Buying a vehicle? Well, after the exterior design, the interior is the second most looked after things in the checklist, mostly though. And, here in the Indian car market all the cars don’t come with the state of the art interior or do not come loaded with goodies. So to make things easy for you here are 10 cars with the best Cabin or Interior.
Maruti Suzuki Ignis
Starting with a small car, but surely is big when it comes to its claims. Staring the vehicle from outside, it does look a size smaller after all it is not a premium hatch, so agreed! Stepping inside is when you realize it a totally different word from the regular Maruti Suzuki vehicles.
Speaking of which, the car comes packed with features considering its money. With that, the Maruti Suzuki Ignis also boasts of Mini Cooper like toggle switches to control the Air Con. Even the built quality is right up there when compared to its rivals.
The premium hatchback having many features that shout elegance, Tata Altroz takes the top spot. Why so? Well, this is because the Altroz offers the most bang for your buck. Breaking it down, Tata Altorz gets 6-Speaker Harmon infotainment system with an informative MID.
The information in the MID includes the playing soundtrack and directions. With that, this hatch also gets blue ambient lighting to lift up the occupant’s mood a little. A flat-bottom steering wheel would be picking up the little details but are surely worth mentioning.
The Japanese carmaker Nissan launched a sub-compact SUV the Magnite but keeping it super affordable. But it’s a surprise to us too, that the interior it offers competes with the cars sitting a segment above. Although the quality of the interior is towards the compromising side but in no terms has poor quality.
Diving into detail, Nissan Magnite gets a fancy all-black interior and is loaded with goodies. The features include a wireless charger an LCD for the MID with a 360-degree camera for convenience. Also, TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) is something not to miss.
The sub-compact SUV segment is flooded with cars, from almost every car brand having their feet into it. The Korean carmaker Kia is one of them with a hype called Sonet. Taking inspiration from it’s elder brother Seltos, Sonet gets a beautiful all-black interior with a whole lot of creature comforts.
The quality of the interior also resembles the Seltos which is excellent. On the inside, Kia Sonet gets RGB mood lighting that can be controlled via the music. Also, it gets an air purifier with a perfume dispenser.
When it comes to the interior the Koreans have taken the market by a storm with almost all the vehicles having the state of the are cabin. This includes the latest launch from Hyundai the next-gen i20.
2020 Hyundai i20 is something that is straight from the international market minus some touches in and out. Keeping this for some other day, the Hyundai i20 here in India gets the exact same basic interior structure with a similar quality if not more.
Mahindra XUV 300
If you may not know till now it was Mahindra that had the major stake in the carmaker Ssangyong market share. But why are we telling you this? Because the XUV 300 is toned down version of Ssangyong Tivoli. Verdict? Both the cars share the same basic build and almost identical interior.
Speaking of which, the interior is of straight from the vehicle sold in the international market. Meaning, it offers a top-notch interior design and quality. Although the interior is a bit dated, it sure has features only the XUV 300 offers in its class.
This is a vehicle among the list that is in the market for a while not but recently got a facelift. This is where the C-Segment sedan got minor changes to the interior and exterior.
Focusing on the interior, Verna gets a better and bigger infotainment system. Also, now Hyundai Verna gets an all-digital instrument cluster. Although the interior is mostly made up of plastic excluding bits here and there it does not look cheap in at all. The only sad point about it is that it’s good for 4 passengers and not 5.
Moving back to the Japanese, the 5th gen Honda City promises a lot and also offers a lot. This is the generation that boasts of both a bigger cabin and better interior. Unlike its rivals, the Honda City gets an informative instrument cluster that is part digital and part analogue. Also, there is an occasional use of soft-touch material on the dashboard. Talking about the features this is something which is not in abundance in this C-segment sedan.
The time when Kia set foot in the Indian automotive sector they ignited back the compact SUV segment with their Seltos. But the recent global crash test result of 3 stars saw customers backing off from the brand Kia. Nonetheless, Kia Seltos is the vehicle that re-defined the segment with its top tier interior.
Both in terms of quality and quantity (features), Kia Seltos has got it covers. Features like a HUD (Heads up display) ambient lighting, air purifier and an 8 speaker infotainment system to name a few.
The biggest vehicle in the segment is from the Indian carmaker is the Tata Harrier. When driving on the road it offers the perfect road presence. With that, Harrier also gets a really beautiful and plush interior with no compromise on features and quality.
Even the materials used to craft the interior are next to the one used in a more expensive vehicle. Also, step inside, and Harrier offers one of the best experience that one can witness in a full-grown SUV.
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