Until recent memory, it was quite a feat to spot a European or Korean car plying on Indian soil. As the likes of Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai settled into India, the next rarity was to spot an engine that would really thrill discerning drivers. As such, in most of the affordable segments, there were barely any car that included an engine producing 100bhp or more. The focus here was strictly on practical elements like fuel economy and boot space, followed by design. Elements like safety and performance, which are key deciding factors in global, mature car markets, always seemed to be on least priority.
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