India’s Cheapest Cars with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) & Dual Airbags

With the decision of the government to make ABS and EBD compulsory across passenger vehicles carmakers in India are installing this important safety feature in their cars. Previously, ABS was available in selected models, although lately, carmakers have been providing these features in most of the models in their line-up. ABS is an acronym for an anti-lock braking system and it is a safety system that allows maintaining tractive contract between wheels and road surfaces when brakes are applied.

This, in turn, prevents the car from locking up and skidding. As a result, people prefer buying cars with ABS, but this feature is usually present in highly-priced top models. Here we are listing India’s cheapest cars that offer dual airbags & ABS: Maruti Ignis to Tata Nexon

Maruti Celerio:

Price- Rs 4.04 lakh to Rs 5.25 lakh

Celerio was first launched at the 12 Auto Expo in 2014 at huge pricing. It was the first car in India to provide AMT technology, as a result, it was a runaway success. Available in three different fuel options- petrol, diesel and CNG. Mechanical setup, powering the hatchback includes a 998cc petrol unit and the 800cc oil burner available with a choice between the conventional five-speed gearbox and an AMT unit.

Mahindra KUV100

Price – Rs 4.58 lakh to Rs 7.29 lakh
As a way to increase its compact range of SUVs, Mahindra launched KUV100 in January this year. KUV100 is built on the monocoque chassis and shares design cues with its larger sibling, XUV500 and is popular for its economic price. The 1.2 litre G80 petrol engine in the line-up makes 82bhp 0f power whereas the 1.2 litre D75 oil burner puts out 77bhp.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis:

Price – Rs 4.59 lakh to Rs 7.08 lakh

The Suzuki Ignis was initially revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. It is among the most up to the date of Suzuki’s thoughts for the smaller SUV and hybrid sections. The Ignis sneak peeks the producer’s forthcoming smaller 4×4 and the Car’s configuration gloats of uniqueness and Suzuki’s DNA. The Car’s topic is Shape the Inspiration and fundamentally, the up and coming to Maruti Ignis is a very individual vehicle that opens entryways to new potential outcomes to have some good times. The outline is straightforward however can extremely well soon turned into a symbol.

This car’s fuel unit produces a most extreme force of 89.75bhp and 120Nm of top torque. Well, this motor with ISG (Idle Stop and Go) framework offers extra 3.08bhp and 50Nm. The 2WD (two-wheel drive) framework comes as standard on all trims while Suzuki’s All Grip 4WD (four-wheel drive) framework is discretionary advertising. In expressions of Suzuki, the Ignis is savvy yet intense, offering dependable execution established in the Suzuki 4×4 convention combined with the most recent fuel-sparing innovation. The moderate outline mixes splendidly into the driver’s way of life, while its particular character conveys genuine motivation to the day by day schedule.

Ford Figo:

Price – Rs 4.94 lakh – Rs 7.43 lakh

Figo was first launched in 2010, in India and was a great success. With competition increasing in the segment, Ford gave Figo an update, pushing the hatchback into a new generation. It has the 1.5 litre oil burner putting put 99bhp, the 1.2 litre petrol engine good for 87bhp and the 1.5 litre Ti-VCT mill churning out 111bhp. Forgo also has a 5 speed manual gearbox along with an optional 6 speed auto box.

Tata Tiago:

Tiago XZ petrol – Rs 4.98 lakh
Tiago XZ diesel – Rs 5.77 lakh
Tiago had a nice start and continues its successful run in the segment. It was introduced last year in India for a price of Rs 3.20 lakh in petrol and diesel and variants. Diesel variants in the line-up derive power from the 1.05-litre oil burner with the fuel economy rated at 27.28kmpl. The 1.2 litre petrol engine making 84bhp at 6,000rpm comes mated to the conventional five-speed transmission claimed to return 23.84kmpl. Tiago has refreshing looks and offers a pleasing cabin equipped with great features.

Maruti Baleno

Price: Rs. 5.26 lakh 


The all-new Baleno hatchback bought back the legendary moniker in the Indian market. Baleno is Maruti’s first ever premium hatchback in the market and the vehicle is quite popular in the market. It is sold through the premium network of the Maruti, the Nexa and gets the safety features like ABS, EBD and dual front airbags as standard across all the variants.

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