Hyundai's India-bound Verna facelift has made its official debut at the Chengdu Motor show in China.
At first glance, it sports various cosmetic changes and a radical design that matches up with earlier spy images. Cosmetic changes include a trapezoidal grille, larger headlamps, silver inserts, revised front and rear bumpers and two new sets of alloy wheels among others. Inside, the sedan gets blacked out interiors, a larger touchscreen infotainment system and an all-digital instrument cluster. It is also expected to get Hyundai’s Blue Link connectivity features.
Under the hood, the Verna is expected to get BS6-compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines from the Kia Seltos in different states of tune. Aside from that the new 1.5-litre petrol mill could also get a 48V mil-hybrid trim.The facelift is also expected to be mated to a 6-speed manual with a CVT and a 6-speed torque converter option like the Seltos.
It is expected to launch in India either at the 2020 Auto Expo or before April 2020 when the BS6 norms kick in. It is expected to come with a price tag at a premium over its predecessor. Once launched, the Verna could rival the likes of theMaruti Ciaz, the recently updatedToyota Yaris, Skoda Rapid and the Volkswagen Vento.
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Very well maintained insideout Single owner single hand car with 80% highway miles means no city braking, cluth and suspension usage. This is a top end variant with Push start button, key less entry, all disk brakes and alloy wheels, 6 airbags, leather upholstery & POLK 4 speaker music system with FOCAL amplifier fitted. More than anything else the car drives very well without any issues with excellent ride quality. Come check it out then take a call
Poorest of poor quality mechanics. Only outside beauty and styling is there. Overheating problems still exist, even after replacing major parts including engine assembly. Moreover nobody responsible from Hyundai will even attend to your call, not even the state head. Only the local area manager will talk to you , that too in a harsh tone, as though he is the owner of HMIL and is your godfather. Kindly do not buy Hyundai cars.
Verna and grand i10 are my daily commute vehicles.i purchased this beast Next gen Verna in 2018 march till today I've clocked 30k kms when ever I take this beast out of my parking it always puts a smile on my face interiors are just fab! Pretty much equal to a 30lakh car. Power is available right from 1200rpm but power delivery is linear you won"t get that kick in the pant feel.Fe-15kmpl/city , 18-19/highway
I am having Verna Base model 1400 cc petrol . But it is good for long drive. Comfort & space are good . I am facing steering problem to some little extent. It lags to left side and causing some strain on right hand. When brought it to notice of service center they are saying nothing . Such problem is not felt in i20 & i10 which too I drive
Very poor service, sent car to service centre Rutu Hyundai, Kalyan for 10000 km servicing. And complained to attend abnormal irrational sound of doors and steering but the dealer returned the Wehicle without attending the problem and informed the same has attended and rectified. After so many reminders they are not turned with solution.
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