For the Indian Consumer, having a big boot in your car is a big selling factor. It doesn't matter how small the car is, it's still important. So today we made this list of small cars with big boots.
India is a country where the families are big, and mostly a joint affair with several relatives. This makes having a car with a big boot quite a necessity and a huge selling factor. Whether you’re planning a quick stop at the grocery store or planning a family trip, a big boot is a must. Consumers in India expect a large boot from their hatchbacks even, which has led to carmakers making boot space as an important selling factor. Today, we have the list of best small cars with big boot space to accommodate all your luggage.
The Renault Kwid has always been on the more practical choices in the segment. It gets multiple engine options with the choice of a manual or automatic transmission choices. The Kwid also comes with a high ground clearance which makes it an even better choice for Indian roads. The small hatchback offers a boot space of 300 litres, which is bigger than some of the hatchbacks a segment above.
The Renault Kwid is priced between Rs 3.07 lakh and Rs 5.20 lakh, ex-showroom.
India’s largest car manufacturer and also one of its oldest, Maruti by now knows the Indian consumer’s demands very well. This is why even in a small hatchback like the Wagon R, Maruti has done some clever engineering to fit in a large boot in. The boot comes in at 341-litres, surprising when you realize its not a very big car and is more than adequate for pretty much anything.
The Honda Jazz was one of the first premium hatchbacks when it was launched more than a decade ago. Currently, in its second-generation, it has been overshadowed somewhat by the likes of the Hyundai i20 and Maruti Baleno. But it does offer some unique and very practical features. The Jazz offers a boot space of 354-litres, which is one of the biggest and makes weekend getaways a very easy thing to plan.
The Honda Jazz will cost you between Rs 7.57 lakh and Rs 9.52 lakh, ex-showroom.
Maruti Suzuki Baleno
Maruti being the experts at making cars for the Indian consumer as they have another vehicle in this list unsurprisingly. The Maruti Baleno comes next, one of the best premium hatchbacks on sale and a perennial top seller in the segment. It offers a boot capacity of 339 litres and comes with practical features like extra hooks and extra light to help you when it is dark.
Hyundai just launched the all-new i20, and the Indian consumer is loving it, posting record sales numbers. It features a multitude of powertrain options, all-new design, and packed to the gills variants. Its main Achilles heel in the old model was its small boot space, which has been rectified somewhat of the 311-litre boot for the new model. Though it is not the best in the segment, it is more than adequate for a hatchback.
The Hyundai i20’s prices range from Rs 6.79 lakh to Rs 11.32 lakh, ex-showroom.