Hyundai Santro is likely to see a price hike up to Rs 15,000.
Hyundai India will soon update the model lineup of its popular hatchback – Santro. According to a leaked scan, the South Korean carmaker will discontinue the entry-level Era trim and the D-Lite will be named Era Executive. The new Era Executive base variant will feature body-coloured front bumper, dual-tone body-coloured rear bumper, front power windows and manual AC unit.
The Santro Magna petrol manual and Magna CNG variants will get 2 Din audio system with front speaker and USB and Bluetooth connectivity, steering mounted audio controls and micro antenna. The Sportz AMT trim will receive passenger airbag, front seat belt pre-tensioner and rear parking camera. No changes will be made to the Magna AMT, Sportz, Sportz CNG and Asta trims. Read – Hyundai to launch Genesis Luxury Brand in India
The carmaker will allocate the new Santro trims once they liquidate the existing spec stock at variant/colour level from the facility. Hyundai will also revise prices of the new Santro hatchback. While the official price list will be revealed in coming days, it’s likely to see a price hike up to Rs 15,000.
Currently, the petrol variants of the small car come in the price range of Rs 3.90 lakh – Rs 5.47 lakh. The Magna and Sportz CNG trims are available at Rs 5.24 lakh and Rs 5.65 lakh respectively. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. Read: 2020 Hyundai Grand i10 – 5 Big Expected Changes
The Santro derives its power from the naturally aspired 1.1L, 4-cylinder petrol engine that’s good for 69bhp and 99Nm. Transmission choices include a 5-speed manual and a new 5-speed AMT (developed by in-house). The hatchback returns a claimed mileage of 20.3kmpl.
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