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A Quick Look At 10 Cars That Women Love To Drive...

14 December 2015, 05:05 PM

Automobiles are such a personal thing, more so when you speak of cars in India. In recent years, there’s been an explosion of choice. But if you’re wondering about what’s the best option for women drivers out there, then the ones that are nimble, easy on the controls and high on reliability are what come to mind.

Here’s one such list that includes 10 cars that women love to drive:

A nice city hatch, the Maruti Celerio has enough space for four adults and their office/shopping bags. The petrol is zippy while the diesel too remains light on the controls.

The quintessential Indo-Jap hatch, there’s plenty of power from the two engines, with the petrol being the winner on those city runs. Stylish, even after all these years, the Maruti Swift sure does bring a smile to the face.

The Grand i10 is Hyundai’s answer to the compact hatch segment. Better appointed interiors, loaded with features and backed by Hyundai’s stellar service, the Grand i10 ranks high on the ‘top 10 cars that women want’ list.

Anything Maruti can do, Hyundai betters. Hyundai Elite i20, is the better buy than the Swift if you ask us. Better styling, more features. Need we say more?

The Brio is Honda’s answer to the dual-battle between Maruti & Hyundai. Great levels of grip and a fantastic, light weight engine that’s a hoot, the Brio will keep up when zipping across town in a hurry.

The Nissan Micra is a car that takes the crown on the most underrated choice when thinking of the top 10 cars that women would love to drive. A diesel that’s almost petrol like, the engine is a gem and the controls so light, they make driving a delight.

The Tata Nano win awards for its cute styling & is a formidable machine for the city commute. The new 2015 edition packs a few surprises and the AMT should be a hit with the women.

The Renault Kwid is a car that’s larger than life. Butch styling, great customization options and fantastic levels of space for passengers and luggage.

The most popular sedan, the Honda City is the petrol-heads choice when it comes to a proper sedan. Great engine, styling and that Honda badge works wonders.

A style icon that’s recognized the world over, the MINI Cooper makes a statement with its timeless lines, modern treatment and a gizmo-laden interior which’ll put a grin on your face even as jaws drop as you power past the rest of the world on the road.

So that’s it then, a roundup of the best cars for women in India today.

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