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4 cars that brought the revolution in Indian market, number 1 is a legendary car

In Indian market many cars came and gone, but some cars failed and some became popular. So today we will tell about the Indian revolutionary car, that changed the meaning of travel. Let's begin...

4. Mahindra Scorpio

4 cars that brought the revolution in Indian market, number 1 is a legendary car
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Mahindra Scorpio is the best car for off-roading as well as for on-roading. This car capture the attention of politicians and actors. This is the most successful car of Mahindra. It offers powerful engine, comfortable seats and spacious interiors. This car has beautiful exteriors and interiors. In this list this car is still remains in production.

3. Hyundai Santro

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The small cars are hugely successful in Indian markets. Santro was launched in 1997 by Hyundai motors of Korea. But the car was discontinued on 2014. It's second generation model was named Santro Xing, which was hugely popular in Indian markets. But again this car will hit the Indian markets with it's all new avatar.

2. Tata Indica

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This car is the biggest success of Tata motors, it was launched in 1998 by Tata motors as the first indigenous passenger car. Then it's second generation version was launched and named Tata Vista. India's first subcompact sedan Tata Indigo eCS was based on Indica. And now Tata can discontinue this great car.

1. Hindustan Ambassador

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This car is the country’s pride. For many Indian peoples this car was their first car. Hindustan motors came in India in 1958. This car achieved many goals, at that time it was the first choice of every Indians. It attracted the businessmen, politicians and also Indians.

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