5 Luxury Cars Blazing Indian Roads

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 05 October 2012, 12:04 Hrs
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Bangalore: Car buyers in India are becoming more and more liberal, as they give priority to performance, safety, style, and comfort for the cars they buy than anything else. These Monday-Friday people do not hesitate to go for even luxury ones as they want their weekends to be bright and tension-free and of course a little bit pompous too! Affording such luxuries is no more a dream for them, they have much savings and they have learnt to spend their money prudently. Thus Indian luxury car market is more alive than ever before.

So, do you want to check out some of the luxury cars running on the Indian roads? Here are five of them which will make you feel kingly.

BMW 6 Series Convertible

This royal people-mover was expected to touch the Indian roads in the mid-2011, but conquered the Indian porticos sooner than expected. This luxury series from BMW has a highlight of having more sporty edge with a spontaneous engine response, sportier gear shifts and tighter setting for the steering. It also has a Dynamic Driving Control. It has the twin power turbo engine and its cost range from 79.6 to RS.99.6 lakh. 

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