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    Discontinued: Hyundai Eon In India

    by Swati Sanchayi on Sunday, Mar 31 2019


    Hyundai Eon suspended in India. The Eon hatchback, which was the Korean brand's entrance level item in the Indian market, has been formally expelled from the organization site. This makes the as of late propelled Santro hatchback, the new passage level advertising.

    The Hyundai Eon was first propelled in the Indian market, in 2011. Following eight years of generation, the Hyundai Eon will never again be on special in the Indian market. The end of the Eon is on the grounds that the hatchback neglects to agree to the up and coming accident test and wellbeing guideline standards of 2019. Hyundai chose to stop the generation itself, rather than putting resources into its updates. This choice was for the most part because of the declining offers of the hatchback in the Indian market.


    The Hyundai Eon was at first accessible with an 814cc oil motor creating 55bhp and 75Nm of torque. Be that as it may, the hatchback was later refreshed with Hyundai's 1.0-liter three-barrel 'Kappa' motor producing 65 bhp and 95 Nm of torque mated to a standard five-speed manual gearbox.

    Hyundai brought in a couple of updates to the Eon hatchback regarding gentle restorative changes and a couple of extra security highlights incorporations. Notwithstanding, the Eon hatchback never got a noteworthy facelift during its time of creation. The Hyundai Eon accompanied a beginning cost of Rs 3.34 lakh for the base variation, while the top-spec trim was valued at Rs 4.68 lakh. All costs are ex-showroom (Delhi). The Hyundai Santro, then again, accompanies a marginally higher beginning cost of Rs 3.90 lakh while the top-spec CNG variation costs Rs 5.64 lakh. Again all costs are ex-showroom (Delhi).


    Notwithstanding, the Hyundai Santro comes stacked with all the most recent highlights and supplies, expected in a vehicle that cost. It likewise consents to all the up and coming security and crash test standards too.

    With the suspension of the Hyundai Eon, the Korean organization presently has no vehicle in the passage level hatchback fragment in India. The Hyundai Eon took on rivalry from any semblance of the Maruti Suzuki Alto and the Renault Kwid. The Hyundai Santro, then again, rivals any semblance of the Maruti Wagon R in the Indian market. Stay tuned to for further updates from Hyundai.




    A diverse bilingual (English and Hindi) Copywriter and Content Creator based in New Delhi, India. With a degree in Journalism, I always had an inclination towards writing.

    As a writer, I have worked on content related to automobile, technology, travel, lifestyle, photography and many more.

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