India is marching towards a better economy and keeping in pace with it numerous small cars that cost very low are coming in the market. All these are manufactured by top companies that reign the car market all the while. If we analyze the cause- why small cars in India are preferred we are sure to notice that the growth of Indian economy in a fast rate enables the middle class people to spend money on small cars.
The Indian car market is basically dominated by Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. The models of cars are so dear to the Indian people that they very often browse the internet if any new model has emerged in the market. Actually Indian middle class people also have joined the race to own a car. Hence small cars that can be owned in cheap price even at installments draw their attention too.
In the year 2011 it was noticed that among 25 car models of absolutely of new fashion that emerged in the Indian car market, the most wanted of them were 10 small cars that can ply in the village sectors where there is no highway. According to a financial survey it has also been revealed that the demand for medium priced cars that range between 2 to 6 lacs get the top priority. Hence it is evident from the scurvy report most of the Indians want to have a car of their own though they live far away from the flourishing cities.
The basic reason behind the rise in demands of small cars in India hints at the boosting of Indian economy. Today those who live in Indian towns are trying to march forward for a better standard of living. In the earlier days he who owned a car was regarded as a rich man. Now with the emergence of new small cars at cheap prices and the facility of installment paying make the middle class people interested in having a car of their own.
The urge for small cars in India got a momentum as Tata launched Nano; the cheapest car so far appeared in the car market in the world. To those who never have dreamed of having a car of their own now can dream big as their dream may turn true at any time. Again small cars are preferred in India due to inflation in India. As the price of petrol is on the rise more customers incline towards diesel driven cars that are relatively cheap in price.