Hyundai India has officially revealed prices of the Verna facelift that start from Rs 9.31 lakh (ex-showroom). The updated sedan lineup is spread across four trims – S, (petrol only), S+ (diesel only), SX and SX (O). Read – 2020 Hyundai i20 Interior Revealed
While the petrol models have been made available in the price range of Rs 9.31 lakh – Rs 13.99 lah, the diesel variants cost between Rs 10.66 lakh – Rs 15.10 lakh (all, ex-showroom). There are five engine-gearbox combinations to choose from.
2020 Hyundai Verna Price List
|1.5L S Manual||Rs 9.31 lakh|
|1.5L SX Manual||Rs 10.70 lakh|
|1.5L SX CVT||Rs 11.95 lakh|
|1.5L SX (O) Manual||Rs 12.60 lakh|
|1.5L SX (O) CVT||Rs 13.85 lakh|
|1.0L SX (O) Turbo DCT||Rs 13.99 lakh|
|1.5L S+ Manual||Rs 10.66 lakh|
|1.5L SX Manual||Rs 12.05 lakh|
|1.5L SX Automatic||Rs 13.20 lakh|
|1.5L SX (O) Manual||Rs 13.95 lakh|
|1.5L SX (O) Automatic||Rs 15.10 lakh|
The sedan comes with two petrol engines – a 1.5L naturally aspirated and a 1.0L turbocharged unit. While the former is available with a 6-speed manual and a CVT automatic gearbox option, the latter is paired to a 7-speed dual-clutch (DCT) transmission. The 1.5L gasoline motor makes a top power of 115bhp with 144Nm of torque and the 1.0L turbo engine is good enough for 120bhp and 172Nm of torque. Read – Hyundai Creta 7-Seater Launch Details Out
The diesel models derive power from the 1.5L unit pushing out a maximum power output of 115bhp with 250Nm of torque. The oil burner comes with two gearbox options – a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic. All powertrains meet the BS6 emission norms. Read – 2021 Hyundai Starex MPV Spotted For The First Time
On the exterior, the 2020 Hyundai Verna facelift receives a larger front grille, newly-designed headlamps and alloy wheels, revised taillmaps and rear bumper. Interior of the sedan has been tweaked with new upholstery colour scheme, dashboard with faux wood trim and new AC vents.
On the feature front, the updated Verna offers a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, a full digital instrument cluster, Arkamys audio system, wireless mobile phone charging, ventilated front seats and a sunroof. Major update comes in the form of Hyundai’s BlueLink connectivity suite offering 45 features under different categories. Read – New Hyundai SUV (Fortuner Rival) Under Consideration For India
Safety features such as dual airbags, rear parking sensors, anti-lock braking system (ABS), front seat belt reminders are standard on the lineup. The higher trims are additionally offered with 6 airbags, reverse camera, electronic stability control and a tyre pressure monitoring system. The front parking sensors are exclusively offered on the turbo-petrol variant.
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