The entry level hatchback segment is getting more and more competitive with each passing day. Car manufacturers are trying to offer the best at the lowest prices. Although these cars are not too big in size, carmakers do give their best in making them comfortable and visually appealing from the inside. Today, let’s talk about 5 entry-level hatchbacks with the best interiors.
The Tata Tiago is one of the most FUN looking hatchbacks in the market. The interior also matches up with the exterior of the car. The cabin get’s a Jaguar inspires wrap around design, along with an all-black interior layout. The fully digital instrument cluster adds to the aesthetic appeal. The cabin offers adequate space, both at the front, and at the rear.
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
The S-Presso gets a rather unique interior! The center console also houses the digital speedometer, and below it sits the infotainment screen. All of this is encapsulated inside a circular ring, making it look like a Mini Cooper’s center console. The steering looks quite premium, and the steering mounted controls are also well integrated.
Hyundai is very well known for nailing the interiors of a car. The Santro is no exception. In the hatchback segment, the Santro gets one of the most premium looking interiors. The beige and black theme works really well. The entire setting just looks like it has everything in place, except for the power window switches of course!
The Kwid is a very popular hatchback in India. One of the reasons it is so widely sold is the sheer cabin space it offers. Considering the segment that it sits in, the cabin space is commendable. The all-digital instrument cluster and the infotainment screen add to the overall appeal of the interior of this car.
Maruti Suzuki WagonR
The WangoR also gets a lot of room inside the cabin. There is ample headroom and legroom for the rear passengers to sit comfortably. Like the Santro, the WagonR also gets a black and beige interior which makes it feel a little more upmarket.