Now, Indian car buyers’ love affair with sunroofs is not unknown. People in India do love their cars with a sunroof. It gives a feeling of luxury and comfort. The sunroof can play a deciding role in finalizing a particular car. That is the reason, so many of the newer cars are coming up with sunroofs. Just in case you don’t know which cars come with a sunroof without breaking the bank, we bring you a list of cars around Rs 10 lakhs, that come equipped with sunroofs. Before moving forward do check out our list of cars with the best mileage in India!
All-new Hyundai i20 – Asta (O)
Recently launched Hyundai i20 is making headlines for receiving over 30,000 bookings in just 45 days since launch. Being a Hyundai they have taken care of people’s likings and offering a sunroof was not a tough decision to make. The Asta (O) variant of the i20 costs Rs 9.19 lacs and comes with a sunroof. The i20 comes with a ton of engine options: 1.2l petrol with manual and CVT, 1.5l Diesel with a 6-speed manual and 1.0l turbo petrol with a 7-speed DCT or a 6-speed iMT. The prices of Hyundai i20 start from Rs 6.79 lacs and go all the way up to Rs 11.18 lacs.
Kia Sonet – HTX
Hyundai’s sibling, Kia Motors, has launched Sonet recently and has made sure to equip it with the latest tech and convenience features including a sunroof. The Sonet HTX variant costs Rs 9.99 lacs and has a sunroof. Sonet also comes with a lot of engine and transmission combinations: 1.2 l petrol with manual, 1.0l turbo petrol with a 7-speed DCT or 6-speed iMT and a 1.5 l Diesel with a 6-speed manual or auto. Kia Sonet starts at Rs 6.71 lacs and tops at Rs 12.99 lacs.
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Hyundai Venue – SX
Staying true to its strategy, Hyundai has equipped the Venue with a sunroof along with a whole host of convenience features. The SX trim costing Rs 9.85 lacs comes with a sunroof. The Venue also comes with various engine and gearbox combinations: 1.2l petrol with a 5-speed manual, 1.5l diesel with a 6-speed manual and 1.0l turbo petrol with a DCT, iMT or a manual. Prices for the Venue range between Rs 6.75 and Rs 11.65 lacs.
Tata Nexon – XZ Plus (O)
The Tata Nexon’s XZ Plus (O) variant costs Rs 10.54 lacs and comes equipped with a sunroof. Nexon comes in a lot of engine and transmission options: 1.2l petrol with a manual or an AMT and 1.5l diesel also with a manual or an AMT. Tata Nexon comes at a price point of Rs 6.99 and Rs 12.70 lacs.
Mahindra XUV300 – W8(O)
Next on the list is Mahindra’s XUV300. The W8(O) variant is the one that comes with a sunroof and costs Rs 10.97 lacs. The popular compact SUV comes with a powerful 1.2l turbo petrol mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and a 1.5 l diesel which comes mated to a 6-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The prices for the XUV300 start at Rs 7.94 lacs and go all the way up to Rs 12.30 for the top-trim.
Ford EcoSport – Thunder Edition
Last but not the least, Ford EcoSport also offers a sunroof to its customers in the Thunder Edition. It costs Rs 10.68 lacs ex-showroom, Delhi. The EcoSport comes with a 1.5 l diesel with a 5-speed manual transmission and a 1.5 l with a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. The Ford EcoSport ranges from Rs 8.19 lacs and goes up to Rs 11.73 lacs.
We hope this list gives you an idea about which variant of which car comes equipped with a sunroof and how much exactly it will cost you. So you can save yourself some time and directly opt for the car and the variant you love from this list.