Most Searched Cars In India 2018: List Of Google’s Top Tren…
We always share the list of top selling cars in India, along with their sales figures. It is quite interesting to see that the models on that list do not come under Google’s top trending Indian cars. This further proves the fact that the best selling car need not be the model which the majority likes.
With that being said, here are Google’s Top Trending Cars of 2018 in the reverse order!
(Click on each headline to get the full specifications, price and more details of the model)
Based on the global-spec fourth-generation SsangYong Rexton, the Mahindra Alturas G4 is currently the most premium product from the Indian brand. It comes in both two-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive formats, along with a host of features on the inside. Read our Mahindra Alturas G4 review to know more.
The new BMW X3 is available in both diesel and petrol formats, while featuring a whole lot of improvements over the previous model. The design has also been tweaked comprehensively to go in line with the other products under the BMW India portfolio. Check out our review of the new BMW X3.
Essentially a Grand Tourer version of the current G30 BMW 5 Series, the new BMW 6 Series GT slots in perfectly between the ‘5er’ and the top-of-the-line 7 Series. Aimed to be more luxurious than sporty, the 6 Series GT even gets a reclinable rear seat.
The Wrangler Unlimited is one of the first Jeep products to come to the Indian market. While the Wrangler is available in a range of formats in global markets, the iconic American brand sells it only in the Unlimited variant in India. With five seats and a soft-top rear loading area, the Wrangler Unlimited does a bit of everything.
The 2018 Maruti Ertiga is much bigger than the previous model of the popular Indian seven-seater. With enough features and updates, the new Maruti Ertiga can also be regarded as a cheaper alternative to the likes of the Mahindra Marazzo and Toyota Innova Crysta. You should definitely check out the top things to know about the 2018 Ertiga.
The Ford Freestyle is not just a raised and rugged version of the Figo hatchback, but re-engineered from the ground up. Sales are going quite well; even more than that of its rivals’ (Hyundai i20 Active and Toyota Etios Cross) combined. The Ford Freestyle also debuted the brand’s highly-acclaimed 1.2-litre Dragon petrol engine — more of which you can know in our Ford Freestyle review.
The Hyundai Santro has made a great comeback in the form of the production version of the AH2 concept. It fills the gap between the Hyundai Eon (reportedly slated to be discontinued) and the Grand i10; with enough and more on offer for the price. Bookings are going at a good pace and the hatchback has already become one of the top-selling cars in India.
The Toyota Yaris is available only in a petrol format, with either a five-speed manual transmission or a seven-step CVT unit. An incredibly comfortable sedan to travel in, the Toyota Yaris features a lot of segment-first equipment such as a roof-mounted AC unit. Know everything about the Japanese global sedan in our Toyota Yaris review.
The Mahindra Marazzo is the successor to the brand’s now-discontinued Xylo MPV. Available in both seven-seater and eight-seater configurations, the Mahindra Marazzo offers good value for money. The MPV features a rather interesting design language — here’s everything you need to know about the Mahindra Marazzo.
The Honda Amaze is feature-loaded, well-engineered, spacious and yet under four metres in length. It is a strong rival to the segment-leading Maruti Dzire, and comes in both petrol and diesel formats; both being good performers. At one point, the Honda Amaze also became India’s fastest selling car.
You can see that the Indian majority has a mixed interest in car segments and not just the affordable sphere. However, keep in mind that the list need not necessarily be the cars of high interest, as the search trend often changes with launches and news updates.