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    Top 10 Cars With Best Boot Space Under 7 Lakh

    by Mahesh Yadav on Saturday, Aug 21 2021

    With room for 5 and a price tag of under Rs. 7.0 lakh (ex-showroom), here are 10 cars that offer the best boot space.

     

    Top 10 Cars With Best Boot Space

    Please note that this list also includes some variants or models, which are a little bit over our ceiling of Rs. 7.0 lakh. This will help buyers who are okay with stretching the budget a little bit. We also haven’t, included CNG variants as there’s no official information about their boot capacity after the inclusion of the CNG tank. Moreover, the cylinder leaves very little space in the trunk, making it pretty much unusable.

    Also Read - 2021 Cars with Biggest Boot Space Under 10 Lakh in India

    1. Renault Triber - 625 L

    Renault Triber

    At 625 litres of storage in a 5-seat setting, the Renault Triber remains unchallenged. With the Triber, you need not worry about packing for a vacation. You can move your house in this car and relocate to your favourite destination. For emergencies, there’s room for 2 more passengers in the third row. The removable 3rd row makes this car’s boot space roomier than the Ertiga.

    However, if you have plans to frequently drive this car with a full load or you often cover long distances on the highways, then you should wait it out for the 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine. That time should also help you stretch your budget to fit the preferred variant in your budget even with the turbo petrol engine.

    Know More - Renault Triber Best Variant to Buy

    Renault Triber - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    RXE 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.49 lakh

    RXL 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.13 lakh

    RXT 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.67 lakh

    RXL 1.0L Petrol AMT Automatic

    Rs. 6.62 lakh

    RXT 1.0L Petrol AMT Automatic

    Rs. 7.17 lakh

     

    2. Honda Amaze - 420 L

    Honda Amaze

    With the Honda Amaze, your choices are limited to 2 trim options - E and S. But, if you want the car with the best-in-class boot size, then this is it.

    Also Read - Cars And SUVs With Best Ground Clearance Under 10 Lakh

    Honda Amaze - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    E 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.25 lakh

    S 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 7.03 lakh

     

    3. Tata Tigor 419 L

    Tata Tigor

    Here comes the kicker - on paper, the Tigor lags behind the Amaze by 1 litre but its hydraulic struts probably offer slightly better real-world storage than the Amaze. The Honda Amaze uses C-hinges, which intrude a bit into the cavity. Moreover, the Tigor’s struts look nicer, cleaner and more upmarket.

    From a price perspective as well, the Tigor offers more choices including one with an automatic transmission.

    Also read - 2021 Safest Cars Under 10 Lakh in India

    Tata Tigor - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    XE 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.6 lakh

    XM 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.2 lakh

    XZ 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.61 lakh

    XMA 1.2L Petrol AMT Automatic

    Rs. 6.72 lakh

     

    4. Renault Kiger - 405 L

    Renault Kiger

    Despite sharing the platform with the Nissan Magnite, the Kiger manages to offer a 70-litre larger cargo capacity. That is substantial. Not only that, but you also have the option of AMT automatic - under Rs. 7.0 lakh. An SUV for under Rs. 7.0 lakh with an automatic is a value proposition that’s difficult to ignore.

    Renault Kiger - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    RXE 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.64 lakh

    RXL 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.41 lakh

    RXT 1.0L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.89 lakh

    RXL 1.0L Petrol AMT Automatic

    Rs. 6.91 lakh

     

    5. Hyundai Aura - 402 L

    Hyundai Aura

    The Aura is not too far behind the Kiger with 402 litres of boot space. However, just like the Amaze, you only have two variants to choose from with the same 1.2-litre normal petrol engine and manual transmission. Just like the Amaze, you can pick either the E or the S variant. Is it Deja Vu?

    Also read - 2021 Safest SUVs Under 10 Lakh in India

    Hyundai Aura - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    E 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.98 lakh

    S 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.78 lakh

     

    6. Kia Sonet - 392 L

    Kia Sonet

    Despite the top trims costing around Rs. 13 lakh, somehow, the base trim of the Sonet squeezes under the Rs. 7 lakh price band. While you will miss out on some creature comforts, you still get a muscular silhouette with the Kia Sonet and a substantial, 392-litre boot.

    Kia Sonet - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    HTE 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.79 lakh

     

    7. Maruti Suzuki Arena Dzire - 378 L

    Maruti Dzire

    If you want a car with a ubiquitous service centre network, then for under Ra. 7.0 lakh, Dzire is your only option. Between the LXI and VXI variants, we recommend the VXI as it’s a better buttoned up package than the basic LXI. Besides a 378-litre boot, the Dzire also claims to deliver a phenomenal mileage of around 24kmpl with its hybrid petrol engine.

    Maruti Suzuki Arena Dzire - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    LXI 1.2L Hybrid Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.98 lakh

    VXI 1.2L Hybrid Petrol Manual

    Rs. 7.04 lakh

     

    8. Hyundai Venue - 350 L

    Hyundai Venue

    With the Venue, you get a 350-litre boot space and just like the Sonet, there’s only 1 variant you can fit in your budget.

    Hyundai Venue - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    E 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.92 lakh

     

    9. Nissan Datsun Go Plus - 347 L

    Datsun Go Plus

    Nissan’s Datsun GO Plus looks a little out of proportion but for hauling luggage, this is a phenomenal package. Just fold down the last two seats and this baby will give the Venue a run for its money with a comparable boot capacity. That’s 347-litres with room for 5 occupants.

    Moreover, unlike the Triber, this one gets a larger 1.2-litre petrol engine. That’s not all, you can even get the smooth and underpriced CVT automatic. Seriously! Where else can you get a CVT automatic for an incremental cost of just Rs. 63,000 over the manual?

    All you have to do is see through its slightly disproportionate side profile and you’ll find plenty of value.

    Also Read - 2021 Safest MPVs Under 10 Lakhs In India

    Nissan Datsun Go Plus - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    D 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 4.26 lakh

    A 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.17 lakh

    A (O) 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.74 lakh

    T 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.0 lakh

    T (O) 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.37 lakh

    T 1.2L Petrol CVT Automatic

    Rs. 6.8 lakh

    T (O) 1.2L Petrol CVT Automatic

    Rs. 7.0 lakh

     

    10. Tata Altroz - 345 L

    Tata Altroz

    Finally, we have the Tata Altroz with 345-litres of boot space. Tata made a masterpiece of a car. This car looks good in person and on paper. The Altroz has the features, the value-for-money quotient (in most variants), 5-star safety rating and fairly big boot space.

    Tata Altroz - Variants Under Rs. 7 Lakh

    Variant

    Price (Ex-showroom)

    XE 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 5.8 lakh

    XM 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.46 lakh

    XM Plus 1.2L Petrol Manual

    Rs. 6.76 lakh

    XE 1.5L Turbo Diesel Manual

    Rs. 7.0 lakh

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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