2017 Diwali car discounts: Up to Rs 1 lakh off on price of cars in India

Buying spirit is on a high with a week left for Diwali and carmakers are already offering up to Rs 1 lakh off on certain cars. Here are the best discount deals available right now on certain models.

By:Updated: Oct 12, 2017 3:03 PM

With a week left for 2017 Diwali, buying sentiment is on the rise across industries and buying a new vehicle around Dhanteras, ahead of Diwali is considered to be auspicious. Vehicle makers too try and capitalise on this positive sentiment of buyers by offering them various offers including cash discounts, buybacks and gift hampers. This year, in particular, vehicle sales have been on the rise in the last few months as sales had gone down due to the uncertainty around GST. What makes Diwali discount on cars more special than other schemes is that carmakers and two-wheeler makers go all out in order to entice customers to buy new vehicles during this period. Hence, they offer a combination of multiple benefits to make the deal sweeter. In this story, we’ve rounded up the best deals that are being offered on various models by certain carmakers. All discounts mentioned herein are at a dealership level so figures may vary from city to city. In certain cases, companies are offering up to Rs 1 lakh off on the ex-showroom prices of cars. Discount figures mentioned herein are suggestive so if you can bargain harder with the dealers, you might be able to land yourself an even better deal. We’ll keep updating this space with more deals from other carmakers and their models so stay tuned.

2017 Diwali Discounts on Maruti Suzuki cars

Maruti Suzuki dealerships are offering discounts on various models including Alto, Alto K10, Celerio, and Swift. The Alto 800 is being offered with benefits of up to Rs 50,000, while the Alto K10 AMT is sold with a discount of Rs 47,000. The Celerio is also being offered with a discount of Rs 44,000 on manual transmission and Rs 54,000 on Celerio AMT. The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, 2017 Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Baleno, and Ciaz are not being offered with any significant discounts as the demand of these models is high among the customers.

2017 Diwali Discounts on Hyundai cars

Hyundai dealerships are giving heavy discounts on cars such as the Eon, 2017 Grand i10, Elite i20/Active and Tucson. The hatchback Eon is being sold with a discount of Rs 50,000, while the Grand i10 can be bought with cash benefits of around Rs 40,000. The company is giving discount benefits of Rs 15,000 on Elite i20/Active i20, while, the Tucson is being offered with an exchange bonus of Rs 50,000.

2017 Diwali Discounts on Honda cars

Honda Cars India dealerships are offering benefits on select vehicles such as the Brio, Jazz, Amaze and BR-V, while the WR-V and 2017 Honda City are not being sold with any offers. The dealerships are offering a cash discount of Rs 10,000 on Brio and Rs 10,000 cash discount on Jazz. The Honda BR-V is sold with the maximum benefit of Rs 1 lakh.

2017 Diwali Discounts on TATA cars

Tata Motors dealerships are offering discounts on the Nano, Bolt, and Zest and all three of these models have also been unsuccessful in delivering any positive results. Dealerships are giving cash discount of Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000 on Nano, Indica and Zest variants. However, the Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and newly launched Nexon are not being sold with without any offers as these models are attracting good demand from the market.

2017 Diwali Discounts on Mahindra cars

Mahindra and Mahindra dealerships are offering discounts on KUV100, TUV300, XUV, and Scorpio. The KUV 100 is being sold with a discount of Rs 60,000, while the TUV 300 is on sale with benefits of Rs 35,000. The dealerships are also offering a discount of Rs 45,000 on the Scorpio and Rs 55,000 on the XUV500.

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