs 8-13 lakhs, it is a good value for money car </p><p>with great performance and advanced features. </p><p>To know more about Mahindra Scorpio Price in India visit: . For more information of </p><p>New Honda Activa on road Price visit: . </p></li></ul>