The Hyundai Verna has been a nice merchant for the automaker throughout the years. This is in spite of the way that the Verna works in the swarmed average size car fragment. Hyundai will look on getting a greater bit of the pie, and have arranged the facelifted variant for India.
Propelling in 2020, the average size vehicle was as of late spied in China. The Verna facelift was conveying some cover on the front and back, along these lines so as to conceal its changes. Hyundai will give the Verna another front and backside, like that of the Elantra facelift propelling this- year. The facelifted Verna will make its worldwide presentation at the Beijing Auto Show in April. It will get highlights like a refreshed touchscreen infotainment framework, new precious stone cut composite wheels, situate covers, telematics, etc. It will convey changes like another grille, new LED headlamps and tail- lights.
Motor shrewd, there isn't much data with respect to the engine to be set up. We can expect the facelifted Verna to accompany 1.5- liter petroleum and a 1.5- liter diesel as choices. It will be offered with both manual and programmed transmissions. Costs are required to begin from Rs. 8 lakh and go the whole distance to Rs. 15 lakh for the best trims. The facelifted Verna will match any semblance of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Honda City and the Toyota Yaris. This facelift will proceed with the pattern of Hyundai autos getting standard updates here, which appears a fascinating choice from the automaker.
Looking at the existing Verna model, currently Hyundai Verna in India is available in five variants- E, EX, SX, SX+ and SX (O) with prices ranging between Rs 7.92 lakh and Rs 13.99 lakh (ex- showroom, India). Other than the regular version, Hyundai also offers a special anniversary edition of the Verna in the country. The Hyundai Verna is available with four engine options- 1.4- litre petrol, 1.4- litre diesel, 1.6- litre petrol and 1.6- litre diesel. The 1.4- litre petrol engine produces 100 bhp and 132 Nm, while the 1.6- litre petrol engine churns out 121 bhp with 151 Nm of peak torque. Power figures for the 1.4- litre and 1.6- litre diesel engine stand at 87 bhp and 220 Nm and 127 bhp and 259 Nm, respectively. Both 1.6- litre engines are offered with either a 6- speed manual or a 6- speed automatic gearbox, while the 1.4- litre engines are available only with a 6- speed MT.
On the features front, the outgoing model offers automatic projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights (DRLs), electric sunroof, automatic climate control, 7- inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirrorlink, ventilated front seats, rear parking camera with sensors and dynamic guidelines and cruise control, among others. In terms of safety, the Verna packs dual front airbags, ABS, front seatbelts with pretensioners and ISOFIX child seat anchors as standard, across the range. However, the top variant gets four additional airbags over standard equipment.
Ready to go on sale next year, The Verna facelift will go up against the likes of the Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Toyota Yaris, Volkswagen Vento and the Skoda Rapid in the segment. Stay tuned to V3cars.com for further updates on the upcoming Hyundai Verna facelift in India.