Hyundai launches the Alcazar in India at Rs 16.30 lakh, ex-showroom (starting price). The Alcazar is available in six variants with two engine options.
Bookings for the Alcazar began ahead of launch for a token amount of Rs 25,000. Deliveries is said to being in the coming days. The Alcazar top Signature variants will be available only via Hyundai Signature dealerships.
Colours Options Single-tone: Taiga Brown Typhoon Silver Polar White Titan Gray Phantom Black Starry Night Dual-tone: Polar White + Phantom Black Titan Gray + Phantom Black
The Hyundai Alcazar is an extended version of the Creta. As a result, the front-end of the new SUV is recognizable with the same split-style headlamps. However, similarities between both models stop there. The Alcazar features a 3D honeycomb grille finished in chrome and a new front bumper design. From the side, the most significant exterior changes are the new rear quarter panel because of three-row seating.
Similarly, the rear of the Alcazar features a new split-style taillamp design. Tail lamps at either end are connected by a chrome bar with the ‘Alcazar’ moniker in bold lettering. Other features: LED headlamps, tail lamps & turn-signal indicators, 17-inch or 18-inch alloy wheels, Roof rails, Faux scuff plates at either end, Dual-tip chrome-finished exhaust, Roof integrated spoiler, Shark-fin antenna and All-around body cladding.
Much like other models in the brand’s line-up, the Alcazar is loaded with features. Hyundai has given the three-row SUV several segment-first features. This includes: 10.25-inch digital TFT instrument cluster, Blind View Monitor (BVM), 2nd-row smartphone wireless charger, 8-speaker premium Bose audio system, 64 colour ambient lighting, 2nd-row tip & tumble, Seatback table for rear passengers and Auto air purifier.
Apart from the segment-firsts, there are other features on the Alcazar as well. 8-way power-adjustable driver seat 10.25-inch infotainment system, BlueLink connected technology with OTA updates, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay connectivity, USB charging ports in all three rows, AC vents for all three rows, Remote engine start, Panoramic sunroof, D-cut steering wheel with mounted controls and Climate control.
The Alcazar is offered in petrol and diesel engine options. Both engines are offered with a choice of either a six-speed manual or a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission. Power is sent to the front wheels as standard. 2.0-litre petrol engine Max power: 157bhp @ 6,500rpm Peak torque: 191Nm @ 4,500rpm Fuel efficiency MT: 14.5kmpl (claimed) Fuel efficiency AT: 14.2kmpl (claimed) 1.5-litre and for diesel engine Max power: 113.4bhp @ 4,000rpm Peak torque: 250Nm @ 2,750rpm Fuel efficiency MT: 20.4kmpl (claimed) Fuel efficiency AT: 18.1kmpl (claimed)
The Alcazar also receives a host of safety equipment as standard. As mentioned earlier, the SUV gets a Blind View Monitor (BVM) to make changing lanes a breeze. As soon as the turn-signal indicator is engaged, the BVM shows a live view of that particular side on the instrument console. Other safety features: Three traction-control modes: Snow, Sand, Mud ABS with EBD Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Hill Start Control (HSC), Electronic parking brake with auto-hold, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Auto headlamps, 360-degree camera and 6 airbags.
Speaking about the warranty, the Alcazar comes with a 3-year / unlimited kilometres warranty + RSA as standard. Customers can choose to extend the warranty to a 5-year / 1,40,000km. The extended warranty is transferable to the next owner.