The general feedback from the market has been the average customer looks for ‘maximum features, at minimum price’. Increased value for money, which is considered to be the expectation of an ‘average’ Indian car buyer! It is still an “average” measure, with its mathematical deviations 🙂

Good to know more & more customers are going for automatic transmission option, across all categories/segments/brands.
I am sure, eventually Indian car buyer will look for key features (driving comfort, safety) and not fancy ones.

Automatics gain traction as traffic worsens – Livemint

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