These cars can be bought at a savings of 300 rupees per day

We tell you about some cars here whose EMI is up to 9000 rupees. With this calculation, if you are saving 300 daily, you can easily buy it.

  • Tata Nexon

 

Tata Nexon

Compact SUV Nexon recently launched by Tata Motors. Affordable car loan scheme is being run by State Bank of India, the largest bank in the country. Under this, you can take the car at 9.25% interest rate. It seems that Tata Motors has achieved success and is busy making compact SUVs for our market.

Cost: 5.85 lakh rupees
Down payment: 1 lakh rupees
EMI: Rs 7,865
Daily: Rs 262
Loan margin: 84 months

  • Vitara BREZZA

Vitara

The most popular compact SUV of Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) can be bought at BREZZA EMI. Vita Beraja is the second compact SUV in his portfolio.

Cost: 7.26 lakh
Down Payment: Rs 2 lakhs
EMI: Rs 8529
Daily: Rs 284
Loan Month: 84 months

  • Honda WR-V

 

Honda WR V

Honda’s new launch compact SUV WR-V can be purchased on low EMIs. The country’s largest bank State Bank of India is running the cheapest car loan scheme. Under this, you can take the car at 9.25% interest rate. WR-V looks like it is competing with Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Ford Ecosport.

Cost: 7.75 lacs
Down payment: 2 million – online
EMI: 9 324
Daily: Rs 310 –
Loan Month: 84 months

  • Ford EcoSport

 

Ford EcoSport

Ford India’s Compact SUV car EcoSport can also be bought at a lower EMI. EcoSport has the fresh design, inside and out.

Cost: 7.18 lacs
Down Payment: Rs 2 lakhs
EMI: 8400
Daily: 280 rupees

  • Mahindra Bolero Power Plus

 

Mahindra BoleAro Power Plus

Mahindra & Mahindra’s best-selling SUV is Bolero Power Plus SUV, for which the lowest EMI will be given.

Cost: 6.68 lacs
Down Payment: Rs 2 lakhs
EMI: Rs 252
Loan Month: 84 months

This time, demand for special utility vehicles (SUVs), special compact SUVs, is increasing rapidly in the sales of passenger vehicles. Companies are also putting a stake in this segment. For this reason, in this case, you can buy these cars only at the price of 300 rupees per day.

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