Budget cars in India with Sunroof

Budget cars in India with Sunroof Honda WR-V
Honda WR-V

A sunroof in your car is one of the premium features you can boast of. Besides adding a visual appeal, they help in making the cabin appear more airy. I personally know a few people whose top priority is having a sunroof. So, let’s take a look at the budget cars in India which offer a sunroof. While we understand that the term “budget” has a different meaning to everyone, the ex-showroom prices of the following cars, more specifically, the variants that offer a sunroof, are within INR 13 lakh.



The first hatchback we can think of is the Honda Jazz. The range-topping ZX trim offers an electric sunroof with one-touch open/close function and auto-reverse. ZX manual ex-Delhi price: INR 8.98 lakh.


The second one is also a Honda, which is a BS6 WR-V. The top-end VX variant comes with an electric sunroof with one-touch open/close function and auto-reverse. VX manual ex-Delhi price: INR 9.89 lakh.


Once upon a time, Hyundai’s i10 came with a sunroof, but not anymore. However, the 3rd generation i20 offers a sunroof in the range-topping Asta (iMT variants) and Asta (O) trims. Its sporty sibling the i20 N Line also offers an electric sunroof in the N8 trim. Asta (O) manual ex-Delhi price: INR 9.41 lakh; i20 N Line N8 ex-Delhi price: INR 10.87 lakh.

Thankfully, there are a couple of not-too-expensive sedans that offer a sunroof. The first one is again a Honda.


The 5th generation City (7th generation globally) offers a one-touch electric sunroof with slide/tilt function and pinch guard, in VX and ZX trims. VX manual ex-Delhi price: INR 12.62 lakh.


The second sedan in this list is the 2020 Hyundai Verna facelift. The SX and SX (O) trims get an electric sunroof. SX manual ex-Delhi price: INR 11.07 lakh.

None of the VW Group sedans at this price, such as the Vento and Skoda Rapid offer a sunroof. MSIL’s Ciaz doesn’t get one either.

Compact SUVs
Thankfully, now there are few budget compact SUVs that offer a sunroof.


Hyundai launched a game-changing product called Venue in May 2019. The SX and SX (O) trims offer an electric sunroof. SX manual ex-Delhi price: INR 10.00 lakh.


Mahindra entered the sub-4m SUV game with the XUV300 in Feb 2019. The W6 and W8 (O) variants offer an electric sunroof with an anti-pinch safety feature. W6 manual ex-Delhi price: INR 9.88 lakh.


The original Tata Nexon offered a sunroof as an accessory on any variant. More on that here. The 2020 Nexon facelift offers an electric sunroof on XM (S) and XZ+ (S) trims right from the factory. The Nexon EV too offers a sunroof on the top-end XZ+ LUX trim, but that’s a bit expensive. XM (S) ex-Delhi price: INR 8.86 lakh.


Hyundai Venue’s cousin Kia Sonet offers an electric sunroof in HTX and GTX+ trims. HTX iMT ex-Delhi price: INR 10.40 lakh.

Vitara Brezza (or Urban Cruiser) doesn’t offer one yet.


I know, I know, it’s not a sunroof, but the new Thar convertible offers a lot more than just a sunroof. AX Convertible manual ex-Delhi price: INR 12.78 lakh.

If you’re willing to stretch your budget a bit more, you get more options such as the KushaqTaigun duo, the CretaSeltos duo, ZS EV, Astor, Hector, and XUV700.

Also, read: World’s first panoramic sunroof airbag

There aren’t many, isn’t it? Well, the sunroofs have become a premium feature and are often offered in the top-spec variants which command more money. Unfortunately, a lot of people end up going for an aftermarket sunroof installation, which in most cases is nothing but messing with the safety of the vehicle as the structural rigidity might be compromised.

—– This page was last updated on December 26, 2021 —–

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