South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai
launched the new Verna sedan in the Indian market for Rs 7,99,900 (ex-showroom
Delhi) onward. The new 2017 Verna boasts of bold and sophisticated looks and
gets some segment leading features. Hyundai is offering the new Verna with a
1.6L petrol motor and a 1.6L diesel mill. The starting price for the petrol
variant is Rs 7,99,900 while that for the diesel is 9,19,900.
Prices of variants in (Rs)
To begin with the new 2017 Hyundai Verna
gets sophisticated looks. Unlike the 4th generation Fluidic Verna which sported
curvy lines, the new Verna gets arrow straight lines and an executive appeal.
This shift in design language is also witnessed on the new Hyundai Elantra
which gets a more refined and dapper appearance.
The new 5th generation 2017 Hyundai Verna
will go up against rivals Maruti Ciaz and Honda City. Apart from an overhaul of
the exteriors, Hyundai has also made some changes on the mechanical front. The
new Verna will be offered with a 1.6L, CRDi diesel mill and a 1.6L, VTVT petrol
engine. Both engines will get the options of 6-speed manual and 6-speed
On the inside Hyundai is offering brand new
interior layout and design with dual tone black and beige colour theme. The
cabin features good build quality and use of quality materials all around. On
the features front additions such as ventilated front seats, automatic climate
control, keyless entry and engine start/ stop button, cruise control, reverse
parking camera and sensors, electrically adjustable and retractable ORVMs,
cooled glovebox and a lot more.
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