We Indians are fond of features that lift the overall appeal of the cabin. And, among these plethoras of features that carmakers are reluctant to give in their cars, Sunroof is everyone’s favourite.
Where this sunroof sure enhances the overall ownership experience people like to get out through it. Well, it sure doesn’t sound dangerous but one has to be cautious in doing so. Keeping that said, here are 10 cheap cars with this feature.
Note: the prices mentioned are for the base variant and may or may not include the sunroof features. Also, the prices may subject to change without prior notice.
Kia Sonet (₹7.77 Lakhs)
The subcompact SUV Kia Sonet is known for a value for money composition. Sonet offers the perfect balance between the price and the feature it offers. Along with all the bells and whistles, Kia Sonet also offers a decently sized sunroof. With that, it is among the most powerful SUVs from its segment.
Under the hood, Sonet comes with multiple engine options with the most powerful being a 1.0-litre 3 cylinder turbo petrol engine. This motor is capable of generating a peak power output of 120ps.
Hyundai i20 (₹7.84 Lakhs)
Very few premium hatchback boast sunroof. Well, apart from Honda Jazz, it is the new Hyundai i20 that gets this luxury feature. The Korean carmaker Hyundai recently pampered its hatchback with a generation change.
In this generation change, many new features were added. And yes this also includes the addition of a sunroof. With that, the new Hyundai i20 also gets a ton of engine and transmission options to choose from.
Hyundai Venue (₹7.92 Lakhs)
The first Korean subcompact SUV to offer a sunroof is the Hyundai venue. If you are not aware that the Sonet is based on the Venue’s platform. This means Hyundai Venue was the first SUV to be termes as a value for money composition.
Hyundai Venue gets many top of the line features like an air purifier, projector headlights and most importantly a sunroof. Like the Sonet, Venue comes with a plethora of engine options including a powerful 120ps 1.0-litre 3 cylinder GDI engine.
Tata Nexon (₹7.98 Lakhs)
The cheapest Tata vehicle to boast the presence of a sunroof is the Nexon. This sub-compact SUV is not only feature-packed but also is safe. During the Global NCAP crash test, Tata Nexon successfully scored a 5-star crash test rating in adult occupancy.
In addition to that, Tata Nexon comes powered by a decently powered 1.2-litre turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Meaning, this car fairs as a really good long drive. companion.
Honda Jazz (₹8.52 Lakhs)
The premium hatchback from Honda the gets an option of a sunroof is the Honda Jazz. Although this vehicle is on the higher side when it comes to the price to value ratio. Honda had to give some additional features to make this hatchback worth buying.
That said, Honda Jazz in its top-end trim gets a decent feature list that also includes a sunroof. In addition to that, this honda under the hood only gets an option of a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine.
Mahindra XUV300 (₹9.09 Lakhs)
If anyone asks you which is the safest made in India car? Mahindra XUV300 should be the instant answer. The Indian carmaker Mahindra send the XUV300 for a global NCAP crash test rating.
And, this subcompact SUV came on top as it scored a 5-star rating in adult occupancy and 4 stars in child safety. In the end, it is interesting to have a long list of features that includes a sunroof. This makes the Mahindra XUV300 among the least expensive cars with a sunroof.
Ford Ecosport (₹9.63 Lakhs)
Another vehicle that is a part of the subcompact SUV segment is the Ford Ecosport. Over the years Ford did upgrade the Ecosport regularly hence it is still among the top-selling SUV of the country.
By upgrade, we mean that the company gave many overhauls to the Ecosport to keep it up to date. This also includes constant additions to the feature list. And if you haven’t guessed it already Ford Ecosport does come with a sunroof.
Honda WR-V (₹9.70 Lakhs)
The vehicle that seems a little overpriced in this list is the Honda WR-V. Although this subcompact SUV comes with a decent diesel engine, the petrol engine it offers seems a lot underpowered.
Still keeping that aside, WR-V is decently equipt and does come with India’s favourite feature, a sunroof. Also, this sunroof is among the largest when compared to the size of the other sunroofs.
Hyundai Verna (₹10.48 Lakhs)
Moving to the third type of vehicle the sedans. Currently, there are limited sedans that offer the luxury of a sunroof, Hyundai Verna is among them. The Korean carmaker Hyundai updated the sedan last year with mild changes in and out. The previous model also had a sunroof so does the new facelifted Verna.
Along with a long list of features, the new Verna also gets an all-digital instrument cluster and ventilated seats. In typical Hyundai fashion, Hyundai Verna gets a plethora of engine options 2 petrol and a diesel to be exact.
Honda City (₹12.61 Lakhs)
The oldest sedan on this list is Honda City. This vehicle is there in the Indian market for more than a decade. Also, the sedan that wrote the history of sedans in India is Honda City. Well, to keep the legend alive, Honda has regularly updated the City for the market.
This time too it was no different. Honda last year in 2020 introduced the new generation of the City. This time around it was more than just a generation change, as everything in and out saw an upgrade. This includes the feature list as this time too Honda didn’t forget to introduce a sunroof.
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So, these are the not so expensive cars in India that offer Indian’s favourite feature The Sunroof. Let us know in the comment section which is your favourite vehicle and why.