Tata Safari (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 8,02,182)
The Tata Safari
flaunts tubeless tyres, a day-night instrumental panel, comfy leather seats, centre console with a sophisticated wood finish, power windows, and leather-wrapped steering and gear knob. Turn off the ignition, but the bright headlamps will still stay lit-up for around 30 seconds. Features like ABS, dual airbags and reverse guide system teamed with crash safety features take care of your family's safety as and when the need arises. Even in a fully packed parking lot, finding your Safari is no big task. The remote unlocking system brightens the car's roof for five seconds to help you trace the car. The Safari's 2.2L, 16-Valve VTT DICOR engine has all the power to offering your entire family a joyful safari. It can deliver 140 bhp at the rate of 4000 rpm and a maximum torque of 320 Nm at the rate of 1700-2700 rpm.
Toyota Innova (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 8,25,464)
Refreshed exteriors and a host of additions that add to the comfort inside make the Toyota Innova
a perfect choice for gratifying family rides. The Innova is present in both petrol and diesel versions. Choose the one you like. The 1998 cc 16-Valve DOHC WTi petrol engine churns out 130 bhp at 5600 rpm and 181 Nm torque at 4000 rpm, while the 2494 cc 16-Valve DOHC diesel motor can stir up 100 bhp at 3600 rpm and 200 Nm torque at 1400-3400 rpm. The Innova's petrol variant comes with a manual selector switch that enables the driver to easily switch from gasoline to CNG and vice versa. The car's CNG cylinder has a 12kg capacity and the running cost comes just around Rs 1.6 per km.
Maruti Suzuki Eeco (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 2,81,885)
If the Maruti Suzuki Versa was unable to lure customers as expected, the Eeco has been working its magic for the car maker by tempting the bigger households. Value for money, fuel efficiency, superior riding comfort and stability is what you can expect from the simply superb Maruti Suzuki Eeco
. It has sliding doors like the ones found in our iconic Omni and comes in six appealing colours; metallic midnight black, metallic blue blaze, bright red, metallic glistening grey, metallic silky silver and superior white. It also sports dual tone interiors and a digital meter cluster along with sliding doors similar to Omni. The Eeco comes with a 1196 cc petrol engine that spews out 73 bhp at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 101 Nm at 3000 rpm.
Mahindra Xylo (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 7,35,000)
The Xylo's spacious cabin allows for seating of seven to eight passengers comfortably and makes journeys on rough terrains too fairly enjoyable. The thoughtfully designed Mahindra Xylo
flaunts comfort features like folding rear seats, power adjustable steering, height adjustable driver's seat and flat bed front seats. Both comfort and safety take the front seat in the gentle monster. Convenience features include cool dual air conditioners, mobile charging points, express power windows, MP3 CD player and more. Except for the D2 variant that has the 95 bhp 2.5L mDI CRDe motor, the Mahindra Xylo comes strapped with a 2500 cc m-Eagle diesel motor that expels 112 bhp at 3800 rpm and 260 Nm at 1800-2200 rpm.
Mahindra Scorpio (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 7,70,900)
A revolutionary vehicle with plenty of space, rugged styling and polished performance makes the Mahindra Scorpio
a wanted car by many families. This popular SUV is available in both BS III and BS IV variants all of which draw 120 horses from a 2.2-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged mHawk diesel motor. Additionally, the engine on the VLX is incorporated with new micro hybrid technology to enhance fuel efficiency. While the front grille with the glint of silver in the middle adds complexity, the bonnet scoop gives the car the much needed ferocity. The car also has electrically powered dual-tone ORVMs, the rear footstep seamlessly integrated with the rear bumper, active fog lamps, multi-focal headlights with a unique sunrays reflector design, tubeless tyres, collapsible steering column and side intrusion beams, fire resistant upholstery and voice assist system.
Mahindra Bolero (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 4,05,000)
A third Mahindra car finds space in our top 7 big family car list. A functional off-road MUV that suggests ruggedness, durability, dependability, and economic maintenance, the Bolero
is a made-for-India car in the true sense and finds no difficulty in running smoothly even on the pothole ridden Indian roads. It comes strapped with a 2498 cc diesel motor which is mated with a 5-speed slush box. High ground clearance, fuel efficiency, anti-submarine seats, air conditioners, power steering, four-speaker music system and more make the Mahindra Bolero a favourite among both urban and rural families.
Chevrolet Tavera (Ex Showroom Price Starts at Rs. 6,33,435)
Don't be deceived by this car's modest looks; you'll be surprised by its stirring performance. A versatile vehicle from Chevy's stable, the Tavera is known for its outstanding performance, excellent comfort and stamina level. It stands to be Chevy's top-of-the-line multi-utility vehicle. The car's resourceful interiors have been brilliantly designed allowing passengers and their cargo unwind with flair. There's ample leg space even for the taller adults in your family. The Chevy Tavera
is available in two Base variants, and seven Neo-2 variants excluding metallic, all of which are powered by a 2.5-litre turbo diesel engine that delivers 79 bhp of power and 186 Nm of torque. The engine is mated with a 5-speed manual transmission.