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Hyundai Santro Latest Updates

Hyundai has launched the BS6-compliant Santro in India. Prices are up by Rs 22,000 to Rs 27,000 depending on the variant. However, prices for the Sportz and CNG models remain unchanged. As a result, the Santro now costs between Rs 4.57 lakh and Rs 5.79 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It retains the same 69PS and 99Nm 1.1-litre petrol engine.

Hyundai Santro Price

The price of Hyundai Santro starts at Rs. 4.63 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 6.31 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Santro ranges between Rs. 4.63 Lakh to Rs. 6.31 Lakh. Hyundai Santro is available in 11 variants and 7 different colours.

Santro Specifications

The Santro retains the 1.1-litre Epsilon engine, albeit with BS6 upgrade. Power figures remain the same -- 69PS and 101Nm. A factory-fit CNG kit is available as well, where the engine makes 59PS of power and 86Nm of torque. Transmission options on offer are a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT. However, the CNG is offered with a 5-speed manual only.

Santro Variants

The Santro is currently offered in four variants: Era, Magna, Sportz and Asta. The 5-speed AMT and the CNG option is exclusive to the Magna and Sportz variants.

Santro Features

It comes equipped with features such as a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a reverse camera, rear AC vents, and steering-mounted audio controls. Safety features include a rear parking camera, driver and passenger airbag, front seatbelt pretensioners, and ABS with EBD. Safety tech on the top-end variant includes dual airbags, and ABS with EBD. Sadly, the front passenger airbag is not offered as standard and is limited to the top-spec Asta variant only. Absolutely not done, Hyundai!

Hyundai Santro Competitors

It takes on the likes of the Tata Tiago, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, and WagonR in India.

Hyundai Santro Price List in India

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Santro Era Executive
20.3 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.63 Lakh
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Santro Magna
20.3 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.09 Lakh
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20.3 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.23 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Santro

Q. Which is best car between Hyundai Santro and i20?
  • Since both Hyundai Santro and 2020 i20 are from different segment, choosing one would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the segment, features required, usage of the car, maintenance costs, etc. The Santro packs in a lot, is simple and hassle-free to drive and ticks all the right boxes, leaving very little to be desired. The little hatchback is perfectly suited to cruising around in the city all day and won’t even feel out of place on that weekend trip to the nearby hill station either. We strongly suggest you look past the lower variants and set your sights on the top-spec Asta variant for better features. On the other hand, if you are looking for a feature-rich premium hatchback with segment-first features, wide range of engines/transmissions, premium interiors, and good built quality then you may opt for the Hyundai i20. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Hyundai i20 vs Hyundai Santro
Q. As a new buyer which one is better, KWID AMT or Santro Sportz?
  • Selecting between the Renault KWID and Hyundai Santro would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the powertrain options, features required, maintenance costs, etc. The KWID would be a good option of you are looking for a value for money offering with attractive styling, long list of features, and easier driving traits. On the other hand, the Santro offers smooth and more powerful engine option, quality interiors, supple ride quality and well-equipped variants. Moreover, if you'll be driving more in heavy city traffic then we suggest you to opt for Automatic Transmission which are easier to use and more comfortable for the driver, while Manual Transmission vehicles are less expensive more involved & are more fun to drive on highways. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read More: - Hyundai Santro vs Renault KWID
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Q. Which is better among Santro Magna AMT & Wagonr Vxi AMT? Any idea about the real world mileage of the AMT versions of Santo & WagonR?
  • I own Santro 2020 Era Manual Drive. It gives an average of 20-21 km/pl on Highway without AC and 18-19 km/pl with AC on; In City with Empty Roads it gives an average of 16-18 without AC and 14-15 km/pl with AC on;In City with Traffic on Roads, it gives an average of 13-14 km/pl without AC and 08-12 km/pl with AC on.I was shocked to see these very low average in city so i got my santro checked in Hyundai authorised workshop but they told me that everything is fine in the Car. Unfortunately i am still facing low average issue in City despite having new tyres with accurate pressure also wheel alignment is fine.There are many other issues which i am facing in Santro like its front seats are not that comfortable as compared to old Santro. Rear seat is tool much reclined. Dashboard is unnecessarily big and its steering wheel is too much protruding on the driver.My personal advice is that Swift 1200 cc is much better than Santro 1.1 although Swift is slightly costly than the Santro.:- Vikram, Delhi
  • Santro is more reliable than Wagonr in my opinion. Wagonr may have more boot space but lacks many features like it has only 2 speaker system.Santro gives 12-13kmpl in city and 15-16 kmpl in highways in the AMT version.Don't know about Wagonr AMT mileage.
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Q. Which car is best Wagon R CNG or Hyundai Santro CNG?
  • Both cars are good if you looking for better interior fit and finish and some amount of features santro is good but if your running is more wagon r is better option i think more reliable i know that service experience of MS is not good as hyundai
  • Santro sports cng is good in all aspect in terms of space, features and performance but its approximately 1lac expensive to wagon R lxi cng, moreover build quality is also good of santro so provides you with better safety, but fuel economy is less for santro sports cng as compared to wagorR lxi cng so make your decision accordingly, but santro is a clear winner if price is nor a barrier
  • Both the cars are great in comfort and mileage. if you want to opt for CNG, i would recommend go fo hyundai. because hyundai cars do not feel powerless when running on cng, on the other hand, maruti will feel powerless even on higher speeds. if you are looking a car to drive in city, go for hyndai. both the cars are highly reliable. so in terms of performance, hyundai is better
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Q. Is the Grand i10 NIOS build quality better than the new Hyundai Santro?
  • BOTH CARS ARE TOP NOTCH IN THEN OWN SEGMENTS BUT YES NIOS IS SLIGHTLY PALNTED DURING HIGH SPEED RUNS
Q. My budget is 6 lakh. Grand i10 Nios Era or Santro Sports which is a better choice?
  • You can go for NIOS, but after market OEM upgrades will be costly, however if you want to go for accessory upgrades like music system, fog lamps, etc... from local shops, then it will be a compromise on the quality. In Hyundai cars the OEM factory fitted are way better than the after market upgrades.Therefore choose wisely.
  • I think you should go for Santro Sportz because Grand i10 nios Era is the base model and you will have to spend a lot on aftermarket accesssories.
  • SANTRO SPORTZ ,ONCE DO TEST DRIVE AND FEEL IT
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Editor's View of Hyundai Santro

  • Upside

    Smooth engine, easy-to-drive, well-equipped top-end variant, interior quality from a class-above

  • Downside

    Premium pricing, dual airbags not standard, AMT unavailable in top-end variant


Santro Detailed Review

The original tallboy is back! The sunshine car is back! The legend is back! The Shahrukh-waali gaadi is back! There are so many ways to say that Hyundai’s Santro is back! Packed with practicality, technology and incredible dependability, this Hyundai formed a rock solid bond with many first time car buyers in India. Back in 1998, tech like fuel-injection, fog lamps, all-round power windows and, of course, the tallboy design were very groundbreaking for a budget car. In 2014, this trendsetter went out of production, but in 2018, it is back in an all-new guise. More, and better, competition will make it much more difficult for the new Santro to make the families of today sit up and take notice, and then impress them. Can Hyundai crack the formula again? If so, how? We find out on our first drive.

Looks a bit funny!

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Let’s clear up two things. First, the new Santro looks good in the flesh. In pictures, the design tends to look too busy - at the front it looks like a mashup of the discontinued i10 and the Grand i10. One of the distinctive bits about the Santro when viewed from the side is the window line that dips down at the rear doors to increase the sense of space for passengers. You will also notice the “boomerang” lines over the wheel arches that give it a bit of character. And the Santro buffs will spot some inspiration of the original in the door handles and the B-pillar. The rear looks a bit timid, but neat. Surprisingly, the bold front, the stylised sides and the rear come together quite well and we'd suggest you don’t form an opinion until you see it in person, which brings us to the next point.

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The Santro doesn’t look all that much like a tallboy! Part of it is down to its height being lower than the old Santro by 30mm, but at 1560mm it is still taller than the Grand i10. Also, the Santro is just 15mm narrower than the Grand i10. Additionally, its wheelbase is only 25mm smaller than the Grand i10 and on par with the competition. So, you can think of it as a full step up from the Eon, but only half a step away from the bigger Grand i10.

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But there are areas where the Santro feels like a step down. For instance, it misses out on any of the swag offered by LED elements in the headlamps. Also, alloy wheels aren't offered on any of the variants.

Feels good on the inside?

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Very! Like in luxury brands, the sense of quality inside the cabin doesn't shrink with the price of the car, and the Santro proves that Hyundai is following this approach keenly. It would be no exaggeration to state that the sense of quality inside the cabin would be appropriate even for a car that costs Rs 10 lakh more.

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Tasteful is one way to describe how it feels! The textures for the plastics, the quality of materials used on the dashboard, the way all the switches click, the slightly rubberised finish of the switches under the 7.0-inch infotainment system and the colour inlays that surround the air-con vents, gear lever and infotainment system are all top notch. The bombastic Diana Green Santro you see here is equally colourful on the inside with matching inlays and seatbelts! Even the seats get contrast stitching and some splashes of green to spice things up. These elements stand out all that much as the cabin gets an all-black treatment here, instead of the normal dual-tone with champagne coloured inlays. This is definitely a pick for those looking for a bold and exciting vehicle! Even the stock fabric and faux leather combo for the well bolstered front seats is tasteful.

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The cabin design, like the Verna, is simple and mature. But, there are some flourishes too, like the propeller design for the aircon vents and the power window switches that float just behind the gear lever. Speaking of which, the gear lever itself looks gorgeous on the automatic. Practical storage touches include a nifty tray on the passenger side of the dash for your mobile and a cubby above the gear lever.

Comfy?

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There is enough room for a family of four with plenty of kneeroom and headroom for adults in the front seats. However, the Santro misses out on seat height adjustment and tilt steering entirely. On the upside, drivers of average height or less won't have reasons to complain as the seat base is set quite high. However, taller drivers will find themselves a bit cramped and awkward.

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Rear occupants will miss the high-set seating position of the old Santro, though, as the rear seat is a bit low set. However, it offers decent support for adults and the kinked windowline does open up the sense of space. A big miss here are adjustable headrests!

Okay what does it pack and miss?

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On the safety front, Hyundai is offering ABS and a driver airbag as standard. It is a shame that the passenger side airbag is only available in the top-end Asta variant. Pretensioner-equipped seatbelts are also limited to this variant. The Hyundai Santro with dual airbags has scored two stars in the Global NCAP crash test, under the #SaferCarsForIndia initiative. The absence of seat height and tilt-steering adjustment and adjustable headrests for the rear bench are annoying misses too. Smaller details like the inability to close the air-con vents and the lack of an opening mechanism on the boot also trip you up a bit.

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Creature comforts include rear aircon vents, a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity from the Sportz variant onward. The Asta also gets a reversing camera, reverse parking sensors and rear washer and wiper.

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We've mentioned the lack of alloy wheels, LED DRLs on the outside and when we club it with the other missing features, it seems that Hyundai has done so to keep the Santro at a safe distance from the Grand i10. For instance, the base D-Lite variant which is one lakh cheaper than the Grand i10, misses out on many basics including an air-con, which is available in the larger Grand.

What drives?

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Remember the 1.1-litre petrol from the old Santro? Well, it’s back! The Epsilon makes 69PS of power and uses a 5-speed gearbox. Turn on the ignition and the four-cylinder engine settles down into a smooth idle. While it isn't as quiet as Hyundai's Kappa engines, it is better than the competition.

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The Santro's light clutch and sweet-shifting gearbox make the commute easy. The engine is calm while commuting or while cruising in the city, but if you want a change of pace, you would need to work the gearbox. Unlike most city-focused commuters, the Santro doesn't feel extra torquey at low revs, offering a clean pull through the rev range instead. The tall gear ratios are responsible for this calm and easy going nature - the Santro is capable of doing an indicated 50kmph in 1st!

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On the upside, it feels relaxed at 80kmph and capable of covering long distances without feeling tiring. Hyundai claims a fuel efficiency of just over 20kmpl for both the manual and automatic variants.

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Yes, the Santro is also being offered with an AMT transmission that has been developed in-house at Hyundai. This AMT feels smooth and quick to use and will be a great option for urban dwellers.

Small & soggy?

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Not at all! You'd be surprised at the way the Santro rides! This little car feels a lot more grown up and composed than its size would suggest. Potholes and bumps don't toss you or the Santro around. The 165/70 R14 tyres are fairly grippy and you can sense how much grip you have as you chuck it through corners. Credit for this also goes to the steering, which is meaty at highway speeds and light for commuting duties. The front disc brakes offer strong bite and are easy to modulate too. So, you can expect to take this small Hyundai for long-weekend journeys.

Sum it all up..

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Yes, the Santro has changed. The tallboy is more sophisticated now, packing in more appeal on the outside and inside. The richness of the cabin is complemented by its practicality. While it won’t rival the Maruti Suzuki WagonR for the stadium-style seating feel, there is enough sense of space to keep occupants satisfied even on longer journeys. While the engine isn’t peppy, it will handle whatever you throw its way, with the AMT making it even easier to live with in the urban jungle.

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While the Santro packs in a fair amount of features, Hyundai has made many cutbacks. The lack of tilt-adjust for the steering, lack of seat height adjustment for the driver's seat and the absence of a passenger side airbag on all except the top-end Asta variant are very disappointing. While this helps keep the Santro at a safe distance from the Grand i10, it also dulls some of its appeal. As a result, for a small family, the new Santro will surely be an appealing and practical option, albeit a pricey one.

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Hyundai Santro Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai Santro ranges from 20.3 Kmpl to 30.48 Km/Kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of Santro Petrol Manual is 20.3 Kmpl In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Santro Petrol is 20.3 Kmpl
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Santro User Reviews

3.9 /5
1353 reviews
  • Mileage
    3.8/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
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  • Comfort
    3.9/5
  • Safety
    3.6/5
  • Features & Styling
    3.7/5

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32% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    Performance ok currect tim oil change and service vehicle is good comfort seating overol look good now car aome sctrched littile bit scrsctche iam going to retest my car 2022

  • 2.3

    Good value for money weekend car for family outingnow used on daily basisgood car overallbut now up for green tax

  • 4.3

    Best car in this segment . .

  • 2.7

    Getting a car in india is always special.In my case, I wanted to buy a beautiful new car for my parents.Spending hours of research, I finally closed santro sportz over tiago and celerio.My folks were extremely happy even though they were pushing me to get a second hand car only :) lets begin the customer experience from sales to after sales: i reached home after first free service.While reversing the car, I felt the clutch fell down or broke.I couldn't move the car and had to call the road side assitance (amazing service).But, Not a great feeling to send your new car by tow-truck in front of your neighbors.4 points bad customer service:1) they forced me to accept that i drive with clutch pressed.2) car was kept in service center for 3 weeks saying the crank shaft is broken and the part will come from korea.3) a welding was proposed on broken the crankshaft on a brand new car4) no temporary vehicle was offered to me even after escalating the issue to higher authorities as well.Finally, When i told them that keep the car and pay me daily compensation, They sent the car very next day.One year after above episode, Front glass has a crack.Service center says it can easily happen in winters:(overall i think it's a good looking, Feature packed car with driving comfort but pretty bad on quality and mileage.

  • 4.0

    Good vehicle good mileage and a very favourable family car my personal opinion for this car the pickup

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  • 4.7

    I bought the new Hyundai Santro Sportz AMT (Anniversary Edition) in December 2019. The anniversary edition was a great choice as it had reverse parking sensors, dual airbags and reverse parking camera as well which the normal Sportz variant didn't have at that time. Also in the exterior there are black roof rails, black door handles, black ORVM'S and greyish black wheel covers. The car has excelled in evey aspect except some. Now I would highlight some aspects and my verdict about them for this car. SAFETY- 3.5/5 as it has received a two-star NCAP rating. Still when you shut the doors you will feel that this car's build quality is good. Also you get dual airbags in Sportz AMT and Asta variants.COMFORT- 4/5 This is one of the main strong points of this car. You get many features for your comfort and convenience like Rear AC vents, Steering mounted audio and phone controls, 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, 4 speakers etc. Some features for easy driving like Rear parking Camera, Reverse Parking Sensors, Good Visibility, Rear defogger etc. The reason I gave 4/5 in comfort is because it lacks adjustable headrests in both rows, no height adjustable driver seat, no tilt steering.PERFORMANCE- 4.5/5 It is a great city car especially due to its AMT transmission option. However, driving enthusiasts would not be a big fan of this 1.1l 68 bhp, 99nm engine. You will not get that exta punch but the engine is just perfect for this car. The engine is very refined there is almost no engine noise or road noise as it is a 4 cylinder engine. The NVH levels are very low which is again a good point about this car.EXTERIOR- 4/5 Well it is definitely a good looking car but it somehow reminds us of the Grand i10 or Eon. No doubt it has some different looks than the i10 or Eon. But it has its own charm which is also a great point about this car.MILEAGE- 4.5/5 I live in Jammu where there isn't much traffic like in Delhi or Mumbai. I get a mileage between 13 kmpl and 14.5 kmpl in city. In highways it ranges between 15.5 kmpl and 17 kmpl.OVERALL VERDICTThe santro has retained its 22 years old legacy in India with this new generation santro. It definitely gets a spot in top 3 cars in the segment. It promises a comfortable ride for a family of four or even of five up to an extent with decent enough legroom and headroom and that rear ac vents which add up to the comfort of the car. It definitely has to gear up a thing or two like driver's comfort and pricing. But still it is a good enough package for anyone with a budget of less than 7.5 lakhs (on road price) and the santro has really impressed me too.

  • 5.0

    my evergreen CAr forever even I have Vw polo... it's amazing performance look and speed and disappointed about mileage... same as polo I have groom space and dashboard clearance views.. easier to drive in cities and traffic.. I have used car for 7 years.. I have did only 3 service.. for 47,000kms ... Even its seconds Santro I purchased it runs like two wheeler anywhere in cities.. I have driven karnataka tamilnadu states in my car.. tirupati.. very less Maintainence.. no sensor problems.. but polo I faced many problems once water s done for polo car entire sensors will stop working for changing senor it' costing very high price.. polo users are one who handle their car safely. you can see many polo cars on roads which doesn't have any scratches on cars and they are only one who gives the car on periodic services and service records can be seen on car instrument cluster shows entire things.. Cruz'e control available on polo automatic climate control changes electric mirror steering adjust seat height adjust arm rest cool cabin and good leg grooms and stylish look Aero dynamics are good for performance and stylish.. if sensors are maintained good without falling in water it can be good enough for maintainence... ground clearance s less but use the cars in towns and cities.. village users don't choose the cars.. use traffic less route and junk roads it may hit under chase.. use good roads to improve suspension... gear shifting and steering are quite good n good pickup.. mileage is about 14.7 1200 petrol engine.. better than Swift cars.. polo takes race swift cars easier ... swift is not used by professional business mans.. users don't buy swift cars it's all taxi drivers and travelers using cars.. Indica swift are not so surprised cars for own board users.. many yellow board cars are Swift cars.. so everyone hates swifts Every 6000-7000kms need to service.. spare parts are low strength on Maruti Suzuki.. body quality of swift is very very poor... bolts and nuts fateners are like local parts... see the bolt nuts fasteners in polo car it's heavy and design of nuts and bolts locks becoz it have holding s***p and threading holes... but holding strips for polo are good tightened it cant remove easily by spanners.. it need pneumatic gun to remove the screws in vw polo..

  • 2.7

    Getting a car in india is always special.In my case, I wanted to buy a beautiful new car for my parents.Spending hours of research, I finally closed santro sportz over tiago and celerio.My folks were extremely happy even though they were pushing me to get a second hand car only :) lets begin the customer experience from sales to after sales: i reached home after first free service.While reversing the car, I felt the clutch fell down or broke.I couldn't move the car and had to call the road side assitance (amazing service).But, Not a great feeling to send your new car by tow-truck in front of your neighbors.4 points bad customer service:1) they forced me to accept that i drive with clutch pressed.2) car was kept in service center for 3 weeks saying the crank shaft is broken and the part will come from korea.3) a welding was proposed on broken the crankshaft on a brand new car4) no temporary vehicle was offered to me even after escalating the issue to higher authorities as well.Finally, When i told them that keep the car and pay me daily compensation, They sent the car very next day.One year after above episode, Front glass has a crack.Service center says it can easily happen in winters:(overall i think it's a good looking, Feature packed car with driving comfort but pretty bad on quality and mileage.

  • 3.0

    Prices of the BS6 Santro Hatchback would range from around 4.7 lakhs for the basic-spec model and 6.25 lakhs for top-spec variants. So this amounts to a price hike of about 22,000 to 27,000 depending upon the variant. Also, the Era Executive, Sportz, and Sportz AMT now are at a premium of Rs. 28000. However, the CNG variants remain unchanged. The new version will be powered by a 1.1 liter BS6 compliant Engine that produces the same output of about 69 bhp and 99nm torque.k The other features and safety kit will remain the same apart from transmission 5-speed manual Gearbox and an AMT unit. Features such as rear parking sensors, reverse camera, dual front airbags, and rear wiper/washer, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with the latest smartphone connectivity, front and rear speakers will be reserved for the top-end

  • 3.0

    पुरानी सेंट्रो एक मजबूत इंजन वाली पतली , छोटी और लंबे लोगों के लिए बैठने में सुविधाजनक ऊँची गाड़ी , जिसको किसी भी भीड़-भाड़ वाले इलाके में बिना ड्राइवर के सेल्फ-ड्राइव करके ले जाया जा सकता है । नई सेंट्रो अधिक चौड़ी और अपेक्षाकृत कमजोर गाड़ी है ।

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Santro Colours

  • Typhoon Silver
  • Star Dust
  • Polar White
  • Mariana Blue
  • Diana Green
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Hyundai Santro Service Cost

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Petrol (5 years) Rs. 11,205
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Hyundai Santro Offers

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Santro FAQs

What is the price of Hyundai Santro Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Santro is 6.31 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Hyundai Santro?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Santro is 20.3 Kmpl - 30.48 Km/Kg. Also check User Reported Mileage of Santro.

What is the EMI of Hyundai Santro in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Santro in Delhi is Rs. 8,960 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Santro?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Santro are Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Celerio and Tata Tiago.

What is the boot space in Hyundai Santro?

The boot space in Hyundai Santro is 235 L. View full specification of Santro

What are the best financing options for Hyundai Santro?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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