New-generation Hyundai Verna is all set to hit showrooms in India on August 22, 2017. A few days back, the engine and feature details of the sedan leaked on the web. Now, the mileage figures of the car have been revealed through a leaked scan of ‘Product Customer Module’. The presentation also shows a comparison study with its arch rivals – i.e. Maruti Ciaz and Honda City.
The new Verna will be offered with two engine options – a 1.6L petrol and a 1.6L diesel – paired to a 6-speed manual and an automatic gearbox. As per the leaked information, the 1.6L petrol manual variant will deliver a mileage of 17.70kmpl and the automatic model will return 15.92kmpl. On the other hand, the diesel counterparts will be more efficient offering fuel economy of 24.75kmpl and 21.02kmpl with manual and automatic gearbox respectively. Read – New Hyundai Verna vs New Honda City
|Variant||Mileage (ARAI certified)|
|Hyundai Verna 1.6 Petrol Manual||17.70kmpl|
|Hyundai Verna 1.6 Diesel Manual||24.75kmpl|
|Hyundai Verna 1.6 Petrol Automatic||15.92kmpl|
|Hyundai Verna 1.6 Diesel Automatic||21.02kmpl|
The current-generation Verna 1.6L petrol and diesel versions give a claimed fuel efficiency of 17.01kmpl and 23.9kmpl (MT) – 19.08kmpl (AT) respectively. That means, the new-gen Verna is slightly more frugal than the outgoing model. However, the sedan still lags behind the City and the Ciaz that offer a mileage between 17.8kmpl – 26kmpl and 20.7kmpl – 28.1kmpl respectively. Interestingly, the Verna is the most powerful and torquiest car in its league. Read Comparison – New Hyundai Verna Vs Maruti Ciaz
Proportionally, the saloon’s new-gen model is longer than the City. Though, it’s the Ciaz that takes the lead in the segment. The headroom of the Verna stands at 948mm which is 18mm and 34mm more than the City (930mm) and Ciaz (914mm) respectively. The sedan stands tall with a height of 1475mm, and measures 1729mm in width. The Verna has the least boot space (480-litre) than the City (510-litre) and Ciaz (510-litre). Check Out: New Hyundai Verna vs Old Verna – What is the difference?
The list of standard features include halogen headlamps, pole roof antenna, full wheel cover, dual-tone interior, fabric upholstery, central locking, dual airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX mounts. The range-topping variant, additionally, gets projector headlamps with LED DRLs, electric sunroof, 16-inch alloy wheels, Auto link connected car technology, 7.0-inch infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Mirror Link connectivity, leather upholstery, 6-airbags and smart key.