Top SUVs under Rs 15 lakh with the most luxurious cabins: Tata Punch to XUV700
SUVs have become the most preferred choice of vehicles in India. In fact, this kind of vehicle spearheads the sales of several car manufacturers in India. Thus it has become all the more important for manufacturers to populate the market with SUVs. So, if you are buying an SUV, and its interior is your main focal point. Here are five SUVs that are available with quite the luxury cabin and their ex-showroom prices start from under Rs 15 lakh.
Updated Mar 10, 2023 | 11:26 AM IST
Top SUVs under Rs 15 lakh with most luxurious cabins: Tata Punch to XUV700
- Tata Punch is the least expensive SUV here, but its interior suffices luxury more than adequately.
- Skoda Kushaq's interior looks and feels premium.
- The XUV700 takes the baton for having the most technologically advanced, and an equally luxurious cabin in this list.
With SUVs becoming popular day by day, customers' preferences have also been evolving accordingly. Getting an SUV that will suffice both value-wise and luxury-wise, especially in the cabin where one spends most of their time, has become the order of the day.
The market is flooded with several such products as well. While Tata Motors
’ line-up starts with the Punch
and goes all the way up to with full-size offerings like the Harrier and Safari. Maruti Suzuki has the Brezza SUV, Ignis (provided we go with the company’s claim of it being an SUV) to the recently unveiled five-door Jimny, Fronx, and Grand Vitara. Hyundai
also has its fair share of offerings in the form of Venue, Creta
, Tucson and the Kona EV, and Ioniq 5.
So, if you’re in the market looking to buy an SUV that offers the best value for money, especially in the form of a luxury cabin. Here are five options that will give you that premium experience in its price range.
The Tata Punch is the only sub-compact SUV in its segment that is available with five-star NCAP rating.
Tata Punch (Rs 5.99 lakh to Rs 9.53 lakh, ex-showroom price, Delhi)
The Tata Punch is the only sub-compact SUV in its segment that is available with a five-star NCAP rating. On top of that, the cabin is available with quite a number of premium features. Like a leather steering wheel and gear knob, a cooled glove box, a 17.78 cm infotainment screen that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 7-inch instrument cluster, plus connected car safety that gives you crash alerts, diagnostic reports, intrusion alerts, etc.
Mahindra XUV300 (Rs 9.60 lakh to Rs 13.20 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi)
The Mahindra XUV300 is another low-budget SUV that gets quite the luxurious cabin and costs less than Rs 15 lakh.
The Mahindra XUV300 is another low-budget SUV that gets more-than-an-adequate cabin. From dual-zone automatic climate control, an electric sunroof with anti-pinch technology, an infotainment screen with Bluetooth connectivity, and rear parking camera with dynamic assist, steering mounted controls, and auto-dimming IRVMs, and first-in-segment tire position display.
Skoda Kushaq ( Rs 11.59 lakh - Rs 19.69 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi)
The Skoda Kushaq was the first product to debut the Skoda-Volkswagen’s MQB AO IN platform.
The Skoda Kushaq was the first product to debut the Skoda-Volkswagen’s MQB AO IN platform which has been developed to accommodate several body styles without compromising on space and safety. Further upping the ante is an equally luxurious cabin. Right from Skoda’s iconic two-spoke steering wheel wrapped in leather to the touch control panel and ventilated front seats. Auto-dimming rearview mirror, a panoramic sunroof, and a 10-inch infotainment screen are some of the other technological additions that make the Kushaq’s cabin feel tech-savvy as well.
The XUV700 is currently the pinnacle of Mahindra’s SUV line-up and that reflects in its cabin’s premium quality.
XUV700 (Rs 13.95 lakh - Rs 23.59 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi)
The XUV700 is currently the pinnacle of Mahindra’s SUV line-up and that reflects in its cabin’s premium quality. From a huge panoramic sunroof to a dual HD superscreen that houses both the infotainment screen and instrument cluster. Connectivity features in the form of AdrenoX get you access to features like Tracking your vehicle in real-time, locking and unlocking it remotely, etc, 3D sound technology, and smart filter technology, to just name a few. The soft-touch materials used inside the cabin feels and look quite premium as well. However, none of the variants are available with ventilated seats.
Hyundai Creta (Rs 11.89 lakh to Rs 18.34 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi)
The Creta is another Hyundai offering that continues to enjoy a loyal fanbase in India
The Creta is another Hyundai offering that continues to enjoy a loyal fanbase in India, and that’s not without a solid reason. Aside from being available with a plethora of variants, the interior of the Hyundai Creta comes loaded with several important creature comfort features as well. Ventilated front seats, cooled glovebox, and center armrest with cup-holders for rear passengers, plus an onboard air filtration system are just a few of its highlights. Top-spec variants also come with a voice-enabled panoramic sunroof, wireless charger, and ambient lighting.
So, there were the five SUVs that are available with some of the most premium options. Which one would you go for? Let us know in the comment section.