Top Best Selling Cars in Nepal 2024 - Nepalese sought to make their everyday lives a bit simpler even in the thick of COVID-19 in 2021. Despite the fact that the April recession has caused a long-term economic catastrophe, the car industry has thrived as individuals have taken efforts to alleviate the situation.
Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Creta, Mahindra Scorpio, Tata Nexon, Hyundai Grand i10, Kia Seltos, and Sonnet, which are already on the market in Nepal, have maintained their popularity, while several new models from other automakers have also done well. In this post, we'll look at four of Nepal's most popular and best-selling Cars for the year 2021.
Nissan India's Sub 4M SUV Magnite is the most popular model set to debut in Nepal in 2021. The SUV's muscular appearance is the result of the Japanese automaker's greatest efforts. The slim LED headlights are housed in the trademark Nissan grille, while the L-shaped LED DRLs and fog lamps are housed in the front bumper. Integrated roof rails, a roof spoiler, 16-inch alloy wheels, split tail lights, side cladding, and more are among the SUV's other significant features. A 1.0L naturally aspirated petrol engine and an HRA turbo petrol engine are both offered in the Nissan Magnite.
The 1.0L Naturally Aspirated Petrol Engine produces 71 horsepower and 96 Nm of peak torque. The vehicle's engine is coupled to a five-speed transmission. Similarly, the HRA Turbo Petrol Engine produces 99 horsepower and 160 Nm of peak torque. This one comes with two transmission options: manual and CVT automatic. In Nepal, the Nissan Magnite has a starting price of Rs. 30.99 lakhs.
Due to its excellent design, performance, and pricing, Renault's subcompact SUV Kiger, which was manufactured in India, became an instant popularity in the Nepali market. In Nepal, the business has already sold roughly 450 Kiger units. In July 2021, the SUV made its debut in the United States. In the Kiger, Renault provides two petrol engine options: a 1.0L normally aspirated motor with 72bhp and a 1.0L turbocharged engine with 98.63bhp. You'll have a choice of two gear transmissions: a 5-speed manual and an AMT.
The sub-four-meter SUV Kiger has become a fantastic alternative for many Nepali clients since it costs the same as a B-segment hatchback. In Nepal, the new Renault Kiger is offered for Rs. 28.49 lakhs as a starting price.
Even before its introduction in Nepal, Sipradi Trading's Nexon EV proved to be a successful product. About 500 Nexon EV units were reserved in Nepal when the manufacturer first offered bookings for the vehicle. Due to export issues, not all customers who ordered at the start have yet received Nexon EV delivery. Despite strong consumer demand and supply issues, Nexon EV is a successful model that arrived in Nepal in 2021. According to the corporation, it is attempting to expand supplies as consumer interest in electric vehicles grows by the day.
The Nexon EV is propelled by a 95kW Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor that produces 127bhp and 245Nm of peak torque. There are two driving modes to choose from: Drive Mode and Sports Mode. The electric SUV has a 30.2kWh lithium-ion battery with a range of 312 kilometres. When utilising the Fast Charger, it takes an hour to charge from 0% to 80%, whereas conventional charging takes 8-10 hours. In Nepal, the new Tata Nexon EV has a starting price of Rs. 35.99 lakhs.
It's no surprise that Skoda's latest SUV, the Kushaq, has helped the company's brand worth reach new heights in 2021. Since its early premiere in India, the SUV has been a huge hit. The SUV was also debuted in Nepal a few months ago, and Nepalese buyers have been quite enthusiastic about it. In Nepal, more than 400 Skoda Kushaqs have been imported. Kushaq, which has risen to compete in the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos categories in particular, has been able to take advantage of a supply shortage among rival models. Kushaq has been the first option for many clients because of its sharp and striking style, as well as its built-in European technology and high performance.
In Kushaq, the manufacturer has given a 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine. The SUV's power is unrivalled among its competitors, thanks to the Volkswagen Group's TSI engine. The base model, the 1.0 L (1000cc), produces 115 horsepower and 175Nm of peak torque. A 1.5L petrol engine is also available, however it is not accessible in Nepal. In Nepal, the all-new Skoda Kushaq has a starting price of Rs. 49.90 lakhs.
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