Cars are no longer just mere means of transportation. In modern times, cars need to be a lot of things, since that is the only way to attract customers that are looking to find maximum value for the money invested by them. They need to come loaded with premium features, powerful engines and a spacious cabin. Along with these, comfort also plays a major role when it comes to the overall convenience and satisfaction of passengers. Thus, today’s article will deal with 5 cars that are suitable for bad roads in India.
Tata as a carmaker has been paying a lot of attention to cabin comfort for some time now. Altroz being a product from Tata, comes with soft suspension, making it one of the best cars for bad roads. Along with this, great handling and ride quality are some other characteristics of this premium hatchback. Tata has recently launched the Altroz Dark Edition. We have written a story on that. You can read it by clicking on the link below.
Maruti Vitara Brezza
Maruti Vitara Brezza being a compact SUV becomes a great option when travelling through bad patches is not an option. High ground clearance and tall seating position help the driver go over bad roads easily. Also, the decently comfortable cabin further helps in enhancing the overall travelling experience.
Hyundai Creta as we know is a true segment-king. The car along with offering multiple features comes available in various engine & transmission combinations. However, this is not the only thing that this C-segment SUV is known for. The cabin comfort also plays role in Creta’s success. The car can easily go over bad patches without having the driver & passengers to worry a lot about.
Toyota Yaris might not have been a very successful product for the Japanese brand, however, the car does get its share of elements that make it a good product. The Yaris offers a comfortable cabin in the mid-size sedan segment. The car can easily absorb bumps, translating to a comfortable experience inside the cabin.
Bad roads need no introduction to the Mahindra Thar. This lifestyle SUV is capable of taking on any kind of road since it is the only one on this list that comes with a 4X4 drivetrain. The chunky tyres complement the 4X4 capabilities of the Thar, making it an overall beast for all kinds of bad patches.
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