Top 5 Budget Cars In India With Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

Check out the top 5 cars that are affordable and come with Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), a very handy feature.

Nowadays, a lot of cars are getting the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). One is standard and one is Highline, the latter showing the exact PSI of all the tyres. On the standard one, you can not check the pressure of every tyre, but just the status if it is fine or punctured. Here are top 5 most affordable cars that come with TPMS.

Top 5 Budget Cars In India With Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

1. 2020 Hyundai i20

Hyundai i20 is currently the most affordable car in India that gets tyre pressure monitoring system. Except for the base variant, the mid-spec and top-end ones get TPMS as standard fitment. It gets the Highline system that shows the pressure of all the tyres in PSI.

2. Kia Sonet

Kia-Sonet-HTX

On the top-end Tech Line and GTX+ variants, you get Highline TPMS. Even here, you can check the PSI of all the tyres. For all these cars, you have to start the engine properly and just switch on the ignition.

3. Honda City

2020 Honda City offers tyre pressure monitoring system right from the base V variant. Further, it also gets deflation warning and an indication if the pressure goes too low. However, you do not get this on the previous version of City.

4. Hyundai Venue

Hyundai-Venue

Hyundai Venue was among the earliest ones to offer TPMS as a feature for affordable cars. Following it, Hyundai and Kia used it on the new Creta and Seltos. Venue gets Highline system that shows PSI of all the four tyres.

5. Nissan Magnite

Nissan Magnite

While Magnite has not been launched right now, but it is already been revealed. Its launch is scheduled to happen by December 2 and bookings have already commenced. Magnite will be the most affordable car to offer TPMS but only the standard system. Here, you will be only able to see the status of all tyres and not the exact PSI.