Cruise control vehicles 🚗 in India 🇮🇳
Cruise control is quickly becoming a must-have feature on new cars as more and more mainstream models include it. The promise of a more relaxed drive that reduces the overall effort required to drive long distances has undoubtedly increased demand for cruise control as an option on more affordable vehicles. In this blog, we’ll look at a few inexpensive cars that have cruise control.
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Tata Altroz is a premium hatchback with a bold and futuristic design. The Altroz, which was introduced in 2020, has withstood the test of time in this rapidly changing car market. It is still one of the few affordable safe vehicles with a five-star rating. The car is the definition of a premium hatchback, with all of the important and quality of life features such as ESP, an 8-way adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control, active cornering headlights, automatic headlamps, LED DRLs, and, of course, a cruise control system, to name a few. The car also has great looks and a commanding road presence, as well as a reasonably large cabin space.
The Hyundai Exter is the company’s newest compact SUV offering. This vehicle is the least expensive on the list and competes with the Tata Punch. It offers superior safety, cutting-edge technology, and exceptional performance. With its futuristic new design philosophy, the South Korean automaker aims to provide rugged looks in the segment’s rather bland and curvy designs. The tall seating provides good visibility for the driver and boosts confidence, and the AMT transmission is exceptionally well-designed, with no jerks while driving. The car includes standard features like an 8-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system, as well as segment firsts like a dual camera dashcam and a voice-activated sunroof. The cruise control system is standard on three of the five trims available, which only adds to the car’s value. The interior is similar to the Aura and the Grand i10 NIOS, but it is all black. The steering wheel and dashboard design are also similar to the Aura and Grand i10 NIOS. Overall, the car has a new design and a plethora of features for the price.
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The Hyundai Aura is a compact sedan based on the Grand i10 NIOS that replaced the Hyundai Xcent. The
car has a spacious cabin and a high build quality. The Tata Tigor, Honda Amaze, and other compact sedans compete with the Aura. It is a great car to travel in, with plenty of space for all passengers. It comes with a reasonably powerful engine, excellent ground clearance, and a plethora of features, as one would expect from a Hyundai vehicle. Its cruise control is quite convenient and makes long rides much more enjoyable.
The Renault Kiger is based on the same platform as the Renault Kwid but is larger and more powerful.
The Kiger competes with the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Nissan Magnite, Kia Sonet, and other compact SUVs.
It has a wide stance and feels big on the road. Renault has a lot of features that it keeps standard across
all variants, and the same can be seen here, with some of the notable features being a PM 2.5 air filter, a
digital driver’s display with drive mode skins, 3D surround sound powered by Arkamys, ambient lighting,
and cruise control. The car has a respectable Global NCAP rating of four stars and comes standard with
all of the necessary features.
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The Honda Amaze was originally based on the Brio hatchback, which was aptly named Brio Amaze. When it got a facelift and was renamed Amaze, the Brio part was quickly dropped. It has all of the bells and whistles that you would expect from a Honda car, which is one of the reasons why it is so popular with families. The Amaze competes with the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, the Tata Tigor, and the Hyundai Aura. Because of its size, it is ideal for small families. It has enough space for all occupants and a large boot. A cruise control system assists the driver on long trips.