Rs. 48,00,000 – 61,00,000 (Delhi)
The X3 is another small SUV from the BMW India stable. This car is better equipped than the X1 in terms of its off-roading capability because of the 4-wheel drive mode, but still it is considered more of a city vehicle. The exterior is sharp and aggressive and gives the vehicle a strong presence. The interiors once again lack space, but none the less it is very comfortable for rear seat passengers. The drive quality if good and the engine packs a punch. Overall this SUV is a good buy for the mid size SUV buyer.
Rs. 50,70,000 – 74,80,000 (Delhi)
With the new generation, not only did Mercedes give the Mercedes GLC SUV its new moniker in-line with the new nomenclature, but also introduced the Right Hand Drive (RHD) version. The GLC locks horns with the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 in the segment. Mercedes-Benz is offering both petrol and diesel engine options on the GLC. The GLC 220d is powered by a 2143cc four-cylinder diesel motor that produces 170bhp and 400 Nm of torque. The GLC 300 petrol on the other hand, uses a 1991cc four-cylinder unit tuned for 245bhp and 370Nm of torque.