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New car discounts in Bengaluru for the third week of July 2016

16 Jul 2016 / 0
Former Principal Web Correspondent

If you are living in the city of gardens and planning to buy a new car, then we have made your decision making process a bit easier. We got in touch with a few new car dealers in Bengaluru across brands and compiled the current deals being offered. Some dealers are offering cash discounts as well as an exchange bonus along with comprehensive first year insurance for free. However, the deals will vary from one dealer to another.

Maruti

Alto 800

Maruti Suzuki recently launched the Alto 800 facelift. To make the package more enticing Maruti showrooms are offering a cash discount of Rs 20,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 25,000.

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Alto K10

On the Maruti Alto K10, prospective buyers can avail of a Rs 20,000 cash discount and an exchange bonus of Rs 22,000.

Wagon R

Although it’s been long in the tooth, the Maruti Wagon R remains a popular buy. The manual transmission versions get a Rs 25,000 cash discount and Rs 30,000 exchange bonus. If you are interested in the AMT versions, then you can get an even better deal. Cash discount of Rs 30,000 is being offered along with the Rs 30,000 exchange bonus.

Celerio

On the manual transmission versions, a cash discount of Rs 10,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 are being offered. The AMT versions get a better deal on this model as well with a cash discount of Rs 20,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 being offered.

Swift

One of the most popular cars in its segment, the Maruti Swift is being offered with a Rs 5,000 cash discount and an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000. This deal is being offered on both petrol and diesel versions.

Dzire

On the petrol and diesel versions of Maruti’s compact sedan, showrooms are offering a cash discount of Rs 15,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 15,000.

Maruti Suzuki DZire AMT (2)

Ertiga

On the petrol version, a cash discount of Rs 15,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 30,000 are being offered. On the diesel version, a cash discount of Rs 5,000 along with an exchange bonus of Rs 30,000 is being offered.

Nissan

Micra

On the Micra hatchback, Nissan dealers are offering an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 and free first year comprehensive insurance worth around Rs 25,000.

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Sunny

On the Nissan Sunny, showrooms are offering first year comprehensive insurance worth around Rs 31,000 for free along with a Rs 55,000 exchange bonus.

Terrano

On the Nissan Terrano, showrooms are offering first year comprehensive insurance worth around Rs 40,000 for free along with an exchange bonus of Rs 45,000.

Tata

Nano

On the Tata Nano, currently a cash discount of Rs 10,000 along with an exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 and free first year comprehensive insurance worth Rs 10,000 are being offered.

Bolt

On the Bolt hatchback, Tata showrooms are offering a corporate discount of Rs 5,000, exchange bonus of Rs 15,000 and free first year comprehensive insurance worth around Rs 20,000.

Tata Bolt

Zest

On their compact sedan, Tata dealers are offering an exchange bonus of Rs 15,000 and free comprehensive first year insurance worth around Rs 22,000.

Safari Storme

On the Tata Safari Storme, a cash discount of Rs 20,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 35,000.

Renault

Duster

On the top trims, showrooms are offering a cash discount of Rs 25,000 while on the rest, an exchange bonus of the same amount is being offered.

Lodgy

On the Renault Lodgy, prospective buyers can avail of a Rs 20,000 cash discount.

Lodgy Innova comparo (3)

 



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