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Automatic Cars in India

  • Mahindra XUV 3XO
    Newly Launched
    MahindraXUV 3XO
    Petrol, Diesel
    AMT, Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.49 - 15.49 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 15,548
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  • Hyundai Creta
    8.4
    HyundaiCreta
    Petrol, Diesel
    21.80 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 11 - 20.15 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 22,832
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  • Toyota Fortuner
    8.3
    ToyotaFortuner
    Petrol, Diesel
    14.22 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 33.43 - 51.44 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 69,395
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  • Tata Punch EV
    TataPunch EV
    Electric
    421 Km/Full Charge
    Automatic
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 10.99 - 15.49 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 22,813
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  • Mahindra Scorpio-N
    8.4
    MahindraScorpio-N
    Petrol, Diesel
    18.50 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 13.6 - 24.54 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 28,235
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  • Maruti Suzuki Fronx
    8.3
    Maruti SuzukiFronx
    Petrol, CNG
    28.51 KM/L
    AMT, Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.51 - 13.13 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 15,600
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  • Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
    7.3
    Maruti SuzukiErtiga
    Petrol, CNG
    26.20 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 8.69 - 13.03 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 18,039
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  • MG Hector
    7.5
    MGHector
    Petrol, Diesel
    17.40 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 13.99 - 22.32 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 29,037
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  • MG Comet EV
    6.5
    MGComet EV
    Electric
    230 Km/Full Charge
    Automatic
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 6.99 - 9.4 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 14,506
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  • Hyundai Elite i20
    8.2
    HyundaiElite i20
    Petrol
    20.35 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.04 - 11.21 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 14,622
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  • Kia Carens
    8.5
    KiaCarens
    Petrol, Diesel
    17.90 KM/L
    AMT, Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 10.45 - 19.67 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 21,690
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  • Hyundai Venue
    8.3
    HyundaiVenue
    Petrol, Diesel
    17.50 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.94 - 13.48 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 16,484
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  • Honda Elevate
    HondaElevate
    Petrol
    16.92 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 11.91 - 16.43 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 24,723
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  • Tata Harrier
    7.9
    TataHarrier
    Diesel
    16.80 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 16.19 - 26.44 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 33,608
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  • Kia Sonet
    8.4
    KiaSonet
    Petrol, Diesel
    24.10 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.99 - 20 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 16,586
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  • Volkswagen Virtus
    8.3
    VolkswagenVirtus
    Petrol
    19.40 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 11.56 - 19.15 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 23,995
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  • BMW XM
    8.7
    BMWXM
    Hybrid
    61.90 KM/L
    Automatic
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 2.6 Crore
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 5.4 Lakh
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  • Tata Tiago EV
    8.4
    TataTiago EV
    Electric
    315 Km/Full Charge
    Automatic
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.99 - 11.89 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 16,586
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  • Kia Seltos
    8.7
    KiaSeltos
    Petrol, Diesel
    20.70 KM/L
    AMT, Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 10.9 - 20.35 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 22,625
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  • Toyota Rumion
    ToyotaRumion
    Petrol, CNG
    20.51 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 10.44 - 13.73 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 21,672
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  • Mahindra XUV700
    8.3
    MahindraXUV700
    Petrol, Diesel
    16.00 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 13.99 - 26.99 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 29,041
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  • Jeep Compass
    8.2
    JeepCompass
    Diesel
    17.00 KM/L
    Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 20.69 - 32.41 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 42,949
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  • Volvo XC90
    7.6
    VolvoXC90
    Hybrid
    11.04 KM/L
    Automatic
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 1.01 Crore
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 2.09 Lakh
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  • Toyota Urban Cruiser Taisor
    ToyotaUrban Cruiser Taisor
    Petrol, CNG
    AMT, Automatic, Manual
    Ex-Showroom Price
    Rs. 7.74 - 13.04 Lakh
    EMI Starts at
    Rs. 16,057
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About Automatic Cars

Types Of Automatic Cars

  1. Automated Manual Transmission:
    The most prevalent automatic automobiles on Indian roads are AMT autos, also known as a semi-automatic gearbox. AMT automobiles are a basic update of your manual gear cars with a few design adjustments, other from being inexpensive cost. This automatic vehicle is suitable for purchasers who wish to have the best of both worlds: good fuel efficiency and minimal maintenance costs.
  2. Torque converter automatic:
    This is the most common type of automatic gearbox in automobiles. A hydraulic fluid or torque converter coupled to the engine's electronic control unit will allow the torque converter automatic gearbox to take control of the car.
  3. Continuously variable transmission:
    A CVT provides for an "infinite" number of gear ratios, allowing a vehicle to accelerate without having to change gears. CVTs use variable-width pulleys and a belt instead of fixed gears.
  4. Dual-clutch transmission:
    A manual transmission is quite similar to a dual-clutch transmission or direct-shift gearbox. On the other hand, a dual-clutch transmission is controlled by the car's computer and has two clutches instead of one. The odd gears are controlled by one clutch, while the even gears are controlled by the other.
  5. Intelligent Manual Transmission:
    IMT offers a complete clutch-free manual gearbox with no clutch pedal, which is one of the most recent breakthroughs in automatic autos. IMT detects a gear shift and engages your clutch automatically using automated sensors and actuators. IMT is suitable for those who want the convenience of a fully automated vehicle.

Popular Automatic Cars in India

  1. Maruti Suzuki Swift-
    The Maruti Suzuki Swift has a 5-speed AMT gearbox comparable to the Maruti Suzuki Celerio. It is one of the most refined in the industry. The Maruti Suzuki Swift, on the other hand, has a little more powerful engine.
  2. Tata Tiago-
    With a 4-star safety rating from Global-NCAP, the Tata Tiago is one of the safest automatic hatchbacks in the country. It is powered by a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated Revotron petrol engine that develops 84.48 BHP and is paired to either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed AMT transmission.
  3. Skoda Octavia-
    The Skoda Octavia's quick-shifting 7-speed DSG gearbox is one of the best transmissions ever installed in a car sold in the country. Thanks to its gearbox and the 2.0-litre 187.74 horsepower turbocharged petrol engine, the Skoda Octavia is a terrific driver's car.
  4. Honda City-
    The Honda City's CVT transmission is one of the best in the industry. A 1.5-litre petrol engine with 19.35 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque is paired to a CVT gearbox.
  5. Hyundai i20-
    The Hyundai i20 offers two automatic transmission options: a smooth CVT and a quick-shifting 7-speed DCT. The CVT transmission is paired with a 1.2-litre petrol engine that produces 81.80 horsepower, while the 7-speed DCT unit is paired with a more powerful 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that produces 98.69 horsepower.

Things to Know Before Buying an Automatic Car

Due to the comfort, performance, and efficiency offered by automatic cars, car purchasers have begun to shift to them over time. Here are three major reasons why consumers are increasingly purchasing automatic vehicles:

Increased Convenience

It is very convenient to operate a car with automatic transmission. Thanks to its comfort, your daily commutes will be less stressful, and outstation trips will be more delightful.  Car drivers no longer have to deal with bumper-to-bumper traffic thanks to the clutch-pedal-less operation.

Great fuel efficiency

The automatic transmissions available in the car lineup have been modified to provide improved fuel efficiency in a variety of driving terrains and circumstances.

Better performance

When a car customer chooses an automatic transmission, they get the best of both worlds: performance and fuel efficiency. This is because automatic autos from reputable car brands are designed specifically for Indian roads.

Key Highlights of Automatic Cars

Popular Models Mahindra XUV 3XO , Hyundai Creta , Toyota Fortuner , Tata Punch EV and Mahindra Scorpio-N
Latest Launches Mercedes-Maybach GLS , Mercedes-AMG S 63 E Performance and Volkswagen Virtus GT
Most Expensive Ferrari Purosangue SUV (Rs. 10.5 Crore)
Affordable Model Nissan Magnite (Rs. 6 - 10.91 Lakh)
Upcoming Model Nissan Qashqai (May 2024) , Honda HR-V (Jun 2024) , Hyundai Casper (Jun 2024) , Kia Soul (Jun 2024) and MINI Cooper SE 2024 (Jun 2024)
Fuel Type Petrol, Diesel, Electric, Hybrid and Petrol+CNG

FAQs of Automatic Cars

  • The starting price of automatic cars in India is ₹ 6 - 10.91 Lakh which is of Nissan Magnite.
  • Mahindra XUV 3XO, Hyundai Creta, Toyota Fortuner, Tata Punch EV, Mahindra Scorpio-N and others are among the most popular automatic cars in India.
  • Yes, there are fully automatic cars available in India. Some examples include the Hyundai i20, Honda City, and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.
  • The price range of automatic cars in India varies greatly depending on the make and model of the vehicle. Entry-level automatic hatchbacks can start at around INR 6 Lakhs and can go up to INR 50 Lakhs for luxury sedans.
  • It depends on the specific make and model of the car, as well as the driving conditions. Generally, automatic cars can be less fuel-efficient than manual cars because they use more fuel during gear changes. However, some newer models of automatic cars have been designed to be more fuel-efficient than their manual counterparts.
  • Driving an automatic car is generally considered to be easier than driving a manual car because there is no need to shift gears. However, it may take some time to get used to the feel of an automatic transmission.
  • There are currently no specific government incentives for purchasing automatic cars in India. However, electric vehicles are eligible for certain incentives under the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India (FAME) scheme.
  • It is possible to convert an automatic car to a manual car, but it is a complex and costly process that requires the replacement of the transmission and other major components. It is not recommended to do this conversion.
  • In general, automatic cars are more expensive to maintain than manual cars. Automatic transmission fluid, filter, and pan gasket need to be changed at regular intervals, which can add to the maintenance cost. Additionally, repairs to the transmission can be costly.
  • Automatic cars are available in most segments in India, including hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs, and luxury cars. However, they may not be available in all models within a particular segment.