Check out the list of 12 best second-hand cars with maximum features.
Generally, when buying any used car Indian consumers tend to look for mileage, odometer reading, maintenance, engine refinement etc. However, in the recent times, a great focus is seen on the feature list aspect too. Car buyers have now become more conscious with respect to features in a vehicle and prefer to opt for a feature filled unit. Here, we bring you a list of used cars that have more to offer rather than just a ‘set of four wheels’. So if you come across any of the listed second-hand cars you can definitely give it a thought. Read on to explore.
The first generation Figo was one of the best selling hatchbacks in the segment from Ford Motors. It went to become an instant hit in the India market due to its economical pricing, amazing fuel economy and hi-tech feature list. After its initial launch, the first major facelift imbibed features like in car Wi-Fi, voice recognition via SYNC with voice control and app-link, Bluetooth connectivity, 2-DIN audio, Aux-in and USB, 4 speakers, roof antenna etc. Moreover, other convenient features include luggage lamp, steering mounted controls, service reminder, 12V power outlet, variable intermittent wipers, rear defogger, all-four power windows with one-touch driver-side and more. Despite all good, the only concern with earlier gen Figo was its relatively low ground clearance, however once you buy it you have the option to get it fitted with slightly large size tyres. Be it the earlier gen or the current gen, Figo is just irresistible, it has got everything you will ask for.
Engine: 1.4L Duratorq diesel and 1.2L Duratec petrol | Power / Torque: 69 PS, 160 Nm (diesel) and 71 PS, 102 Nm (petrol) Recommended: Best Resale Value Cars – Cars With High Resale Value
When launched, Hyundai i10 emerged as a revolution in the segment as it possessed compact yet appealing looks, amazing drivability and performance alongside contemporary cabin studded with admirable features. Discontinued in 2017, the Hyundai i10 was equipped with features such as sunroof, driver-seat with height and tilt adjust, Bluetooth connectivity for calls, steering mounted audio and Bluetooth controls, chrome finished inside door handles, instrument cluster with blue backlight, tachometer, digital fuel gauge and odometer with gear shift indicator, electrically heated and adjustable outside mirrors, all-four power windows with driver side auto down function, keyless entry with a foldable key, rear defogger and washer etc. Additionally, i10 also featured the choice of factory-fitted LPG kit. Besides features, low running costs and peppy performance will never let you down.
Engine: 1.1L iRDE2 petrol (+LPG kit optional) | Power / Torque: 69.1 PS, 99 Nm
Another car from the South Korean car maker that emphasised on the in-cabin features, besides other vital aspects like engine performance, mileage and fluidic designing. The spacious hatch received some unheard features of that time in the segment which included adjustable lumbar support, centre armrest, electric mirrors, climate control, rear air vents, sunroof, rear split seats, steering mounted controls etc. Some more advanced elements came as 4-speed auto gearbox, anti-lock brake system, parking sensors, dead pedal, remote locking, 4-speaker entertainment system with Bluetooth connectivity etc. Hyundai i20 is for gadget-oriented freaks looking for a spacious city hatch with excellent urbane splendour.
Engine: 1.2L Kappa PL (petrol), 1.4L Gamma AT (petrol) and 1.4L CRDi (diesel) | Power / Torque: 84 PS, 113.7 Nm and 100 PS, 136.3 Nm and 90 PS, 219.6 Nm.
The entry-level hatch created hustle in the market with its radical design ideology and revolutionary feature list. Maruti Alto rival, Hyundai Eon witnessed some amazing attributes in the form of stunning interiors with brilliant fit and finish levels (in this segment), beautifully sculpted dashboard, height adjustable steering wheels, foldable rear seats, huge boot space, powerful AC, rear defogger, LPG alternative and many more. The car is considered as one of the best available small cars in the country for individuals or a family of four. Initially launched with sole 814cc engine, Eon is now also made available with a choice of 1.0L Kappa engine. An ideal feature-filled car that takes care of everything right from features to mileage to maintenance, altogether an intelligent buy.
Engine: 0.8L MPi (petrol), 1.0L Kappa (petrol) | Power / Torque: 56 PS and 74.5 Nm, 69 PS and 94.1 Nm.
Maruti Suzuki Swift
Whether new or used, Maruti Swift is one such car that is consistently in demand since inception. The best selling hatchback in the country has got everything just right from a buyer’s perspective. It gets latest tech engine alternatives in the form of petrol and diesel, class-leading fuel efficiency, upmarket looks inside-out and host of features indoor. The feature list consists of adjustable head-rests, folding rear seat, front seat pockets, ORVMs with turn indicators, cup holders at the front, all power windows, music system with 6 speakers and Bluetooth connectivity, auto climate control, parking sensor, ABS and airbags. Maruti Swift is one of those rarest cars in the entry-level hatchback segment that you can call a ‘perfect’ one.
Engine: 1.2L K-series (petrol), 1.3L Multi-jet (diesel) | Power / Torque: 86.2 PS, 114 Nm and 75.1 PS, 190 Nm
Maruti Wagon R
After the entry level Maruti Alto, the step-up for the middle-class buyers come in the form of all-inclusive Wagon R. The super successful car with the ‘tall boy design’ USP has been serving the segment for nearly two decades now and is offered in petrol and CNG choices. The spacious car is loaded with long feature inventory that consists of electric folding rear view mirror, AC, adjustable steering, rear washer & wiper, power steering, front-rear power windows, remote trunk/fuel lid opener, low fuel warning, rear reading lamp, rear seat headrest, cup holders etc. Whilst, safety aspects comprise of ABS, Central locking, power door locks, driver airbags, anti-theft device and others. As budget constraint customer, Wagon R can be a very sane decision in every aspect.
Engine: 1.0L, K10B petrol | Power / Torque: 68 PS, 90 Nm
The elegant looking masculine sedan, SX4 came with revolutionary dynamics and aesthetical dimensions. The feature-filled sedan from Maruti imbibed features such as high ground clearance, electric ORVMs with turn indicators, wooden finish armrests on door trims, illuminated steering mount controls, touch screen stereo with navigation and Bluetooth, auto climate control, large boot space, excellent headroom, legroom, ABS with EBD, dual airbags and others. Before running out of production SX4 was also offered with CNG choice, alongside regular petrol and diesel options. So if you have made up your mind to opt for a sedan and searching for something unconventional and out of the league, go for the SX4, that offers SUV-like space and ground clearance.
Engine: 1.6L VVT (petrol), 1.3L DDIS (diesel) | Power / Torque: 106.2 PS, 145 Nm and 91.3 PS, 200 Nm
The premium segment sedan is known for its reliability, long engine life and light-on-pocket maintenance. The sedan that possesses well-appointed interiors comes with extensive feature list in the form of 5-inch screen/infotainment system, CD player with aux-in, USB and Bluetooth telephony, 8-speakers, reversing camera, four 12V power sockets, keyless entry and go, a sunroof, cruise control, steering-mounted controls, electric folding mirrors, rear AC vent etc. Whilst, safety aspects like ABS, EBD and standard single/dual airbags as standard and others take care of the safety of the occupants. In addition to the manual gearbox, City is also available with automatic transmission. For nearly 15 years City was offered with petrol-only choice, after which, a couple of years back diesel variant was introduced. And with petrol cars in trend these days, City with its ultra-refined petrol motor seems to be a wise decision. Moreover, Honda City speaks for one’s class. Hence if you are in search of something premium with less expensive running costs, Honda City should be on your list.
Engine: 1.5L iVTEC (petrol) and 1.5L iDTEC (diesel) | Power / Torque: 119 PS, 145 Nm and 100 PS and 200 Nm
Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire
Apart from best mileage figures, value for money price tag and low maintenance, the bestselling sedan from Maruti stable has always witnessed a feature-rich cabin for the occupants. The in-cabin elements that make Maruti Dzire special come in the form of push button engine start/stop, front and rear charging socket, electric powered foldable rearview mirrors, audio and bluetooth control on the steering wheel, reverse parking sensors and many others. The sedan, whether new or old, is favourite among fleet operators as well as private car buyers. And the reason for its popularity is quite simple: no-niggle engine, optimum resale value etc.
Engine: 1.2L VVT (petrol) and 1.3L DDIS (diesel) | Power / Torque: 84.4 PS and 115 Nm, 75.1 PS and 190 Nm
Maruti Suzuki Estilo
The city hatchback with decent space and tall design served the segment from the year 2007 to 2013. Being a Maruti product, it did flaunt satisfactory mileage and nominal price tag. However, besides this, its other highlights came in the form of fantastic features of that time, which include AC with heater, front power windows, electronic power steering, remote keyless entry, body coloured bumpers and door handles, high mount stop lamp, electric power and tilt steering, folding rear seats, central locking etc. So if you’re looking for a stylish yet low budget entry-level car, Estilo can be considered.
Engine: 998cc, K10B, petrol | Power / Torque: 68 PS, 90 Nm
An ideal small car from the US-based car maker’s stable had everything to attract the first car buyers, and it even did well in its active years. In addition to the roomy cabin, it also offered better handling and powerful performance with its 1.0L petrol motor and LPG choice. Though currently out of production, Chevrolet Spark is still known for its feature equipped cabin that comprise of AC with heater, 12V power outlets, fine upholstery, front cup holders, keyless entry, central locking, child safety lock, power door lock, headlight beam adjuster, fog lamps, seat belt warning, low fuel indicator, door open warning and others. If style, features and a little bit of performance is on your mind minus excellent mileage, this cute car cannot be ignored.
Engine: 995cc, SMARTECH MPFi petrol | Power / Torque: 63.9 PS, 90 Nm
The unrivalled king of the MPV segment, Toyota Innova has always been (irrespective of generations) a feature rich place to be in. Despite being an MPV its feature list is no less than any premium/luxury sedan in the country. The attractive elements include adjustable headlamps, automatic climate control, all automatic power windows, TFT type MID, tilt-able steering wheel, 8” advance touch-screen infotainment system featuring air gesture, web browser, rear ceiling AC vents, voice command, bluetooth and smartphone connectivity. Safety aspects comprise of parking sensors, ABS/EBD as standard across all variants, smart-key entry, Isofix with tether anchor for child-seat, hill assist control (HAC) and vehicle stability control (VSC). Innova is a rare vehicle across the segment to seize 90 percent of its original value even after 3 years due to its solid reliability and awesome practicality. Be it new or old, buying an Innova will always prove to be an advantageous decision, as fleet owner or as a private buyer with a large family.
Engine: 2.0L DOHC VVT-i (petrol) and 2.5L DOHC CRDi (diesel) | Power / Torque: 131.8 PS, 181 Nm and 102.4 PS and 200 Nm