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Hyundai Verna

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Rs. 11.00 - 17.41 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
Verna On Road Price
Base Model
  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 11.00 Lakh
  • RTORs. 1.10 Lakh
  • InsuranceRs. 52,118
  • On-RoadRs. 12.62 Lakh
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Hyundai Verna Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 1482 - 1497 CC
  • Power 157.57bhp@5500rpm
  • Torque 253Nm@1500-3500rpm
  • Transmission Manual / Automatic
  • Mileage 18.6 - 20.6 Kmpl
  • Fuel Type Petrol
  • Boot Space(Ltrs) 528 Liters
  • Airbags Driver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Safety Rating 5 star
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Hyundai Verna Variants and Price

Hyundai Verna base model price starts at Rs. 11.00 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 17.41 Lakh. The price of Verna automatic models starts from Rs. 14.27 Lakh.
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Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Verna EX
1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
More than 2 months waiting
Rs. 11.00 Lakh
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Verna S
1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 11.99 Lakh
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1497 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 13.02 Lakh
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Hyundai Verna Latest Updates

The 2023 Hyundai Verna has secured a full five stars in the Global NCAP crash safety test. It's the first made-in-India Hyundai to secure a full five stars in the crash test, a commendable feat considering its offering such as the Hyundai Creta and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios fared poorly. The Korean marque's compact sedan secured five stars in both the Adult Occupant Protection and Child Occupant Protection parameters.

Hyundai’s compact sedan is offered in four broad trims and comes with petrol power only. The Verna 2023’s styling is now more bold, it gets a more upmarket interior and sees a big improvement to its safety kit. It’s also a size larger than the model it replaces.

Hyundai Verna Key Highlights

Features: Top new features offered with the 2023 Verna sedan include ventilated and heated seats (segment first), powered driver’s seat, Bose sound system, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Venue-like digital driver’s display, ambient lighting and mainly, a full ADAS suite. The sedan continues to offer equipment like automatic climate control, wireless phone charger, a sunroof, and keyless entry with button start. Apart from ADAS, the 2023 Verna gets six airbags, electronic stability control, ABS, parking sensors and ISOFIX child-seat mounts.

Engine: The Hyundai Verna 2023 comes with engine choices comprising a 115PS, 1.5-litre naturally aspirated (NA) petrol engine and a new 160PS, 1.5-litre turbo-petrol mill. The new power units are compliant with RDE norms and are E20-compliant as well (they can run on petrol with 20 percent ethanol blend). A six-speed manual is offered as standard, while automatic options include a CVT and a seven-speed DCT, for the NA petrol and turbo-petrol engines, respectively. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Verna NA petrol returns 18.6kmpl and 19.6kmpl for the manual and automatic variants, respectively. On the other hand, the turbo-petrol variants claims to deliver 20kmpl and 20.6kmpl for the manual and automatic variants, respectively. Sizewise, the new Verna is 4,535mm long, 1,765mm wide, 1,475mm tall and sits on a 2,670mm wheelbase. It has a 528-litre boot volume.

Rivals: The 2023 Hyundai Verna rivals the Skoda Slavia, VW Virtus, Honda City, and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.

Variants: The 2023 Hyundai Verna comes in four broad trims: EX, S, SX, and SX(O). In terms of colour options, your choices include Abyss Black Metallic, Atlas White, Fiery Red, Starry Night, Tellurian Brown Pearl, Titan Grey and Typhoon Silver. There are also two dual tone options: Atlas White/Abyss Black and Fiery Red/Abyss Black.

Safety Rating: The Verna has scored a 5 star safety rating in NCAP crash tests.

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Hyundai Verna Pros and Cons

Verna Advantages

Spacious cabin with great seat comfort, rich features package with the right focus on ease of use, engines offer a strong blend of smoothness and performance, ADAS-calibration for Indian driving conditions has been done right

Verna Disadvantages

Styling won’t appeal to those who prefer subtle designs, some odd feature misses: adaptive cruise control only with the turbo-DCT, no wireless support for Android Auto/Apple CarPlay

Verna Expert's Conclusion

The Hyundai Verna is a great all-round sedan that gives you the space and practicality you need along with the futuristic tech you’d want

Hyundai Verna Expert Review

The 2023 Hyundai Verna arrives with a two-pronged purpose: Make up for what was lacking in its predecessor and deliver a more thorough “baby-Elantra” experience.


Let’s address the biggest point of controversy with this new Verna. Blown away as people were by the design sketches, the actual car has opinions split on how it looks. Truth be told, the car is much better-looking than it is photogenic. The fundamental hiccup is how many cuts, creases, louvres and patterns have found their way onto the different panels, resulting in a design that is distinct but not subtle. Then again, the Creta invited identically polarising comments when it debuted in 2020, so maybe opinion-splitting design is a net positive?

Importantly, the new Verna is a larger car. In a similar vein as compatriots Volkswagen Virtus and Skoda Slavia, the Verna has upsized the segment itself and is currently among the widest and longest. Even the sedan’s wheelbase has grown to 2,670mm (+70mm) but that increase sounds bigger on paper than it is in person. Visual or functional, any impact here is a function of how the car has been reimagined from scratch.

Up front, the design is derived from the new generation Hyundai Sonata, that has just been revealed globally, with the biggest talking point being the Cyclops-style single-piece LED strip above the bumper-integrated LED headlights. The side profile is where there’s an evident shift in design, with the car going from its slender front end to muscly, Tucson-like haunches as you move to the rear. 


  • Get the base 1.5-litre petrol engine, and the 16-inch alloy wheels are silver. 

  • Move up to the turbo and the same wheels get painted black while the front brake callipers get finished in a shade of red.

  • Pick the turbo-DCT, and you’ll get rear wheel disc brakes as well.

The heaviest dose of styling, without a doubt, is at the rear. All the body panel-carving is more apparent in brighter colour options like red, silver or white. The light cluster includes a body-wide LED strip, a different strip of light pins for the brakes and a separate set of strips underneath the tail lamp for the indicators and reverse lamps.


To make a long story short, the Verna’s backseat has gone from being the least impressive in the segment to one of the best. Even passengers who are over six feet tall have good seat comfort, knee room and headroom. Those who have a hefty build will like the seat contouring as well. 

While the Virtus and Slavia have more strongly defined lateral support edges and work a little better as dedicated four-seaters, the Verna’s seats are more accommodating for large frames. The Verna also does a better job of seating three at the rear though it is still a slight squeeze for adults. Also, while you do get three point seatbelts for everyone, there is no middle headrest.

Rear Seat Amenities

2 x USB Type-C charge ports

AC vents with phone slot underneath

Rear Sunshade

Armrest with cupholders

The 528-litre boot is plenty accommodating for airport runs/weekend family trips with a wide loading mouth for easier access.

Command Centre

The 2023 Hyundai Verna’s dashboard looks the most futuristic, but the Honda City still has a slight edge when it comes to how premium the cabin is to touch and feel. While the cabin plastics feel slightly better than the Virtus or Slavia’s, Hyundai has also been more generous with the use of soft-touch/leatherette materials on the interior trim. 

There’s also more attention to detail when it comes to elements like the leatherette seat upholstery or damped action of the AC vents that make this cabin feel richer.


  • As standard, the Verna gets a beige-black interior with the SX (O) getting brown contrast stitching on its leatherette-upholstery

  • The turbo versions get a black interior with red contrast finishers

Here’s a run-through of the features and their execution:

  • 10.25-inch touchscreen: Smooth and intuitive to use with the screen offering good resolution as well. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are supported but not wirelessly, even though there is a wireless phone charger. Additionally, while there are type-C and type-A ports up front, only the latter can be used to engage the aforementioned phone projection features.

  • BOSE 8-speaker music system: Impressive sound quality. The presence of a central speaker on the dash and subwoofer at the rear helps the system offer a good experience for both, front and rear occupants whereas most cars in the segment are heavily front row-biased.

  • Digital instrument cluster: Similar interface as the Hyundai Venue’s with a TFT MID in between two digital displays. The drive modes change the theme around the cluster but it isn’t as interactive as the setup you’d get in the Alcazar, which would feel better in this car.

  • Heated and ventilated seats: Work effectively with the seat ventilation being surprisingly quiet!

  • Powered driver’s seat: Electrically-adjusts the seat base’s fore-aft movement as well as the backrest angle but the seat height is adjusted manually. An annoying cost-cut!

  • 64-colour ambient lighting: Wide range of colours aside, the ambient light is integrated tastefully into the AC vents, across the dashboard and the front door pads.


  • The AC console has a switchable display that doubles up as the media controls at the touch of a button. For example, the temperature and blower speed knobs will switch to the tuner and volume control knobs.

Other Features


Tilt/telescopic Steering

Auto Headlamps (no auto wipers)

Auto-Dimming IRVM

BlueLink Connected Car Tech

Home-To-Car Connectivity Via Alexa or Google Assistant

Highline Tyre Pressure Monitoring

Electronic Parking Brake (DCT only)

All-round 3-point Seatbelts

Six airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX and rear parking sensors come as standard safety features with the 2023 Verna. Moving up the range adds stability control, hill-hold, front parking sensors and a rear camera with dynamic guidelines. No surround-view camera, but the major safety upgrade is the suite of driver-assistance systems


  • Adaptive Cruise Control: Offered only with the turbo-DCT, the system maintains a 2.5-3 car gap at its lowest setting. If traffic cuts in between that gap, the system paces down gradually and in a predictable manner, unlike many ADAS-equipped vehicles that tend to panic brake or drop speed in a jerky fashion.

  • Forward Collision Avoidance: The speed-sensitivity is tuned very well for Indian conditions. Even with half a car distance to a vehicle ahead, the system knows when to warn the driver and when to intervene with auto-braking. The distinction helps reduce the risk of getting rear-ended that some ADAS setups suffer from in Indian road applications. 

  • Lane-keep Assist: A very well-executed system that keeps the car dead centred even at 80-100kmph through curves in the road. Corrective inputs from the system feel natural and can make highway driving less taxing. In the event that you need to break lane without the opportunity to indicate (say, to avoid large puddles, unmarked stopped vehicles or debris that unfortunately garnish our highways often), the steering does try to push you back into the lane but not so aggressively that you have to fight it into a lane-switch.

Other features like rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot collision warning and safe exit warning also work organically and will make a first-time ADAS-adopter feel comfortable.

Engines & Performance

The naturally-aspirated 1.5-litre petrol’s biggest draw is smoothness. The engine delivers its performance in a very progressive manner and with the CVT, the pace-up is at its smoothest. For commuting in city traffic, it is the easier to manage and calmer of the two engines.

Technical Specifications

1.5-litre 4-cylinder petrol

1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbo-petrol








6-speed manual | CVT

6-speed manual | 7-speed dual-clutch automatic

ARAI-Rated Fuel Efficiency

18.6kmpl | 19.6kmpl

20kmpl | 20.6kmpl

That said, the 1.5-litre turbo is plenty polished in itself. While there is some initial lag, it doesn’t feel sluggish at low speeds nor does it feel jerky for daily drives. Both the six-speed manual and seven-speed dual-clutch automatic feel commuter-friendly but it is the turbo-DCT we’d tilt towards. Not only is the transmission responsive, it’s also super smooth through upshifts and manages shift shock well even with the sharp downshifts. 

The turbo’s primary selling-point is its highway performance. The N/A petrol has enough grunt to sit at 100-120kmph at ease but it does get vocal during overtakes, even from 40-60kmph. In comparison, the turbo offers a punchier mid-range and makes filtering through highway traffic an easier affair. 

The SX (O) turbo-DCT is just over Rs 1 lakh pricier than the SX (O) IVT. That is a small leap to make for the added performance, the addition of rear disc brakes and adaptive cruise control as well. Not to mention, it also gets you a sportier looking car on the inside and out, if that’s what you’d prefer. That said, while ARAI’s test cycle puts the turbo’s fuel-efficiency above the N/A petrol’s, real world tests are likely to bear the opposite result. Something we will verify during our road test schedule.

As for ride comfort, our drive through Gurugram was almost entirely on well-paved roads where the Verna felt plenty comfortable. Sharper bumps will be felt in the cabin but it’s not too soft or bouncy on the recovery. Similarly, with three people on board, it felt comfortable at 100-120kmph as well.


Hyundai may market this car with terms like “ferocious” or “futuristic” but the one true achievement of this sedan and the word that describes it best is “balanced”. The new Verna has plentiful space and practicality for a whole family, the features package is rich with the right focus on usability, the engines offer the right blend of performance and convenience and even a halo bit of tech like ADAS has been calibrated to make you adapt to it, easily/happily so.

The one point of polarisation would be the looks, but that’s simply a matter of personal preference. Otherwise, the new Verna is simply a car we’d happily recommend buying.

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Car is excellent. Been using

Car is excellent.Been using it from past 6 years and can't say anything but it's supreme.

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Vikrant (Verified User)

Lower model


Nice have very nice at lower model also and it is value for money car and mileage is also very good infact in ac also so i will definitely recomend to buy this if your budget is 13-14 lakhs

Vikrant's Verna gives mileage of 18 kmpl
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1482 - 1497 CC
1498 CC 999 - 1498 CC 1482 - 1497 CC 999 - 1498 CC 1197 CC 1462 CC 1197 - 1498 CC 1482 - 1497 CC
Fuel Type
Petrol Petrol Petrol / Diesel Petrol CNG / Petrol Petrol Petrol / Diesel Diesel / Petrol
Automatic / Manual
Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual
18.6 - 20.6 Kmpl
17.8 - 18.4 Kmpl 18.12 - 20.08 Kmpl 17.4 - 21.8 Kmpl 18.73 - 20.32 Kmpl 17 Kmpl - 22 Km/Kg 20.04 - 20.65 Kmpl 17.96 - 20.1 Kmpl 17 - 20.7 Kmpl
119.35bhp@6600rpm 113.98bhp@5000-5500rpm 113.18bhp@6300rpm 114bhp@5000-5500rpm 82bhp@6000rpm 103.25bhp@6000rpm 115.05bhp@3750rpm 157.81bhp@5500rpm
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Hyundai Verna Colours

Hyundai Verna car is available in 9 exciting colours options like Atlas White/abyss Black, Titan Grey, Fiery Red, Typhoon Silver, Abyss Black, Fiery Red Dual Tone, Tellurian Brown, Starry Night and Atlas White.
  • Atlas White/abyss Black
  • Titan Grey
  • Fiery Red
  • Typhoon Silver
  • Abyss Black
  • Fiery Red Dual Tone
  • Tellurian Brown
  • Starry Night
  • Atlas White

Hyundai Verna Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai Verna starts from 20 Kmpl to 20.6 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Verna Petrol Manual is 20 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Verna Petrol is 20.6 Kmpl.

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Questions & Answers on Verna

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Q. How many color options are available for the Hyundai Verna?
  • The Hyundai Verna is available in 9 different colours - Fiery Red Dual Tone, Fiery Red, Typhoon Silver, Starry Night, Atlas White, Titan Grey, Tellurian Brown, Abyss Black and Atlas White Dual Tone.
Q. Is it available in CSD?
  • The availability and price of the car through the CSD canteen can be only shared to you by the nearest dealership. Moreover, we would suggest you to visit the nearest dealership so that you may get the required assistance. Click on the given link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Q. Which color is best in Hyundai Verna?
  • Hyundai Verna is available in 9 different colours - Fiery Red Dual Tone, Fiery Red, Typhoon Silver, Starry Night, Atlas White, Titan Grey, Tellurian Brown, Abyss Black, and Atlas White Dual Tone. Every colour has its own uniqueness and choosing a colour totally depends on individual choice. So, we would request you to discuss it with your family so that you can finalize the colour to be purchased.
  • Will there be an N Line Verna or not, does Hyundai have any plans for Verna N Line?
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Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of the Hyundai Verna?
  • The fuel tank capacity of the Hyundai Verna is 45 liters.
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Q. How many colours are available in Hyundai Verna 2023?
  • Hyundai Verna is available in 9 different colours - Fiery Red Dual Tone, Fiery Red, Typhoon Silver, Starry Night, Atlas White, Titan Grey, Tellurian Brown, Abyss Black and Atlas White Dual Tone.
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Q. What is the price of the Hyundai Verna 2023?
  • The Hyundai Verna is priced from INR 10.90 - 17.38 Lakh (Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi). To get the estimated on-road price of this vehicle, you may click on the given link and select your city accordingly for the price details.
  • The Hyundai Verna is priced from INR 10.89 - 17.37 Lakh (Ex-showroom price in Delhi). To get the estimated on-road price of this vehicle, you may click on the given link for the price details.
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Hyundai Verna FAQs

What is the price of top model of Hyundai Verna?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Verna is 17.41 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Hyundai Verna in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Verna in Delhi is Rs. 21,287 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Verna?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Verna are Honda City, Volkswagen Virtus and Skoda Slavia.

What is the boot space in Hyundai Verna?

The boot space in Hyundai Verna is 528 L.

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