Which are the best luxury brands?
A recent poll of top brands has revealed that Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche and Audi are the most popular luxury brands among Indian consumers.
The poll, conducted by the luxury retailer JLL, has revealed the top 10 brands that are most popular in the country.
Top 10 top luxury brands according to the JLL surveyTop 10 most popular brands by market share: Aquarius The Aquarius brand is among the top five luxury brands in India, with a market share of 7.7% among all the brands surveyed.
Aqua has recently launched its own range of luxury products in India with the Aquarius range, with the flagship models such as the Aquaris S3 being available for purchase in the market.
Its brand has also made a move into China, where the brand has expanded its product range to include Aquarius water pipes and the Aquarion bathtub.
Porsche Porsches are the second most popular brand among Indian shoppers, with an estimated market share in the region of 9.2%.
Petsaurus has also launched its Aquaris range, while Audi is the second-most popular luxury brand in India after Jaguar.
Audi A3 A3 is a compact luxury car, powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine.
In the last three years, the brand’s market share has increased from 4.9% to 11.6% in India.
Cadillac CAD is the third-largest luxury car brand in the world, with 1.7 million units sold globally.
This car has a 1,600-horsepower petrol engine and is a winner in the segment with a brand-leading score of 8.1.
Toyota Toyotas are a brand of Toyota Group, with approximately one million vehicles in the United States.
Over the last five years, Toyota has introduced its new cars and trucks with a range of technologies such as hydrogen fuel cell and electric vehicles, with Cadillacs making up almost half of the total vehicles sold in the U.S. and Canada.
Volkswagen Volkingwerke is the largest carmaker in Germany, with around 20,000 vehicles.
As a result of this, Volkswagen’s brand name has grown to become a household name, as well as being a trademark in many countries.
Luxury brands like Lexus and Mercedes-Benzes are also popular in India today.
Nissan Nippon Motors is a Japanese automaker, which is headquartered in Japan and has over 50,000 employees in India alone.
India is home to over 10% of Nissan’s worldwide production capacity.
DaimlerChrysler is the fourth-largest carmaker, with 15,000 dealerships.
It has launched its Mercedes-class vehicles in India in the past two years, with over 10,000 units sold.
Hyundai Hybrid is a brand which has made a significant move into the Indian market, and has a range that can be sold for less than $100,000.
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