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Top 8 Manual Transmission Cars for the Indian Roads

Driving sure is a passionate thing for many, but is also challenging for many more when the road conditions are bad. Indian roads are known to be very coarse and tough. And with different terrain in every different state...cars ought to have manual transmission. Here's the list of best of 8 cars which have manual transmission and are best for such diverse terrain...

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Tata Indica

Tata Indica

The Tata Indica is a supermini car produced by the Indian manufacturer Tata Motors since 1998. It is the first passenger car from Tata Motors and it is also considered India's first indigenously developed passenger car. As of August 2008, more than 910,000 units were produced and the platform had spawned off close to 1.2 million vehicles. The annual sales of Indica has been as high as 144,690 units in 2006–07.

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Toyota Innova

Toyota Innova

The Toyota Innova is a compact MPV manufactured by Toyota. It is produced in Indonesia under supervision by Toyota Astra Motor since 2004. As with Toyota Kijang, which it replaced, the Innova is produced and first marketed in 2004 in Indonesia. The Innova is also sold in India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, Jamaica and Thailand.

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Toyota Etios

Toyota Etios

The Toyota Etios is a line of four-door sedan and hatchback cars produced by Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota for the Indian automotive market since 2010 and for South Africa, Brazil since 2012 and Indonesia since 2013 (1.2 litre petrol hatchback). The Etios nameplate comes from the Greek "Ethos", meaning spirit, character, and ideas. The sedan version was launched in December 2010 and the Liva hatchback was launched in June 2011.
On May 2012, the Etios Series clocked a sale of 100,000 units in India.

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Maruti Alto

Maruti Alto

The Maruti Suzuki Alto is a small car (kei car) designed by Suzuki. Its selling points have long included a low price and good fuel economy. The model, currently in its seventh generation, was first introduced in 1979 and has been built in many countries worldwide. The Alto badge has often been used on different cars in Japan and in export markets.

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Swift Dzire

Swift Dzire

Maruti Suzuki launched the Maruti Dzire in India on 26 March 2008. It is a sedan version of the Swift hatchback. It replaced the long standing Maruti Esteem and shared its engines with the hatchback.

Swift DZire is a result of an indigenous project started in 2005 to design a three-box notchback version of the Swift hatchback. Some changes have been made to the car’s overall styling to seamlessly integrate the boot. The wheelbase remains the same.

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Tata Indigo GLS

Tata Indigo GLS

The Tata Indica is a supermini car produced by the Indian manufacturer Tata Motors since 1998. It is the first passenger car from Tata Motors and it is also considered India's first indigenously developed passenger car. As of August 2008, more than 910,000 units were produced and the platform had spawned off close to 1.2 million vehicles. The annual sales of Indica has been as high as 144,690 units in 2006–07. As of July 2009, monthly sales of Indica were around 8000 units. The models have also been exported to Europe, Africa and other countries since late in 2004.

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Hyundai Accent

Hyundai Accent

The Hyundai Accent in South Korea, is a subcompact car produced by Hyundai. In Australia, the first generation models carried over the Hyundai Excel name used by the Accent's predecessor. The Accent was replaced in 2000 by the Hyundai Verna in South Korea, although most international markets retained the "Accent" name. The Hyundai Verna is marketed in the USA as the Hyundai Accent.

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Renault Duster

Renault Duster

The Dacia Duster is a compact sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian subsidiary Dacia since 2010. It is also marketed as the Renault Duster in certain markets, such as India, Iran, Russia, Mexico, South Africa and in South America. It was officially launched at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and is the third model based on the Logan platform, after the Sandero.

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