South Korean automaker Hyundai is celebrating its 20 years of operation in the country along with the 72nd Independence Day. Celebrating both the occasions, the manufacturer has introduced new price for the Hyundai Grand i10 Magna petrol at Rs 4.99 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Additionally, the petrol variants of the Grand i10 in Sportz and the Asta trims are also available for a special price of Rs 5.49 lakhs and Rs 5.99 lakhs (both ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. Also, all three variants are available with exchange/loyalty bonus of Rs 20,000 and government employee benefits of Rs 5,000 in the country.
Under the hood, all the three Grand i10 petrol variants – Magna, Sportz and Asta get the same 1.2-litre petrol engine that generates 81 bhp of power and 114 Nm of torque, which means that everything about the powertrain of the car remains the same. Other than the powertrain, all the features and specifications also remain unchanged for the variants of the Hyundai Grand i10 and the interested customers can avail the special price benefits on the above-mentioned variants till 20 August 2018.
Other than this, Hyundai is offering special benefits of Rs 60,000 with the Eon, benefits of up to Rs 90,000 with the new Xcent on both Petrol and Diesel variants as well as special exchange benefit of Rs 20,000 on all the variants of Elite i20, i20 Active and the Verna. The petrol and diesel variants of the Elantra and the Tucson also attract free insurance and special exchange benefit of Rs 30,000.
Recently, the automaker has officially revealed the Separate Sound Zone (SSZ) audio system technology in order to enhance the music listening experience inside a car. The technology not only allows each passenger in the vehicle to experience music of his/her own choice without a headphone but also enables passengers to attend phone calls and listen to vehicle alerts privately. Though, it still needs to be modified and improved and Hyundai is working on it currently. Talking about the India launch, the automaker has not confirmed the details but we can expect it to take place soon after the technology is launched globally. However, it is likely to be limited to the top of the line models in the Hyundai and Kia lineups.
Stay tuned to V3cars.com for further updates on the Hyundai’s SSZ sound technology system.