The sunroof is considered more of a premium feature in India. There is a certain luxury factor associated with the sunroofs in vehicles. When more and more manufacturers started adding sunroofs to their vehicles, the sunroof was no longer an exclusive feature. Now, there is a demand for the panoramic sunroof. There is still an exclusivity factor in panoramic sunroof due to which a lot more people are demanding it and because of this more and more manufacturers have started offering it. Where now you can get a sunroof in compact-SUVs, it is still quite a bit smaller than the panoramic sunroofs that you can get in bigger SUVs. Today, we list down 5 cheapest SUVs that come with a panoramic sunroof and you can buy them right now.
The Creta is leading the mid-size SUV segment since its launch. It is a very well equipped vehicle that is currently the cheapest SUV that offers a massive panoramic sunroof. The panoramic sunroof is available in the SX variant which costs Rs. 13.79 lakhs ex-showroom.
MG Motor recently updated the Hector. When it was first launched, it was the cheapest vehicle that offered a panoramic sunroof. MG offers the panoramic sunroof in the Sharp variant which is the top-end variant. It costs Rs. 16.99 lakhs ex-showroom.
Tata updated the Harrier with quite a bit of improvement that was important. The SUV does stand out of the crowd with its massive proportions and road presence. It is currently offered only with a diesel engine which is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed automatic torque converter gearbox. Tata offers the panoramic sunroof with the XZ Plus variant which costs Rs. 19.05 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Jeep Compass was the first vehicle for the mass market that came equipped with a panoramic sunroof. The SUV recently got updated, but the prices are not yet announced. The top-of-the-line Limited Plus variant is equipped with a panoramic sunroof. It costs Rs. 21.92 lakhs ex-showroom.
MG ZS EV
Currently, the only electric vehicle in the Indian market to offer a panoramic sunroof is the MG Motor’s ZS EV. The MG ZS EV goes against Hyundai’s Kona Electric. However, the ZS EV is the second most selling electric vehicle in the Indian market. MG Motor offers the panoramic sunroof with the Exclusive variant that costs Rs. 23.58 lakhs ex-showroom
The much-awaited Tata Safari got unveiled on 26th January and will be going on sale soon. It will come with a panoramic sunroof which helps in opening up a sense of airiness into the cabin of Safari. There have been leaked images where it was confirmed that Tata will be offering a panoramic sunroof with the Safari. It makes sense that being the new flagship of Tata it should come with a sunroof as all of its competitors will come equipped with it.
Mahindra 2021 XUV500
Mahindra will be launching the new generation of XUV500 sometime in mid of 2021. The leaked images have already shown that the new SUV will come with a massive panoramic sunroof. Except this, it will also come with LED headlamps with LED Daytime Running Lamps and LED tail lamps. There will also be flush sitting door handles that we will see for the first time on a mass-market vehicle.