Hyundai Creta EX has been launched in India and has been priced at Rs.10.84 lakhs for the petrol manual transmission variant and Rs.10.99 lakhs for the diesel manual version.Continue reading “Hyundai Creta EX Priced From Rs 10.84 Lakh”
Hyundai is now gearing up to unveil its new compact SUV Hyundai Qxi Venue for the Indian subcontinent.Continue reading “Hyundai Qxi (Venue) Compact SUV India Unveil On April 17, 2019”
Hyundai has now come up with the new Hyundai Tucson N Line version of its Tucson SUV, with a modified steering and suspension setup, making it more driver-centric.Continue reading “Hyundai Tucson N Line With 182bhp Revealed”
The 8th generation Hyundai Sonata has been revealed. The company has released a set of photographs which shows various aspects of the car. The car was slated for global unveiling at the New York Auto Show on April 19th later this year.Continue reading “Next-Gen Hyundai Sonata Officially Revealed | Indian Drives”
New Hyundai i20 will be priced from Rs.6.64 lakhs. The base Era petrol version will have the lowest price. The updated lineup would include a new Magna+ trim in place of the Magna Executive and it would be priced at Rs. 7.51 lakh for the petrol and Rs 9.25 lakh for the diesel.Continue reading “2019 Hyundai i20 Priced From Rs 6.64 Lakh”
Hyundai Creta SX(O) features list have been expanded. The car has already received a top spec SX(O) Executive variant. It is now available in a total of six variants.Continue reading “Hyundai Creta SX(O) Gets Expanded Features List”
There is a lot of excitement for the new Hyundai Santro 2018 that is launched a couple of months ago. We bring you the six key pillars on how the car is built.
Hyundai will soon add two new variants to its automatic Hyundai Verna lineup. As of now the Verna automatic variants is not available in the top spec trims and if we go by dealers then there seems to be heavy demand for an automatic, more feature heavy Verna, in the market.
Autocar is reporting that Hyundai will launch the next generation of Creta in 2020. The new Hyundai Creta will get new styling cues along with new features and powertrains.
The new Hyundai Santro has been launched in India starting at Rs.3.89 lakhs and going up to Rs.5.64 lakhs for the top most variant. The car has been launched in 9 different variants and will be available in petrol and CNG versions. Design wise, Hyundai chose to keep the older Santro’s tall body design and departing from it at the same time. The new Santro will be available in seven different colour shades – silver, white, grey, beige, blue, red and green.