Hyundai will design and introduce new 14-inch alloy wheels on the new Santro in 2019.
Hyundai has revived its Santro brand in India with high expectations. Featuring an all-new design, best-in-class cabin quality and several segment-first features, the new Hyundai Santro 2018 has been priced quite competitively. While the petrol models cost between Rs 3.89 lakh – Rs 5.46 lakh, the CNG variants are priced at Rs 5.23 lakh (Magna) and Rs 5.64 lakh (Sportz).
The new Hyundai Santro 2018, however, misses out on some important features such as alloy wheels, adjustable steering wheel and height adjustable driver’s seat. The aforementioned features aren’t even offered as an option on the range-topping variant. Save the Asta trim, all variants of the hatchback are devoid of the passenger airbag. Read – New Hyundai Santro Vs Tata Tiago
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According to a latest report, the South Korean carmaker will design and introduce new 14-inch alloy wheels on the new Santro in 2019. Though, the alloys will be reserved for the top-spec Astra trim. Till then, the aftermarket alloy wheels will solve the purpose and it won’t affect the warranty of the vehicle. Read: New Hyundai Santro Vs Maruti WagonR
Hyundai has confirmed that it will start exporting the new Santro to Southeast Asia, Europe, Latin American and South Africa in 2019. The carmaker aims to retail 8,000-9,000 units per month. At the launch of the hatchback, the company revealed that it received over 23,500 bookings for the new Hyundai Santro 2018 and it commands a waiting period of around 4 months in select cities. Read: New Hyundai Santro Vs Renault Kwid
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