Perhaps you are curious about what kind of car we'll put you in? It all depends on the number in your party. (And ofcourse many people ask specifically for that clunky but dependable and somehow...romantic....Ambassador.) Let them introduce themselves:
Aren't I sweet? I am the Tata Indica. I'm deisel ofcourse, or I wouldn't be allowed on the streets of Delhi. I'm good for up to three clients, unless they're not very good packers, then it could get kind of tight.
I'm India's first "sedan", the Indigo. There's a little bit of trunk space between me and the traffic behind you, which is comforting. I did pass European full frontal and offset frontal crash tests as well as endurance safety tests. I'm perfect for two or three people traveling together.
OK. So I'm not so elegant, but my kind have been handling these Indian roads dependably for many years. Some people insist on traveling only by Ambassador. Three people can travel very comfortably and there's a fair amount of space in the trunk.
If your party is four people (up to six if some of you are children) you'll want me, the Tata Sumo. I'm the Indian version of an SUV and very spacious compared to my cousin at the top. Two couples traveling together would probably end up with me.
I'm the Toyota Qualis. I have a superiority complex, even though I'm not as pretty as the Sumo. But really, who wants to be named for a fat wrestler? I can seat up to six, but unless you are really good packers, your luggage will end up on the roof.
I'm the new kid on the block, the Innova--a state-of-the-art workhorse with the look and feel of a luxury car. I actually posess the safety features that entire nations seem to take for granted in other parts of the world, like airbags and 3 point seatbelts at every seat. I can hold 7 passengers quite comfortably if they like each other alot, but then where would 7 people put their luggage? afcorse on my top.
Note:- If any of our customer need luxury car or buses for groups
they can e-mail us for the prices