With cars that are priced under Rs 10 lakh, 0-100 kmph figures aren't exactly the first thing customers ask about. However, no one says no to an active engine and more power. Hence, we have brought together a list of six cars that are fast accelerating and under Rs 10 lakh.
Fiat Punto Abarth: The standard Punto tuned Italian manufacturer known for madcap tunings Abarth. The Punto Abarth is powered by 1368cc 16 valve T-Jet petrol engine that churns out 145 hp and 5500 rpm and 212 Nm of torque in the range of 2000-4000 rpm. It comes with a five-speed manual gearbox. Punto Abarth can do 0-100 kmph in approximately 8.8 seconds and is priced at Rs 9.91 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Ford Figo: The Figo 1.5 TDCi is powered by a 1498 cc engine that makes 99 bhp and 215 Nm of torque. Although it has a dual clutch gearbox, the throttle response feels a bit sluggish and is tuned more for fuel efficiency. The Figo TDCi is priced at Rs 7,25,600 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Volkswagen Polo GT TDI: The Polo GT TDI comes with 1.5L 4-cyclinder engine that develops 108.4 hp and 250 Nm of torque at 1500-2500 rpm, and is paired to a five-speed manual transmission. It is priced at Rs 9.32 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
EcoSport Titanium+ 1.0L EcoBoost Black Edition: Priced at Rs 9.63 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the EcoSport EcoBoost Black Edition is powered by a 999 cc that develops 124 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 170 Nm @ 1400 rpm. It is paired to five-speed manual transmission.
Baleno RS 1.0: The Baleno RS comes with a 998 cc unit that makes 101 bhp @ 5500 rpm and 150 Nm @ 1700 rpm, and is paired to a five-speed manual gearbox. It is priced at Rs 8.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Also read: Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS review, is Maruti Suzuki’s debut in the performance segment good enough?
Ameo Highline Diesel: Powered by a 1.5L diesel engine that produces 109 bhp @ 4000 rpm and 250 Nm @ 1500 rpm, Ameo Highline comes with a seven speed DSG. It is priced at Rs 9.62 Lakh.
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