Best Cars to Buy in India with Big Boot/Trunk Space - 2021
Top Cars to Buy with Biggest Boot/Trunk Space in India 2021 - Check Hatchback, MUV, Sedan, and SUV Cars List with Best Luggage Space
We Indians love to travel, a lot. Long family trips to favourite tourist destinations, casual visits to dear & near, weekend shopping, pilgrimage, airport pickup-drop, and whatnot. Thus, boot or trunk space comes as a top priority when it comes to the buying decision of a car. Big fat road trips require even bigger bags and hence here we have gathered all details you would like to know about the best, biggest, and usable boot space of cars in each segment.
Hatchbacks with Biggest Boots – India 2021
- Entry Level Hatchback – Renault Kwid
The Renault Kwid has the best boot space in its class with a 300-litre luggage capacity which is HUGE by hatchback standards. You can also remove the rear seatback and extend it further to 1,115L with a fully flat loading area. The Kwid is available in petrol engines with manual and automatic transmission. Price ranges from 3.3 to 5.4 Lakhs.
- Compact Hatchback – Maruti Wagon R
The tall boy WagonR now comes with a class-leading boot capacity of 340litres, thanks to the all-new platform. Even though it has a raised loading lip, the folded rear benches liberate an additional 710L. It also gives an option of a 60:40 split rear seat for more practicality when folded. WagonR comes with petrol & CNG engine options mated to manual & automatic transmissions. It is priced from 4.8Lakhs.
- Premium Hatchback – Honda Jazz
Despite being the oldest in the segment, Jazz still stays as a practical car with a sizeable rear luggage space of 354litres. It is wide and deep enough to keep your all stuff packed tight. Jazz sadly misses out on 60:40splitting rear seats. But when the rear seat is folded, it generates close to 1,250 litres of flat space. Jazz is available in petrol with manual & automatic transmission. Jazz retails between 7.55 to 9.79Lakhs.
Sedans with Biggest Boots – India 2021
- Compact Sedan – Honda Amaze
With 420litres of storage at the back, Amaze is a narrow winner above Tigor (419litres). But Amaze has more width and flat area than Tigor along with low slung loading lip. Thus Amaze remains the practical pick of the lot with the usable space. Amaze’s seats cannot be flipped down to relieve more space. It has petrol & diesel engines with manual & auto transmissions. Amaze will cost you 6.34L to 11.12 Lakhs depending on the variant.
- Midsize Sedans - Maruti Suzuki Ciaz
In terms of midsize sedans, the Ciaz has the biggest boot space in India. The Ciaz boot has a capacity of 510 litres and that is huge for a sedan. It is very practically laid out and loading is very seamless. Ciaz comes with a petrol manual and auto. It is priced in the range of 8.3-11.10Lakhs.
Close to the Ciaz is the new Honda City which has a boot space of 506 litres. It is available for retail from Rs 12.6L -16.9 Lakhs in diesel & petrol guise.
- Executive Sedans – Skoda Octavia
The 600-litre boot of Octavia can eat up almost everything. Fold the rear seats and you are looking at 1,550 litres of space! The notchback like boot door makes the loading-unloading task easy-peasy. You also get VAG level equipment in boot-like lamps, a 12V power socket, bag hooks, fastening nets etc. This Skoda is priced from 26 to 29Lakhs and comes with a petrol automatic powertrain.
SUVs with Biggest Boots – India 2021
- Sub4m Compact SUV– Renault Kiger
At the rear, Kiger has a healthy 405litre of luggage space. Seats get 60:40 splitting for additional convenience to boost up the carrying capacity. However, the boot lip of Kiger is very high making loading & unloading a cumbersome task. This SUV has petrol engines mated to a manual and automatic transmission. It is priced at 5.64 to 10.08 Lakhs.
- Mid-Size Compact SUVs – Hyundai Creta & Kia Seltos
Both of these siblings come with the same 433litres of boot space from the factory. The layout, usable space etc are identical too. Both cars come with diesel and petrol mated to manual &auto transmission. Creta is priced from 9.99 to 17.70Lakhs and Seltos from 9.95 to 17.65Lakhs.
- Compact SUVs – MG Hector
Amongst bigger SUVs, the MG Hector is the clear leader with a massive boot capacity of 587 litres. Even though the lip is a little high, it is very easy to use due to the practical flatbed without intrusions. The boot area is accessible from the rear seats adding to the practicality. Hector has petrol and diesel engines mated to manual & auto box. It retails from 13.18 to 18.57 Lakhs.
- Full-Size SUVs – Ford Endeavour
Amongst the big SUVs, the Ford Endeavour has a 450-litre boot with all rows up and that is the highest among the biggies. With the two rows up, it could be extended to 2000litres with a completely flatbed configuration which is all set for cross-country trips!. It is priced at a range of Rs 34.7-40.7 lakhs.
MPVs with Biggest Boots – India 2021
- Entry Level MPV
In entry-level MPVs, Renault Triber has an amazing 625litre of boot space without 3rd row. Triber is available for purchase from 4.95 to 6.6 lakhs(ex-showroom) with petrol manual and automatic.
- Midsize MPV
When it comes to compact MPVs, with 209litres of the generous boot, Ertiga leads over Mahindra Marazzo. It offers a 60:40 split for both 2nd and 3rd-row seats too. The boot area is quite wide and practical in design& useful widgets such as a lamp, sockets. It is priced at 7.81 to 10.59Lakhs with petrol heart and manual, auto options.
- Full-Size MPV
Moving to full-size MPVs, Kia Carnival is a brainer with a whopping 540litre of the boot with all seats up. It has a variety of seat configurations too making it practical as an MPV as well as a long-distance people mover. The Kia Carnival is on sale in India at a price of between Rs. 24.95 - 33.95 Lakhs with diesel automatic powertrain.
The boot is something which comes useful almost any day every day with its flexibility of use. With no aftermarket extension available for boot carrying capacity (other than expensive roof carriers), it is highly advisable to opt for a car with the biggest possible boot so that none of your essentials is chopped off from the next vacation’s “to be packed” list.
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