What are the 3 ways for classification of cars?

Types of Cars

  • Hatchback. Hatchback is the most common type of car found in the India.
  • Sedan. Sedan is another category that is very common in the Indian market.
  • SUV. Apart from hatchbacks and sedans, sport-utility vehicles (SUV) are among the most common in Indian roads.
  • MUV.
  • Crossover.
  • Coupe.
  • Convertible.

How many classes are there in cars?

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COMPACT 100 – 109
MID-SIZE 110 – 119

What are the five basic vehicle groups?


  • 4.1 Premium compact.
  • 4.2 Compact executive / luxury compact.
  • 4.3 Executive / mid-size luxury.
  • 4.4 Luxury saloon / full-size luxury.

Which car comes under 2 box classification?

Hatchback: A hatchback typically has a 2 box configuration with doors opening outwards. It is usually a 5 seater car with 4 doors. But few of the luxury cars also offer 2 seater hatchbacks as well. Hatchbacks are easy to afford and usually available within 5 lakhs.

What is a vehicle make and model?

Simply put, the make is the brand of the car and the model is the specific product.

What is a Class 5 vehicle?

What is a Class 5 vehicle? Class 5 MOT testing covers private passenger vehicles with 13 or more seats, playbuses and ambulances. A class 5A test covers these vehicles with the inclusions of a seatbelt installation check.

What are the classifications of vehicles?

Most vehicles fall into three major classifications: car, truck, and sport-utility vehicle. One classification of automobile types is the car. Cars come in many sizes, shapes, and colors. Cars can be classified according to their performance – i.e. sports cars.

What are the categories of vehicles?

The main categories of vehicles are: Category M: vehicles carrying passengers. Category N: vehicles carrying goods. Category L: 2- and 3-wheel vehicles and quadricycles. Category T: agricultural and forestry tractors and their trailers.

What is a Class B car?

Class B: Any single vehicle which has a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of 11,794 or more kilograms (26,001 pounds or more), or any such vehicle towing a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight that does not exceed 4,536 kilograms (10,000 pounds).

What is a B segment vehicle?

The B-segment is the second smallest of the European segments for passenger cars, which is described as “small cars”. It is equivalent to the subcompact category in the United States and the supermini category in Great Britain (however the Euro NCAP vehicle class called Supermini also includes the smaller A-segment cars).