Wouldn’t it be great to be able to gaze the clouds while you are on a long ride? Or be able to see the stars at a night sitting inside your car away from the city noises. But that’s only possible if your car has got a sunroof. Before we begin, let me tell you that aftermarket sunroof fittings can cause a lot of problems such as structural integrity loss and water seepage. So, if you really want a sunroof, try to buy a car that has been company-fitted with a sunroof. Here is a list of 10 such cars that come with a sunroof, that too, company fitted.
Note that all the prices mentioned below are Ex-Showroom, Delhi prices.
The City is one of the most loved sedans in India. And when a car is loved so much, the carmaker tries to make sure customers get every ounce of happiness in that car. This is way in the plethora of features, Honda offers with the City, sunroof is also present. But not all the variants of City get the One-Touch electric sunroof. Those variants are VX and ZX. The VX variant starts from ₹11,82,000 and the ZX variant starts from ₹13,01,000.
A storm brewed last year and took on the rivals with the wraith of sales across the country. Yes, I am talking about the Kia Seltos. With a badass design, Seltos is equipped with a lot of features and powerful engines too. The HTX and GTX variants of the Seltos get the electric sunroof. The prices you ask, HTX will cost ₹13,34,000 while the GTX will cost ₹15,54,000.
The first Indian car to score a perfect 5 on the Global NCAP crash test, Tata Nexon comes loaded with features too. One such is the electric sunroof, although it is only available in 2 out of 6 variants and those variants are XZ+(S) and XZ+(O). The price you have to pay is ₹10,10,000 for XZ+(S) and ₹10,40,000 for XZ+(O).
With the 2020 edition of the Hyundai Creta came in a lot of features such as paddle shifters, emergency stop signal, and much more. It has got a Voice-enabled Smart Panoramic Sunroof. But not all variants offer this feature. Only SX and SX(O) variants are offered with the smart Sunroof. The SX variant with petrol engine costs ₹13,46,000 while the diesel one costs ₹14,51,000. The one with turbo-petrol engine costs ₹16,16,000. The SX(O) variant with a petrol engine comes at a cost of ₹16,15,000 and the diesel one costs ₹15,79,000. For the turbocharged one, you will have to spend ₹17,20,000.
2020 Verna is the most recent edition to Hyundai’s lineup in the new era of cars. The spirited new Verna boasts a huge list of features which also include more than 8 first-in-class features. Except for the base variant, all the other variants of the 2020 Hyundai Verna offer an electric sunroof. The SX variant starts from ₹10,70,389. For the SX(O), the price starts from ₹12,59,900. SX(O) variant is also offered with a turbo engine which will cost ₹13,99,000.
With a 5-star rating in adult occupancy and a 4-star rating for the child occupancy, Mahindra XUV300 is the safest car in India. None of the other cars has been able to score a 4-star rating in the latter. And this safety has not compromised at the comfort and features. It comes with first-in-segment features like front parking sensors, heated ORVMs, all 4 disc brakes, 7 airbags and dual-zone fully automatic temperature control. But the Electric sunroof with Anti-Pinch only comes in the W8 (Optional Package) variant for which you will have to spend ₹11,84,000 for the petrol variant and ₹12,14,000 for the diesel one. It is one of the most affordable ones on the list with a plethora of features, the rivals can only dream of.
It is one of the meanest looking SUVs in the market at present. Tata Harrier has got that elegance, that stature one can demand from an SUV. Talking about the power, it has a beasty 2.0-litre Kyrotech engine that offers thrill at every rev. The top variants namely XZ+ and XZA+ get the electric sunroof in the Tata Harrier. The starting price for XZ+ is ₹18,75,000 while or the XZA+, the price starts from ₹19,95,500.
One of the most premium offerings from Honda, the poster car of India makes it to this list too. The 46 years of legacy that this sedan carries, oozes out luxury from every part of the car. One such is the electric sunroof which is offered in the ZX variant of the Honda Civic. It will cost you ₹21,24,900 for buying this variant.
The Indian automotive brand is known for its SUVs, XUV500 being one of them. The SUV offers electric sunroof with Anti-pinch in W9 and W11(O) variants only. The W9 variant costs ₹16,19,999 and the W11 Optional variant costs ₹17,69,999.
The all-new Superb with a 2.0-litre TSI engine was launched recently. It has only two variants at the offer. Both of them are offered with a Panoramic electric sunroof with the bounce-back system. The Sport Line AT variant will cost ₹29,99,000 while the L&K AT will cost ₹32,99,000.
So, that was all from our side. Did we miss any? Is this feature worth paying or is it a useless feature to have in a car? Let us know in the comments section below.