Sunroof used to be a premium feature in vehicles. However, that is not the case anymore. Many new vehicles now come with an electric sunroof. Even premium hatchbacks and compact SUVs now come with an electric sunroof. However, panoramic sunroofs are still considered to be a premium feature because it offers much larger than a regular sunroof and lets in a lot more light into the cabin. Here, are some cars that come with a panoramic sunroof.
The Creta has been the best selling mid-size SUV since it was first introduced in the Indian market. It is also the most affordable vehicle in India with which you can get a panoramic sunroof. The panoramic sunroof is offered with the SX Executive variant onwards. It is priced at Rs. 13.41 lakhs ex-showroom.
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The XUV700 is a big hit in the Indian market. It is one of the most feature-loaded SUV currently in the segment. It also comes with a panoramic sunroof which starts from AX5 variant. It starts from Rs. 16.05 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Alcazar is the 7-seater version of the Harrier. Hyundai offers a panoramic sunroof as standard with the Alcazar. So, to get the Alcazar with the panoramic sunroof, you would have to spend Rs. 16.34 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Harrier is considered to be one of the best mid-size SUV in the Indian market. It has been selling really well because of its build quality, butch looks, ride quality and a decent feature list. That feature list also includes a panoramic sunroof. To get the panoramic sunroof, you would have to at least get the XT Plus variant. It is priced at Rs. 18.01 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Safari is doing decently well in the Indian market. People love its looks and there is ample space on offer too. It also comes with a panoramic sunroof. The most affordable variant with a panoramic sunroof is XT+, it starts at Rs. 18.88 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Hector was one of the first SUVs to be offered with a panoramic sunroof. The sunroof is offered only on the Sharp variant which is the top-end variant. It is priced at Rs. 18.29 lakhs ex-showroom.
MG Hector Plus
Hector Plus is the elder sibling of Hector. It comes with an additional third row of seats. The panoramic sunroof is offered only on the top-end Sharp variant which is priced at Rs. 18.99 lakhs ex-showroom.
MG ZS EV
The MG ZS EV is currently the only electric SUV to offer a panoramic sunroof. As of now, it is available only in a single fully loaded variant called Exclusive. It is priced at Rs. 25.88 lakhs ex-showroom.
The Compass is currently the most affordable SUV that Jeep offers. To get the panoramic sunroof, you would have to get the Limited(O) variant which is priced at Rs. 23.39 lakhs ex-showroom.
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