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Hyundai Alcazar

Hyundai Alcazar is a 7 seater SUV car with 1.5L and diesel engine and 1.5L petrol engines. Alcazar price in India ranges between Rs. 16.77 Lakh to 21.28 Lakh. The claimed mileage of Alcazar is 18.8 Kmpl on petrol and 24.5 Kmpl on diesel. The car is available in both manual and automatic transmission. It is available in 23 variants and 11 beautiful colours. Considering the price and specs the Alcazar is a tough competition to Kia Carens, Mahindra XUV700 and Maruti Ertiga.
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Hyundai Alcazar Specifications

  • Engine1482 - 1498 CC
  • Mileage 18.1 - 24.5 Kmpl
  • TransmissionManual / Automatic
  • Fuel TypePetrol / Diesel
  • Max Power113.98bhp@4000rpm
  • Seating Capacity7
  • Drive TypeFWD
  • Body TypeSUV

Alcazar Car Features

  • Airbags (Driver, Passenger and Side Front)
  • ABS
  • AC
  • Central Locking
  • Power Steering
  • Max Torque (250Nm@1500-2750rpm)
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Hyundai Alcazar Car Latest Updates

Hyundai has launched the Adventure edition of the Alcazar, which has some cosmetic changes. The Alcazar Adventure version adds new Ranger Khaki color choice and a twin dash cam configuration in addition to blacked-out elements on the outside. For buyers, the new special edition would cost an additional Rs 36,000, based on the Platinum and Signature (O) models.


Features of Hyundai Alcazar

The Hyundai Alcazar is equipped with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an automatic climate control system, wireless phone charging, cruise control, and a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. Additional amenities include a twin camera dash cam configuration, voice-activated panoramic sunroof, and ventilated front seats. On the safety front, it gets all-wheel disc brakes, ISOFIX child seat anchors, hill-start assist control (HAC), electronic stability control (ESC), six standard airbags, and vehicle stability management (VSM) all contributing to passenger safety. A 360-degree camera and tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) are additional safety features.

Hyundai Alcazar Engine

The Hyundai Alcazar is available with two engine options: a 1.5-liter diesel engine producing 116 PS of power & 250 Nm of torque and a 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine producing 160 PS of power & 253 Nm of torque. For petrol turbo engines, there are 6-speed manual and 7-speed dual clutch gearbox options; for diesel engines, there are 6-speed manual and automatic transmission options. These engines now have idle engine start/stop capabilities. It has three driving modes (Eco, City, and Sport) and three traction (Snow, Sand, and Mud) modes. Its generous dimensions with length of approximately 4,500 mm, width of around 1,790 mm, and a wheelbase of over 2,760 mm make it an ideal family SUV.

Hyundai Alcazar Rivals

The Hyundai Alcazar rivals the likes of the Mahindra XUV700, Tata Safari & MG Hector.

Hyundai Alcazar Variants

Hyundai offers the Alcazar in eight main configurations: Prestige Executive, Prestige (O), Platinum, Platinum (O), Signature, Signature (O), Signature Dual Tone, and Signature (O) Dual Tone. The Platinum and Signature(O) trims are also available in the Alcazar "Adventure" version. The color options are seven monotone and two dual-tone hues, which include Ranger Khaki (Adventure Edition), Taiga Brown, Typhoon Silver, Titan Grey, Starry Night, Atlas White, Abyss Black, Titan Grey with Abyss Black roof, and Atlas White with Abyss Black roof.

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Hyundai Alcazar Price

Hyundai Alcazar price starts from Rs. 16.77 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 21.28 Lakh. Alcazar diesel models price starts from Rs. 17.78 Lakh whereas the top Alcazar petrol model price goes upto Rs. 20.63 Lakh. Apart from this Alcazar automatic price start at Rs. 19.24 Lakh and is available in 14 options. Alcazar comes in 23 variants with 11 colour options.

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Alcazar Prestige Turbo 7 Seater

1482 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 16.77 Lakh
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Alcazar Prestige 7-Seater Diesel

1493 cc . Diesel . Manual
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Rs. 17.78 Lakh
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Alcazar Platinum Turbo 7 Seater

1482 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Alcazar Car Pros and Cons

  • Alcazar Advantages

    6/7 seater with space for the family, packed with features, strong safety package, usable boot space even when loaded

  • Alcazar Disadvantages

    Third row is best suited for kids, Not as much road presence as the Safari, Hector Plus or the XUV700

  • Expert's Conclusion

    Great spacious crossover SUV for those looking to do regular leisurely trips with the complete family.

Hyundai Alcazar Expert Review

You might buy into the idea of the Alcazar if you hear ‘please adjust’ quite often or are uneasy with the thought of having a relative sit on your lap for a short trip across town. This new SUV from Hyundai promises some flexibility with an added row of seats when you need it, and a large boot when you don’t. You can spec one with captain seats too if you detest anyone intruding on your personal space. All of this is bundled with the familiarly loaded package we’ve known as the Creta. Sounds like a game-set-match for Hyundai, right? 

Exterior

Hyundai hasn’t bothered hiding the Creta origins of the Alcazar, and that’s a good thing. Like most elder siblings, the Alcazar is longer and taller. A 150mm stretch in wheelbase means larger doors and a flatter window line that looks a lot more sombre. We like how the extra length has been incorporated cleanly by subtly extending the defining lines of the design. The design of the one-size-up 18-inch alloy wheels is a hit or a miss though. 

Dimensions

Alcazar

Creta

Safari

Hector Plus

Length (mm)

4,500

4,300

4,661

4,720

Width (mm)

1,790

1,790

1,894

1,835

Height (mm)

1,675

1,635

1,786

1,760

Wheelbase (mm)

2,760

2,610

2,741

2,750

We also can’t shrug off the disconnect between the front and rear end design. The front screams for attention, making the rear seem a tad too simple in comparison. Hyundai has stretched the grille under the daytime running lamps and embellished it with Palisade-inspired ‘studs’ finished in dark chrome. This could easily end up looking gaudy, but we’re glad Hyundai has managed to keep things classy. 

Comparisons with the Endeavour or the Hexa’s tail are quite natural too given the simple rectangular tail lamps and the large connecting chrome bar with Alcazar embossing. A neat touch comes in the form of twin tailpipes jutting out from the bumper. If you pick the petrol, you get a tiny 2.0 badge on the boot to point at and brag.

Interior

Can the Alcazar seat six or seven adults? With a bit of a squeeze, it can. It’s better off for four adults and two kids considering this 7-seater isn’t any wider than the 5-seater Creta. The primary hiccup then becomes the sense of space. You won’t feel like you’re in a particularly large car, especially in terms of width. 

Compare the maximum kneeroom back to back with the Creta and you’d be surprised to see the Alcazar’s second row feeling a little tighter. It’s the fold-out trays that take away the final few millimetres of kneeroom. Another surprise is that the seat back is actually taller on the Creta, giving 6-footers some additional support around the shoulders. 

But the Alcazar does aim to pamper, especially in the 6-seater version. The seats are wide and supportive, and a great place to unwind after a long day of work. To make the experience that much more relaxing, Hyundai has added a floor-mounted central console that has an armrest with in-built storage and even a wireless charger for your phone. The fold-out picnic trays also feature pop-out cup holders and a slot to park your iPad. Smaller bits such as the plush neck pillows and the ambient lighting extending over to the rear doors bolster the Alcazar’s credentials as a chauffeur-driven car. 

For the family man, the third row should have no issues accommodating kids. Adults can fit in here too — three 6-footers can occupy the three rows — but not for long. It’s easier to be comfortable in the 6-seater version since you get some space between the second row seats to stretch a leg. In the case of the 7-seater, you’d be shifting and jostling trying to find foot room under the second row. We do appreciate the armrests, the AC vents, and the dedicated USB chargers. Also, whether you pick the 6-seater or 7, one-touch tumble for the second row ensures getting in and out of the third row is easy.

You could also view the Alcazar as a Creta with a really large boot. There’s no official number yet, but you get about 579-litres of cargo volume here with the third row folded. This is plenty of space for your pets or a whole lot more luggage. If you spend a lot of time road-tripping with four onboard, the Alcazar is more than accommodating. With all three rows occupied, there’s a healthy 180-litres of space to spare. That’s enough for a couple of soft bags for that quick weekend trip. 

Features

Surprisingly, Hyundai hasn’t bothered with a ‘base model’ for the Alcazar. We say that because the most affordable ‘Prestige’ variant packs in quite a lot of kit. This includes LED headlamps, 17-inch alloy wheels, a 10.25-inch infotainment system, a 7-inch digital driver’s display, and a panoramic sunroof. The starting price of Rs 16.3 lakh (ex-showroom) suddenly doesn’t pinch as much. Move up to the mid-spec Platinum variant and you get a Bose branded sound system, leatherette upholstery, and a powered driver’s seat. 

The party piece from this variant onwards is certainly the 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster picked straight from the parts bin of the global (next-gen) Tucson. With a crisp display and configurable themes, this instrument cluster levels that of cars that cost more than twice as much. Another neat addition is the integration of the feed from the side view cameras into the speedo and tacho pods. That brings us to the next feature unique to the Alcazar: a 360-degree camera. 

This feature opens up a host of views on the touchscreen, including a top view with guidelines for steering position that help parking in tight spaces. We do wish the side cameras had a wider lens, enabling a feed that not only has more width but also height. Also, looking down at the instrument cluster doesn’t feel as intuitive. 

Picking the absolute top-end Signature variant gets you front parking sensors and ventilated front seats. You get practically everything you need. Even in the safety department, the Alcazar gets four disc brakes, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist, vehicle stability management, and a tyre pressure monitoring system as standard. A total of six airbags are available from the Platinum variant onwards. 

Features

Air Purifier With Perfume Diffuser

Smart-Key With Push Button Start & Remote Engine Start

Cruise Control

Blue Link Connected Car Tech

64 Colour Ambient Lighting (extends to rear doors)

Electronic Parking Brake With Auto Hold

Ventilated Front Seats

Drive Modes

Traction Modes (Snow/Sand/Mud)

Paddle-Shifters (automatic only)

Wireless Phone Chargers

Cooled Glovebox

Safety Features

Dual Front Airbags (Standard)

All Wheel Disc Brakes

ABS With EBD

Electronic Stability Control (ESC) & Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)

Hill Start Assist

Auto Headlamps

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Auto-Dimming IRVM

ISOFIX

Rear Parking Sensors

Rear Camera With Dynamic Guidelines

LED Front Fog Lamps

6 Airbags (Platinum / Signature)

Front Parking Sensors (Signature)

360-Degree Camera (Platinum / Signature)

Blind View Monitor (Platinum / Signature)

Engine & Performance

We’re going to take a slightly controversial stand. Between the 1.5-litre diesel and the 2.0-litre petrol, we’d happily pick the diesel. Once the spec sheet drivers are done collectively sighing in disbelief, allow us to explain. 

First, let’s set expectations. If you’re hoping for a surge of torque that pushes you towards the horizon — like the Safari does for example — this diesel isn’t going to impress you. However, if your driving style entails a calm climb to 80-100kmph and a steady right foot, you’d have no issues with the fact that this engine makes ‘just’ 115PS and 250Nm. 

Hyundai has also played around with the gear ratios to suit the additional 80kg that the Alcazar lugs. Keeping this motor spinning over 1500rpm lets you tap into all of the torque. This means in-city driving is a breeze, but overtaking on the highway takes some planning. On inclines, especially with a full load, you’d end up being in a gear lower to ensure you have adequate torque to overtake. If you buy the automatic, the gearbox should take care of this. 

The 2.0-litre petrol raises eyebrows, considering Hyundai had a potent 1.4-litre turbo ready. This naturally aspirated engine is just the right companion for a chill drive. Power delivery is smooth and relaxed, best suited for laidback cruises and calm city commutes rather than attacking gaps in traffic. Shifts from the 6-speed automatic are smooth, but again it prefers if you keep a light right foot. Slamming on the gas has the gearbox behave like a CVT almost, holding the engine up to its redline making it sound coarse. 

Bottom line, take it easy with both engines and you’ll have a relaxed experience. 

Handling & Ride

It also helps that getting used to the dimensions of the Alcazar barely takes any time. You can weave in and out of a bad traffic jam confidently. Similarly, ride quality is expectedly comfortable over smooth roads. Over broken roads, you’ll notice the Alcazar with its 18-inch wheels rides firmer than the Creta. This means some side-to-side movement over the large potholes and speedbreakers. High-speed manners are satisfactory both in terms of insulation and stability. However, it does transfer the wavy, uneven surface into the cabin at highway speeds. 

Needless to say, the Alcazar isn’t meant to attack corners. The higher ground clearance (200mm vs 190mm for the Creta) and the taller height means it rolls noticeably through tight turns. This is amplified with occupants on board, so be sure to account for this during the next trip to the hills. 

Verdict

Hyundai’s asking up to Rs 2.3 lakh over the equivalent Creta for the Alcazar. It’d be even more convincing if this gap was capped at around Rs 1.5 lakh-Rs 1.8 lakh. That said, even with prices ranging between Rs 16.3 lakh and Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom), the Alcazar spoils you silly with feel-good features. You don’t even have to buy the top-spec variant to feel special. 

The Alcazar is clearly a 7-seater for the urban jungle. One that can seat four in luxury, five with ease, six at a stretch, and seven with a squeeze. It’s this flexibility that becomes the Alcazar’s trump card. You always have a large boot should you not need the third row. It’s also loaded with just the feel-good features you need. It’s also unintimidating. The size is easy to get used to, and both engines are tuned to be relaxed daily drivers. 

If all you need is a feature-loaded family car, the Alcazar can be the only car in your garage and yet make it complete. 

Hyundai Alcazar User Reviews

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  • Very nice car and average

    Very nice car and average and comfort very nice looking so good and average very good

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  • 5.0
    Premium features

    Premium features, Better road presence with good after sales service from team hyundai

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  • Driving experience

    Driving experience of this suv has been amazing.The engine gives you optimum performance along with a mileage of 20km per litre in city and 23km on highway.The built is sturdy and strong as it withstood a crash on the national highway with speed of 60km.Service and running cost is less with a bare minimum of 5k per service.

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  • An adventurous Car

    Hyundai is a known brand that makes amazing and practical cars that come at an affordable price as well. The Hyundai aura is one such car that i have been driving for a time now and i have no issues with it. Its a wonderful four wheeler car that has a high driving range and also charges pretty quickly that makes things easy for me. And i always didnt like the pollution caused by other cars so i think that this is a wonderful one as it is eco friendly . Overall it has been comfortable in long rides as well

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  • A Majestic Journey Unfolds

    Embarking on a journеy with thе Hyundai Alcazar fееls nothing short of majеstic, as this SUV combinеs robust dеsign with vеrsatilе pеrformancе. Navigating divеrsе tеrrains is a brееzе, thanks to its powеrful еnginе and adaptivе handling. Thе Alcazar's spacious and wеll-appointеd intеrior, adornеd with modеrn fеaturеs, transforms еvеry drivе into a comfortablе еxpеdition. Whilе thе third-row sеating is a bit cozy, thе ovеrall еxpеriеncе is еlеvatеd by its advancеd safеty fеaturеs and innovativе tеchnology. Thе Hyundai Alcazar stands tall as a symbol of grandеur, offеring a rеgal blеnd of stylе, comfort, and pеrformancе on thе opеn road.

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  • Expensive car

    Most expensive car.In alcazar.Very beautiful in alccazar.Siter system.

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  • Useless worst car don't waste

    Useless worst car don't waste money and time not worth even 10l

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  • 3.7
    Worth Buying

    Hyundai Alcazar is a nice car, stylish, comfortable, and safe, the mileage is not good. The Hyundai Alcazar is a stunning and stylish car that has been turning heads since its launch. With its sleek and aerodynamic design, the Alcazar is a true head turner on the roads.1It is a perfect blend of style, comfort, and safety that is sure to impress even the most discerning car enthusiasts. The Hyundai Alcazar is a perfect example of how a car can be both stylish and comfortable. It has a spacious and well-designed cabin that is designed to provide maximum comfort to its occupants. The seats are plush and well-cushioned, and there is ample legroom and headroom for even the tallest of passengers. The car comes with a host of features like a panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system, and a premium sound system, among others, that ensure that passengers are always comfortable and entertained. When it comes to safety, the Hyundai Alcazar is a class apart. It comes with a host of safety features like airbags, ABS with EBD, hill-start assist, and electronic stability control, among others, that ensure that the occupants are always safe and secure. The car also comes with a rearview camera, parking sensors, and a host of other features that make parking and maneuvering the car a breeze. One of the few downsides to the Hyundai Alcazar is its mileage, which is not very impressive. However, this is a small price to pay for a car that is as stylish, comfortable, and safe as the Alcazar. The car makes up for its mileage with its other impressive features and capabilities. In conclusion, the Hyundai Alcazar is an excellent car that offers a perfect blend of style, comfort, and safety. It is a head turner on the roads and offers ample space for passengers and their luggage. While its mileage may not be the best, the car makes up for it with its other impressive features and capabilities. If you are looking for a car that is stylish, comfortable, and safe, then the Hyundai Alcazar is worth considering.

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  • Change para

    Mileage- the alcazar offers two engine options- 2 litre petrol and a 1.5 litre diesel.The petrol engine, Paired with a6 speed automatic transmission, Provides a smooth and refined driving experience.The diesel variant, Available in both manual and automatic transmissions, Is known for its fuel efficiency coming almost up to 25 kilometers per litre in highway conditions at times.Comfort- the alcazar is a three row suv that is designed with focus on comfort the interior is wekk crafted with quality materials.The ground clearance of 200 am is ideal for indian roads ensuring a comfortable ride.However, The 2nd row legroom is the captain seat variant could be better, And the 3rd row seat is best suited for children.Power - the two 2 liter petrol engine and the 1.5 liter diesel engine provides sufficient power for most driving conditions however the diesel's 113php and 215 nanometers while adequate, (lowest in the segment) although this is the very reason it provides the highest mileage in the segment as well, The 2.0 automatic transmission is tuned very conservatively.Features - auto hold tpms, Etc.It also boasts of featured like fully digital instruments cluster, A 360 degree camera, A second row wireless charger camera a panoramic syndrome panel shifters, A post sound system, Cold sets, And more also it contains sun blinds in the rear passenger seams which is rare.However it misses out on some features like automatic wipers, Illuminated window buttons, Full size spare tire on top trims, Etcetera.In conclusion the hyundai alcazar of balanced mix of comfort, Power and features, Making it a good choice for families.But the premium over the credit on the higher variance might be a bit too much, Ii would also advise you to wait for upcoming alcazar facelift that is going to be launched in the first half of 2024 that is getting an update.

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  • Overall Experience Is Good

    I have bought a Hyundai Alcazar Diesel Signature. 1. It's not at all an underpowered car. 2. The diesel variant gives a very good average with decent, and rather I say more than adequate performance. I drove at around 150kmph highest speed with 6 people on board. I got an average of around 15.5kmpl. 3. If you are not able to decide between petrol and diesel. I recommend you go for diesel as it has very good torque and a very refined engine. 4. I bought this car on Diwali, and when driving in the city heavy traffic. Not at all cumbersome to drive kudos to the 360 camera and design of the car. 5. Only two things I didn't like one is its bose music system is not based don't know if it can be resolved with the software updates. Second road presence is not that good like safari,

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Hyundai Alcazar Colours

Hyundai Alcazar car is available in 11 exciting colours options like Abyss Black, Atlas White, Atlas White With Abyss Black, Starry Night, Titan Grey, Titan Grey With Abyss Black, Typhoon Silver, Ranger Khaki, Phantom Black, Polar White Dual Tone and Titan Grey Dual Tone.
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Hyundai Alcazar Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai Alcazar starts from 18.8 Kmpl to 24.5 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Alcazar Petrol Manual is 18.8 Kmpl and for the Alcazar Diesel Manual is 24.5 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Alcazar Petrol is 18.8 Kmpl and for the Alcazar Diesel Automatic is 23.8 Kmpl.
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Diesel Automatic 23.8 Kmpl 19 Kmpl
Diesel Manual 24.5 Kmpl 16 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 18.8 Kmpl 12 Kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Alcazar

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Q. What is the service cost of Hyundai Alcazar?
  • For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service as they would be able to assist you. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers details.
Q. What are the safety features of the Hyundai Alcazar?
  • The Alcazar’s safety net includes six airbags, vehicle stability management (VSM), hill-start assist control (HAC), electronic stability control (ESC), all-wheel disc brakes, and ISOFIX child seat anchors. Passenger safety is also ensured by tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), rear parking camera, and ABS with EBD.
Q. What is the height of the Hyundai Alcazar?
  • The height of the Hyundai Alcazar is 1675 mm.
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Q. What are the safety features in this car?
  • In the safety department, the Alcazar gets four disc brakes, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist, vehicle stability management, and a tyre pressure monitoring system as standard. A total of six airbags are available from the Platinum variant onwards.
Q. How is the performance of Alcazar in hills?
  • F you’re hoping for a surge of torque that pushes you towards the horizon — as the Safari does for example — this diesel isn’t going to impress you. However, if your driving style entails a calm climb to 80-100kmph and a steady right foot, you’d have no issues with the fact that this engine makes ‘just’ 115PS and 250Nm. Hyundai has also played around with the gear ratios to suit the additional 80kg that the Alcazar lugs. Keeping this motor spinning over 1500rpm lets you tap into all of the torque. This means in-city driving is a breeze, but overtaking on the highway takes some planning. On inclines, especially with a full load, you’d end up being in a gear lower to ensure you have adequate torque to overtake. If you buy the automatic, the gearbox should take care of this. The 2.0-litre petrol raises eyebrows, considering Hyundai had a potent 1.4-litre turbo ready. This naturally aspirated engine is just the right companion for a chill drive. Power delivery is smooth and relaxed, best suited for laidback cruises and calm city commutes rather than attacking gaps in traffic. Shifts from the 6-speed automatic are smooth, but again it prefers if you keep a light right foot. Slamming on the gas has the gearbox behave like a CVT almost, holding the engine up to its redline making it sound coarse. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more -Hyundai Alcazar Review: Stretching The Limits?.
Q. Does this car have fog lamp?
  • Hyundai Alcazar features LED Fog Lamps in all the variants.
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What is the price of the top variant of Hyundai Alcazar?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Alcazar is 21.28 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Hyundai Alcazar?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Alcazar is 18.1 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Alcazar.

What is the EMI of Hyundai Alcazar in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Alcazar in Delhi is Rs. 32,450 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Alcazar?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Alcazar are Tata Nexon EV, Mahindra XUV400 EV and MG ZS EV.

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Diesel (5 years) Rs. 21,057
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