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It is natural for people who drive in congested areas and travel long distances to grow tired of driving manual vehicles. When using the clutch frequently, some people report pain in their left knee. Many people prefer to buy a manual car because automatic cars are more expensive. However, we are familiar with the ten best automatic cars available right now. All of these vehicles cost less than ten lakh rupees.

10 Most Affordable Automatic Cars in India

Maruti Suzuki Alto K10

Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 is the company’s smallest model with an automatic transmission, and it costs between Rs 5.61 lakh and Rs 5.90 lakh ex-showroom. Only the VXI and VXI+ trims get the 5-speed AMT transmission. The vehicle is powered by a 998 cc three-cylinder engine. This engine generates 67 HP and 89 Nm of torque.

Maruti Suzuki S Presso

Priced between Rs 5.77 lakh and Rs 6.06 lakh, the Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available in two variants, VXI (O) and VXI+ (O), with a 5-speed AMT. This automatic gearbox responds well to throttle inputs. This vehicle has excellent cabin and mileage.

Renault Kwid

The AMT gearbox is available in RXT and Climber trims of the Renault Kwid priced between Rs 6.13 lakh and Rs 6.33 lakh ex-showroom. The special feature of this vehicle is the automatic gearbox unit that works well. Response to sudden changes in throttle input is slightly poor. The vehicle is powered by a 1.0-litre engine

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Priced between Rs 6.39 lakh and Rs 7.15 lakh ex-showroom, the Maruti Suzuki Celerio VXI, ZXI, and ZXI+ trims will be available with a 5-speed AMT. The gear shifts of this AMT are mostly timed. The vehicle also offers the option of manual gear shifting via the gear lever. This vehicle also provides excellent mileage.

Maruti Suzuki WagonR

Priced between Rs 6.55 lakh and Rs 7.31 lakh ex-showroom, Maruti Suzuki WagonR is available in two engine options namely 1.0 liter petrol and 1.2 liter petrol. The WagonR offers better performance and mileage with automatic gearbox in VXI, ZXI and ZXI+ trims.

Tata Tiago

The Tata Tiaga and Tiago NRG are available with an automatic gearbox for the petrol engine and are priced between Rs 6.95 lakh and Rs 7.70 lakh. Both come in two trim levels. Tiago Automatic is available in three trim levels: XTA, XZA+, and XZA NRG. The engine has a 5-speed AMT and provides excellent performance. The vehicle also has a comfortable interior.

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

Priced between Rs 7.28 lakh and Rs 8.51 lakh, the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios is available in four variants – Magna, Sports Executive, Sports and Asta with a 5-speed AMT. The AMT still has a ‘head nod’ when shifting from first gear to second gear, but is smooth after that. This vehicle also gives good mileage

Maruti Suzuki Swift

Priced between Rs 7.50 lakh and Rs 8.89 lakh, the Maruti Suzuki Swift comes with a 5-speed AMT gearbox. Available in VXI, ZXI and ZXI+ trims, the performance of this vehicle is impressive. Powerful engine runs smoothly. It is light weight and easy to drive in traffic.

Hyundai Exeter

The 1.2-litre engine of the new Hyundai Exeter is also available with an AMT option. Ex-showroom prices for the automatic variants of this vehicle start at Rs 7.97 lakh. The vehicle has the most advanced features and delivers a mileage of up to 19.2 km.

Maruti Suzuki Baleno

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno hatchback is available in three variants – Delta, Zeta, and Alpha – with a 5-speed AMT and is priced between Rs 8 lakh and Rs 9.88 lakh. The Maruti Suzuki Baleno has a 1.2 liter 4 cylinder petrol engine and a great interior and design.

List of Automatic Cars Under Rs.10 Lakh in India

  1. Maruti Suzuki Alto K10
  2. Renault Kwid
  3. Maruti Suzuki Spresso
  4. Maruti Suzuki Celerio
  5. Maruti Suzuki WagonR
  6. Tata Tiago
  7. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios
  8. Maruti Suzuki Swift
  9. Hyundai Exeter
  10. Maruti Suzuki Baleno
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Mansoor Ali, a Feature Writer, embarked on his journey five years ago with, fueled by his enthusiasm for cars. Starting as an eager journalist, he quickly became a seasoned professional, expanding his expertise to cover both bikes and cars. (Full Bio)