Top 10 cars purchased by Indian stars this year – Photos

Indian Celebrities are known by the cars they drive. Leading movie / cricket stars in India have a fleet of luxury cars and the list goes on to include some of the most luxurious and most highly priced models with some of their most recent purchases as mentioned below:

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11. Stuart Binny and Mayanti Langer

Launched in India a few months back, the new Skoda Kodiaq is the most expensive Skoda car on sale today. It is priced from Rs Rs 35 lakh, ex-showroom. On road with accessories, the car is priced in the range of Rs 42-45 lakh. The variant purchased by Stuart Binny and Mayanti Langer costs about Rs 45 lakh.

Powered by a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder diesel engine, the new Skoda Kodiaq is one of the most awarded cars in the world. The 7 seater SUV’s engine delivers 150 PS and 340 Nm, which is delivered to all four wheels via a 7 speed DSG transmission.

Built on the MQB platform, which is the same platform that also forms basis of the new Audi Q7, 2018 Skoda Kodiaq claims to be a all terrain luxury family SUV. It gets comfortable leather seating for 7 adults. Multiple airbags, ABS, touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, pedestrian protection, and much more.

Produced in India at the Skoda plant in Aurangabad, new Kodiaq is not only the most feature loaded 7 seater in the segment, it is also one of the most spacious car in the segment.

10. Mitali Raj

BMW 320d
Price – INR 44.4 lakhs

Captain of Indian woman’s cricket team, Mitali Raj has recently acquired a new BMW 320d entry level sedan.

BMW 320d was recently launched in India and is produced locally at the company plant in Chennai. It is on sale at all company dealerships across the country.

BMW 320d is powered by a 2.0 liter diesel engine offering 188 bhp peak power and 400 Nm peak torque mated to an 8 speed automatic gearbox. In its premium sedan category, the BMW 320d competes with the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Volvo S60, Jaguar XE and new generation Audi A4.

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