March – the best month to buy cars!
As Indian automotive market continued to slump throughout the last year to reach its lowest this February, hopes crashed all over the country. But like the silver lining that always manages to show, March came with bleak hope. While automotive companies were coping with the new budget, they also managed to give customers a reason to smile, however small.
In order to boost swindling car sales, several automotive manufacturers have come up with offers to revive their sales. May it be lower EMIs or exchange offers, deals are aplenty. According to one such deal, Tata motors offers customers 60% of its price after three years of purchase of the car, if bought now. On the other hand, Nissan has brought down its EMI to lowest levels ever. And for raging models such as Skoda Rapid, an EMI of Rs 8,999 might be all you’d have to pay, according to these special march offers. Toyota Innova is not available at EMI of Rs 14,999 and in an exchange offer, with a special benefit of Rs 20,000.
It not just lower EMI and better prices, cars on their own can now be gotten at lower prices and with additional benefits. For example, Volkswagen urges its customers to come with their old cars and drive away with a new Vento with down payment of just Re 1. Maruti’s great selling models such as Estilo has also suffered the burn of sales drop and is now being offered at a limited time price of Rs. 3.46 lakh. And not just this, even car dealers are trying their best to woo more customers to revive lowest recorded sales of Indian automotive sector. Most dealers are ready to offer bargaining deals on items such as car mats, seat covers and several other accessories.
Amidst new launches, this comes as a balm on seething Indian automotive dreams. Indian automotive sector is buzzing with such deals. In a unique perspective, all is not lost for an average Indian customer. So if you were planning to buy one and had given up on your plans, there might still be hope.