Top People Movers In India For Every Budget

07/12/2018
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People movers have been among the most effective solutions for customers who desire to regularly accommodate seven passengers or more in their cars. Read on to discover six best people movers in India, in which you are likely to find the one suitable for your budget.

Here we have arranged the listed people movers from the cheapest one to the most expensive one for your convenience of reading.

1. Tata Hexa

The cheapest MPV in the list is the Tata Hexa. Supported by a redesigned Aria platform, the cosmetic features of the Tata Hexa include

  • Trapezium-shaped front air dams

  • Projector headlamps

  • Large 19-inch alloy wheels

  • Body-coloured door handles

  • Hexa logo behind the C-pillar

  • Redesigned LED taillamps

  • Dual exhaust pipes

The interior will come with some top-notch features including

  • A multi-information coloured display on the instrument cluster

  • Touchscreen infotainment system with rear camera, navigation function and voice recognition connectivity

  • Leather-wrapped driving wheel   

  • Leather seat coverings

The MPV can accommodate comfortably 6 people with a boot space of up to 128 litres with the last seat row.

Only a 2.2L diesel motor provides power for the Hexa. This engine can produce 154bhp of max power and 154bhp of peak torque and be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

Priced between Rs 6.23 lakh and Rs 10.67 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), this MPV is suitable for the people who wish for a car with only a standard kit of features and have a limited budget.

Tata Hexa exterior

Being the cheapest MPV in the list, the Tata Hexa offers the passengers a standard kit of features

2. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

First debuted in India in 2012, the Ertiga is one of the most well-known MPVs with the Indian auto buyers. With approximately 65000 units sold a year, the Ertiga has received a facelifted version and become a real looker which can provide comfortable seats for every passenger.

In terms of the exterior, the new Ertiga is now underpinned by the Heartec platform which is also adopted in the Baleno and the Swift. The new car now has greater dimensions in terms of its length, width and height, which translates into a spacious cabin for up to 7 passengers. Some other noteworthy exterior features include

  • LED projector headlamps integrated with LED DRLs

  • 15-inch alloy wheels

  • Large boomerang-shaped tail lamps

The interior features which contribute to the safe and pleasant travel experience of the customers include

  • Multi-function driving wheel

  • Large touchscreen infotainment system which supports Android Auto and Apple Carplay connectivity

  • Brand-new instrument cluster

  • Leather-wrapped flat bottom driving wheel

  • AT temperature control

Inside, as mentioned before, the cabin is now more spacious, thanks to the greater dimensions. Though the wheelbase has remained unchanged, the new Ertiga cabin is now roomier since the engine compartment has been moved forward. Equipped with a roof mounted AC, the central seat row is now far more comfortable than its predecessor. But the biggest improvement is in the final seat row, which now comes with a reclining option, offering a comfortable travel experience to the passengers. The boot now is also twice as large as the one on the previous model.

The Maruti Eritga now is available with two engine options. While the 1.5L petrol engine can generate 103 bhp/138Nm and is coupled with a 5-speed MT or a 4-speed AT, the 1.3L DDIS 200 spec diesel unit is good for 89bhp/200Nm and is mated to a manual gearbox.

The Ertiga MPV is priced in the range of Rs 7.44 lakh to Rs 10.9 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

With a glamorous on-road image, an upmarket interior with a spacious cabin and two engine options on offer as well as a competitive price, the Maruti Ertiga deserves to be enlisted as one of the top 7-seater people movers in India.

Maruti Ertiga exterior

Positioned above the Tata Nexon, the Maruti Ertiga comes with great dimensions and a amber cabin

3. Renault Lodgy

Positioned above the Ertiga is the Renault Lodgy. As regards the exterior, the Lodgy is packed with some features, giving it a “handsome” appearance. These features include but not limited to

  • Chrome grille

  • Upmarket tailgate and doors

  • Palatably-designed headlamps

  • Alloy wheels

  • Soft creases on the bonnet

The interior features include

  • Multi-function driving wheel

  • Touchscreen infotainment system

  • AT temperature control

  • Air conditioner vents for the three seat rows

  • Two front airbags and ABS

The cabin provides the passengers with enough space, all in terms of the elbow or leg room in the first row; head, shoulder and knee room in the second row, and the shoulder and knee room in the final row. The last row can accommodate up to three adults but only two adults for the most convenience. With the last seat row on, the amber boot space measures over 200 litres and can hold small suitcases. However, when the last row is folded, the large weekend luggage for five people can be accommodated easily. When you fold both the second and the third row, you can even store your house in it (just for fun).

The petrol engine option is absent on this MPV. The Lodgy is powered by a 1.5L diesel engine which can produce 108.5bhp at 4000rpm and 245Nm at 1750rpm.

This MPV has a price range from Rs. 8.3 lakh to Rs 12.12 lakh, positioned slightly above the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga.

Renault Lodgy exterior

The Renault Lodgy provides its passengers with the sufficient space in all the seat rows

4. Honda BR-V

If the Ertiga and the Lodgy are popular with Indian auto buyers for its large dimensions and a spacious cabin, the Honda BR-V is well-known for its versatility.

Realizing that Indian auto customers have a tendency to assess the car by its appearance, Honda has made the exterior of its Honda BR-V more attractive with some top-notch exterior features including

  • High bonnet

  • Roof rails

  • Unique tail lamps

  • Black cladding

Coming to the inside, you can most clearly recognize its flexibility with an adjustable seat row which offers sufficient legroom and headroom as well as the third seat row having the ability to accommodate two average adults.

In terms of the convenience, Honda BR-V is considered to be a comfortable daily driver with a wide range of features which are absent in some other MPVs at the same price level such as

  • Tilt-function driving wheel keyless entry

  • Start/stop push button

  • AT temperature control

Like the Maruti Ertiga, the Honda BR-V are offered with two motor options. The 1.5L diesel motor can deliver a max power of 98.6bhp at 3600rpm and a peak torque of 200Nm at 1750rpm. The 1.5L petrol motor is good for 117.3bhp at 6600rpm and 145Nm at 4600rpm. Both of these engines are mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

This vehicle is priced between Rs 9.45 lakh and Rs 13.74 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Honda BR-V exterior

The Honda BR-V is well known for its flexibility

5. Mahindra Marazzo

As its name suggests, the styling of the Marazzo is inspired by the shark. The features consist of

  • Front grille with 6 slats and some chrome elements which represents the shark’s sharp teeth

  • Agile and ferocious general structure

  • C-shaped tail lamps which resemble the shark’s tale

The list of interior features is comprised of but not limited to

  • Two-tone dashboard with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system

  • Leather-wrapped seat coverings

  • XUV-sourced climate control

  • Autocruise

In terms of space and seating, the car is available in a 7-seater or 8-seater version. There are amber head and knee room in the second row. There are also USB charging points, cubby holes, which contribute to the comfortable and pleasant travel experience of the passengers. The rear row is able to accommodate up to three children and one adult, which is an ideal feature for families with three children and more. The boot space of the MPV stands at 190 litres, which can be expanded to 680 litres with the third row completely folded.

The Marazzo MPV is powered by a 1.5L 4-cylinder diesel engine which can produce a max power of 121bhp and a peak torque of 300Nm. The transmission duties are implemented by a 6-speed MT unit.

This MPV was launched in India on September 3, 2018, with a price range of Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 13.9 lakh. For those who have a large family with three children or more and are on a loose budget, this vehicle is an ideal choice.

Mahindra Marazzo exterior

Taking the inspiration from the shark, the Mahindra Marazzo is attractive to the Indian auto buyers

6. Toyota Innova Crysta

In the last position of the list is the new Innova. The new Innova Crysta now gets greater dimensions with a 4753mm length, a 1830mm width and a 1795mm height and an unchanged 2750mm wheelbase, which translates into the same cabin space as its predecessor. The Innova Crysta now comes with a dramatic styling with such features as 

  • Huge grille

  • Two large projector headlamps with integrated LED DRLs

  • Large 17-inch wheels

  • L-shaped tail lights

Inside the cabin, the Innova is equipped with some cutting-edge features including

  • Wooden-inserted dashboard

  • Advanced instrument cluster

  • 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system

  • AT temperature control

  • 20 bottle holders inside the car

As regards the space and seating, the Japanese automaker has paid great attention to the comfort of the passengers and has equipped its vehicle with well-shaped front seats, which offer good support for long-distance travel. The second row can slide back and forth and even recline. The back seat is much more comfortable and spacious than the previous-gen Innova and most of its rivals. The Innova Crysta has a large boot space of 300 litres with the third row on and a 7-seat capacity.

The first engine option is a 2.7L petrol motor, which is good for 163.7bhp against 145Nm and paired with a manual transmission. Moreover, the MPV is also powered by a 2.8L diesel engine, which can deliver a max power of 147.8nbhp and a peak torque of 343Nm. This power is sent to the wheels through an automatic gearbox.

This is also the highest-priced MPV in the list with a price range from Rs 14.63 lakh to Rs 23.04 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), which is completely compatible to its high-quality features and an impressive power output. This car is an ideal option for those who want to enjoy a trip with the utmost comfort and are willing to pay extra.

Toyota Innova Crysta exterior

Equipped with an impressive list of features, the Toyota Innova Crysta is the highest priced MPV in the list

Above we have introduced to you six most popular people movers in India with a wide range of prices, from the first ones which cost just a few lakhs to the last ones which cost over 20 lakhs. Hope that this article will help you make a wiser decision as to which car to choose. By now, which MPV in the above list attracts your attention most? Share with us in the comment box below.

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