Sunroof is a feature that remained restricted to the high-end vehicles for a long time, now, many mass segment cars offer sunroof in India
The sunroofs in cars used to be limited to only high-end, expensive cars a few years back. However, the present scenario has changed a lot and manufacturers are offering sunroof in the mass segment cars too. Here are the most affordable cars available in the Indian market that offers sunroof.
1. Honda WR-V
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 9.12 lakhs
Honda WR-V is based on the Honda City platform and is priced very smartly in the segment. The crossover takes on the likes of Hyundai Creta and offers a long list of features. Honda only offers variants of the WR-V in India and both the variants are available with both petrol and diesel engine options.
There top-end versions of the WR-V gets the sunroof as standard. The WR-V petrol top-end is the most affordable car in the Indian market to get a factory-fitted sunroof.
2. Hyundai Verna
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 9.5 lakhs
The Hyundai brand has always been known to fill their vehicles with features. The all-new Verna also comes loaded with features and the top-end versions also get a sunroof. The Verna is the most-affordable car in the segment to get a sunroof. It gets powered by both petrol and diesel engines and customers can choose from manual and automatic transmission options too.
3. Ford EcoSport
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 11.37 lakhs
The Ford EcoSport gained quick popularity after its launch in the Indian market. Soon, many new manufacturers like Maruti and Tata launched their products to take on the EcoSport and it still remains one of the most popular products in the segment.
Ford launched the new, facelifted EcoSport earlier this year and it offers quite a long list of features including an all-new 1.5-litre Dragon engine. Ford also introduced the sunroof with the facelifted version of the sub-4-meter sunroof in the Indian market.
4. Honda City
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. Rs. 11.54 lakhs
The Honda City has remained one of the most popular sedans in the Indian market for a long time now. The Honda City is positioned as a premium product in the market and sells for the brand value it offers.
The current-generation Honda City offers acres of space inside with premium features like leather seats and electrically adjustable sunroof. The Honda City is available with both petrol and diesel engine options but only the petrol engine gets an automatic transmission.
5. Hyundai Creta
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 13.47 lakhs
Hyundai India launched the facelifted version of the Creta in the Indian market earlier this year and along with slightly updated exteriors and interiors, Hyundai has added new features to the car. The Creta now gets wireless phone charger, cruise control and also a sunroof!
6. Hyundai Elantra
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 16.6 lakhs
The premium sedan Elantra made a comeback to the Indian market after skipping for a few years. The premium D-Segment sedan offers some of the best features in the segment, including a leather seat with ventilators, wireless charging, sliding front armrest, autolink connectivity for the infotainment system and much more. It is the most affordable D-segment car with sunroof and is slightly cheaper than the sunroof variant of the Mahindra XUV 500.
7. Mahindra XUV 500
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 16.65 lakhs
The Mahindra XUV 500 has remained the king of the segment for the most of the times since its launch in the market. The XUV 500 is also known for its long list of features that includes, electrically adjustable driver seat, ambient light, projection puddle lamps under the mirrors, leather seats, infotainments system with driving information and much more.
The Mahindra XUV 500 also offers a sunroof with the top end model. The XUV 500 is quite popular in the market, especially with the customers who take the highways often as it gets 4WD too.
8. Tata Hexa
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 11.99 lakhs
The Tata Hexa replaced the Tata Harrier from the Indian car market and has become quite popular. The all-new SUV is a ladder-frame SUV that gets 4WD system and looks extremely intimidating on the roads.
The Tata Hexa is the most affordable Tata vehicle that comes with factory-fitted sunroof. In fact, it is the only vehicle from Tata that offers factory-fitted sunroof. Interestingly, Tata also offers sunroof with the Nexon but it is only available with the dealers and is not factory-fitted.
9. Skoda Octavia
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 21.7 lakhs
Skoda Octavia is an enthusiast’s delight. The moniker made a comeback into Indian market after a brief period. The new Octavia is easily identifiable with its four headlamp set-up and is one of the best equipped cars in the segment.
The Octavia offers sunroof with both petrol and diesel engine options but the diesel sunroof version is available with the automatic transmission option only.
10. Skoda Superb
Sunroof variant starts at Rs. 24.43 lakhs
The Skoda Superb is the most expensive sedan from the Czech car marker in the Indian market and the features it offers in the price are quite elaborative. The Superb gets automatic parking assist, leather seats and even umbrella holder in the doors. The top-end version of the car gets a sunroof with both petrol and diesel engine options.