Maruti launched an upmarket looking WagonR, called the Stingray in India at Rs 4.09 lakh, ex-Delhi.
Honda launched its first diesel car - Amaze - in India at Rs 5.99 lakh onwards. The Honda Amaze is essentially a Brio with a boot.
German luxury car major Mercedes-Benz today launched the all new A-Class in the compact segment at an introductory price of Rs 21,93,500 for the petrol variant and Rs 22,73,500 for diesel, ex-showroom Mumbai.
Nissan launched the Terrano in India at a price of Rs 9.58 lakh, ex-Chennai. This latest entrant into the C-segment was introduced to take on the likes of the EcoSport, stablemate Duster and Quanto.
Ford launched its EcoSport at Rs 5.59 lakh. The entry-level model for Ford's Urban SUV, the 1.5 TiVCT Ambiente is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine from the Fiesta sedan
Chevrolet launched its Sail sedan in India at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh, ex-Delhi.
Mahindra launched the Vibe, which is its first notchback, at Rs 5.63 lakh. The car looks like a hatch back but in reality it's a notchback with a fixed rear windscreen. Essentially a chopped Verito, the Vibe retains the same wheelbase.
Chevrolet launched its new MPV, the Enjoy, in India. There are eight variants on offer with prices starting from Rs 5.49 lakh ex-Delhi. A choice of 104PS petrol and 77.5PS diesel engines mated to 5-speed manual transmissions are available on the Enjoy.
Tata launched new CNG version of the Nano, monikered the Nano eMax in India. The Tata Nano eMax was launched at a price of Rs 2.52lakh, ex-Mumbai.
Here is a list of the top 10 cars launched in India in 2013.
Hyundai launched its new compact car Grand i10 priced between Rs 4.29 lakh and Rs 6.41 lakh. The Grand i10 is positioned between the Hyundai i20 and i10.