Hyundai Aura is a 5 seater sedan car available at a price range of Rs. 5.99 Lakh to 9.36 Lakh in India. It is available in 12 variants and 9 colours. Hyundai Aura comes with BS6 compliant petrol and diesel and CNG engine options. The Aura has a boot space of 402 litres. The petrol engine of Aura is a 1197cc unit and 998cc unit which generates a power of 81.86bhp and a torque of 113.7nm. The 1186cc diesel engine of Aura puts out 81.86bhp of power and 113.7nm of torque. The third engine is a CNG that develops 81.86bhp@6000rpm of power and 113.7nm@4000rpm of torque. The Aura is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of Aura ranges from 20.5 Kmpl on petrol to 25.4 Kmpl on diesel.
Hyundai Aura Key Specifications
|Petrol Turbo||Diesel Turbo||Petrol||CNG|
|998 cc||1186 cc||1197 cc||1197 cc|
|20.5 Kmpl||25.4 Kmpl||20.1 Kmpl||NA|
|Manual||Automatic & Manual||Automatic & Manual||Manual|
Bootspace 402 Liters
Hyundai Aura Latest Updates
Hyundai has increased the prices of the Aura by up to Rs 8,000. The sub-4 sedan is priced from Rs 5.97 lakh to Rs 9.35 lakh (ex-showroom).
Hyundai Aura PriceThe Aura is priced from Rs. 5.99 - 9.36 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Aura comes in 12 variants of spec and feature combinations and available in 9 colours. The price of Aura petrol variants ranges between Rs. 5.99 Lakh to Rs. 8.72 Lakh while the prices of Aura diesel variants start at Rs. 7.91 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 9.36 Lakh. The prices of Aura CNG variants start at Rs. 7.67 Lakh and the top-end CNG is priced at Rs. 7.67 Lakh. Aura also comes with 3 automatic variants starting at Rs. 7.28 Lakh.
|Aura Variants||Ex-Showroom Price|
|Aura E||Rs. 5.99 Lakh|
|Aura S||Rs. 6.78 Lakh|
|Aura S AMT||Rs. 7.28 Lakh|
|Aura SX||Rs. 7.47 Lakh|
|Aura S CNG||Rs. 7.67 Lakh|
|Aura S Diesel||Rs. 7.91 Lakh|
|Aura SX Option||Rs. 8.03 Lakh|
|Aura SX Plus AMT||Rs. 8.22 Lakh|
|Aura S AMT Diesel||Rs. 8.41 Lakh|
|Aura SX Plus Turbo||Rs. 8.72 Lakh|
|Aura SX option Diesel||Rs. 9.17 Lakh|
|Aura SX Plus AMT Diesel||Rs. 9.36 Lakh|
- Petrol (7 Variants)
- Diesel (4 Variants)
- CNG (1 Variant)
- Manual (8 Variants)
- Automatic (4 Variants)
20.5 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 5.99 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View Festival Offers|
20.5 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 6.78 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View Festival Offers|
Aura S AMT
20.1 Kmpl . Petrol . Automatic
|Rs. 7.28 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View Festival Offers|
20.5 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 7.47 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price||View Festival Offers|
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Editor's View of Hyundai Aura
Impressive interior quality, 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine brings a sporty flavour, loaded with features at a competitive price.
Looks can be a bit controversial, engine refinement has gone down with BS6 update, strict four-seater.
Aura packs in all the features and powertrain combinations that will keep you smiling on a daily basis. And in a market that's looking for exactly that, the Aura may not make the biggest ripple but has enough going for it to stir up the pond.
Aura Detailed Review
The sub-4 metre sedan segment has lost some of its sheen to the more popular SUVs, but they still account for nearly 3.5 lakh units annually and that's a number that's hard to ignore for any manufacturer. With Honda yet to launch BS6 variants and Maruti dropping out of the diesel game altogether, the timing seems about perfect for Hyundai to launch an offensive.
Hyundai is therefore taking a measured approach, paying close attention to what it is you, the customer, wants from a compact sedan. So let’s see if they have been listening to their own research. Hyundai Aura Price
Exterior styling - 34%
Based on Hyundai’s market research on all the things you consider when shopping for a sub-4 meter sedan, looks rank the highest, so that should mean the Aura should be the best looking sedan in the segment right?
Hyundai’s new ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design language was eloquent with the Nios and the hatchback looked proportionate, cute and striking. With the addition of the boot to the design, we think that Hyundai has made a few compromises. The first being the black contrasting panel on the C-pillar, which seems to break the natural direction of the shoulder line like a speed bump. And we can’t help thinking that the new connected tail lamps might have looked better if they were mounted the other way around.
Based on the reactions we received when we released the first look and walkaround videos when the car was first revealed in December last year, opinions are clearly divided down the middle with people either loving the looks of the new Aura and others downright hating it. One thing for certain no matter which camp you belong to though, the Aura certainly has made an impression.
Interior design and Equipment Levels - 14%
The interiors of the Aura are similar to what we’ve seen and loved in the Grand i10 Nios. So they still feel and look top notch and segment leading. The touch screen functionality, fit and finish levels and all the controls are similarly great. What distinguishes the Aura from it’s hatchback sibling are the dash, gear lever surround and the door trim accents that get a chocolate brown/bronze colouring.
The interiors of the Turbo petrol get a different black treatment both for the dash and the fabric of the seats but with some nice red accents on the side air con vents, climate control dials and the piping on the seats.
Wireless charging and cruise control in the top-spec petrol stand out and you still get all the essentials - an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Arkamys-tuned audio, Android Auto Apple Carplay, a cooled glovebox and climate control. Like all other Hyundais, the Aura is kitted out as best as you could hope for in the segment both in the SX(O) and SX+ variants.
In terms of safety equipment, the Aura gets 2 airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors as standard.
Interior Roominess and Seat Comfort - 15%
Comfy seats, plenty of knee room in the rear for average-sized adults, a drop down armrest and rear air con vents - what more could you want from in a compact sedan? The Aura stays on par on these fronts when stacked up against its main rivals such as the Dzire and the Amaze. There are two places where Hyundai could have improved things a bit and that’s the width of the cabin. And in tilting the seat backs rearwards and closer to the sloping roof line, to free up some space in the second row, they have reduced headroom when compared to what was available in the Nios. While this has made the seating position very relaxed, it’s still only comfortable for 4 passengers and 5 adults will still be a squeeze in this cabin.
The boot may divide aesthetic opinions but on space, it’s right up with the best in the segment at 402 litres. Only the Amaze and the Tigor offer more boot space, but there’s still more than enough space in there for a vacation worth of luggage for the family. If there is one complaint, it would be to have a physical button on the boot itself. As it stands now, you have to pull a lever in the cabin if you don’t have the key fob at hand.
Acceleration and Performance - 12%
The 1.2-litre Kappa petrol remains unchanged in output and specifications but is now BS6 compliant. It’s beautifully refined with little or no vibrations and very little engine noise entering the cabin at city speeds. City driving with this engine is a breeze as the power delivery is gentle and linear. If calm and collected is your style, then this is the engine for you. It’s available with either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT. In the AMT, shifts are smooth and imperceivable in traffic, but drive excitedly and the shifts will feel slow.
The 1.0-litre Turbo GDi is a different beast and is our pick of the three engines in the Aura lineup. It pulls nicely from low rpms and the jump in power and torque is immediately apparent. It’s the same unit from the Venue but in a lower state of tune. Also, it is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission. Driving in traffic is really easy and you can leave the car in just one gear and allow the extra torque work for you when you get back on the throttle. While it is nice to drive, it’s not really what you’d call a sporty engine. And even though it pulls keenly from low rpm, power tapers off around 4500rpm.
The new EcoTORQ diesel is based on the same architecture of the old 3-cylinder diesel, but with changes to the internals to help it clear the BS6 emission requirements. This diesel feels like it pulls stronger than the engine from the Xcent, but there is also now a more pronounced step in power delivery when the turbo kicks in. We only managed to drive the AMT equipped car and this felt at home in the city with the light steering pairing nicely with the smooth shifting AMT transmission through the crowded streets of Indore. Out on the highway, the AMT and diesel pairing is just as easy to drive, with head nod only evident when you get on the throttle hard for an overtake.
One disappointment was the refinement of the diesel engine. The old 1.2 diesel was so smooth and silent that after start up, you were sometimes left wondering if it was really a diesel. That’s not the case with the new EcoTorq, which is audible in the cabin and also accompanied by some vibes that can be felt through the steering wheel and the floorboards as well.
Comfortable Ride - 6%
The Aura is nicely set up for spending time in the city and rides comfortably over speed breakers and the occasional pothole. However, you do feel some of the smaller imperfections in the road at highway speeds. When lightly loaded with just the driver and a passenger, the ride is smooth and planted. However, with a full load of things, it can get a little bumpy in the rear over bad roads and the cabin takes time to settle at higher speeds.
The Turbo has a different tune to its suspension and while it’s similarly comfortable over bad roads, it’s more comfortable for 4 passengers and also settles faster after going over level changes and expansion joints at triple digit speeds.
Efficiency - 17%
All BS6 engine options promise impressive frugality. And despite being a turbo with a little more performance on tap, Hyundai is still claiming 20.5kmpl, the same as the 1.2 NA petrol, which is quite impressive for both. The diesel is more frugal, of course, with Hyundai claiming 25.35kmpl.
Price - 10%
Priced between Rs 5.80 lakh and Rs 9.23 lakh, the Aura drives a hard bargain against its biggest rivals - the Dzire and Amaze. It also offers a full range of gearboxes and engines to choose from. The pricing is very competitive and on par with some of the Dzires variants and undercutting many of Honda Amaze’s variants.
Hyundai is casting a wide net with the Aura, it has something to appeal to everyone. A smooth refined family petrol for the town, a BS6 diesel for the high millers and a peppy turbo for the responsible adult who still wants a bit of excitement behind the wheel. There's no glaring faults with it and yet nothing really stands out either. Yes, some of us do have to get over how that boot looks but there’s no denying that the Aura still packs in all the features you need in a cabin that will keep you smiling on a daily basis. And in a market that's looking for exactly that, the Aura may not make the biggest ripple but has enough going for it to stir up the pond.
Aura User Reviews
Dear friend for your all kind information whoever all interested to purchase Hyundai Aura vehicle before that you people should ask concern team what're future available in all variant including accessories top to bottom ask them then go through purchase because we would've purchase past 3 days back new Hyundai Aura SX 1.2 VtVt Petrol Manuel but some few disappointed us main thing there is no engine to bumper crash guard so people check and ask them each and everything
Awesome Sporty looking Mini Sedan. Decent cabin space for 4 passengers. Smooth to drive. Very good mileage even in city conditions. Enough boot space. Pickup good enough for a smooth city drive, don't expect that extra turbo pickup which maybe their turbo model has. Front looks very appealing. Rear could have been better. The black C panel adds beauty to its rear thus masking the rear flaws. Overall very satisfied with the car
Best looking car, more features in less price like wireless charging, mileage approx:- 21-22kmpl, Boot space is good, trunk of that car is very impressive because of big space, new colour options, stylish alloy and sports like interior, but you will not get wireless charging in last all 4th models but in top model and second model will get wireless charging.
good mileage, comfort and. premium interior good car in handling good thing is this car comes in 3 engine option 1 lit turbo for fun to drive, 1.2 diesel for more torque and mileage, 1.2 petrol for smoother driving and 1.2 petrol CNG is for daily routine people i love this car by premium look and interior in this subcompact sedan segment.
Excellent in driving, very nice breaking, pickup also not bad, comfortable riding, Space is very good. KPL is not that good when the car is fully loaded. If load is in lesser side it gives 22KPL in highwayNot happy with the headlights, it should have been more effective.
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Hyundai Aura Colours
- Fiery Red Turbo Pack
- Polar White Turbo Pack
- Titan Grey
- Typhoon Silver
- Typhoon Silver Turbo Pack
- Vintage Brown
- Alpha Blue
- Fiery Red
- Polar White
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Aura
- The interiors of the Aura are similar to what we’ve seen and loved in the Grand i10 Nios. So they still feel and look top-notch and segment-leading. The touch screen functionality, fit and finish levels and all the controls are similarly great. What distinguishes the Aura from its hatchback sibling are the dash, gear lever surround and door trim accents that get a chocolate brown/bronze colouring. The interiors of the Turbo petrol get a different black treatment both for the dash and the fabric of the seats but with some nice red accents on the side air-con vents, climate control dials and the piping on the seats.Read more -2020 Hyundai Aura: First Drive Review.
- For CSD availability we would suggest you to exchange your words with the CSD staff as they will be the better person to assist you with the tie-up dealerships. Moreover, you can click on the link to check the nearest dealership details.
- As per your requirements, we would suggest you to either go with the Tata Nexon XMA or the Honda Amaze S CVT. The Amaze makes for a very capable and appealing car that retains Honda’s solidity and comfort. However, if you want a more exciting petrol sedan, you might want to look at the Aura’s turbo-petrol or, even the Dzire petrol. On the other hand, the Nexon offers the best in segment ride quality. It’s sure-footed mannerisms mean that it makes you feel safe and its biggest ace is the rear seat experience, which can easily be termed amongst the best in the segment. 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.
- I have recently bought Amaze cvt petrol BS6 model for my Dad, we have been using Maruti and Tata brand for the past 30 Yrs, this is first time we have changed brand, Honda Amaze is best car, this has got best Honda Engine in the world, I-Vtec is Honda flag ship engine, this engine is so refined and this can run for 11 lakh kilometers, if maintained and properly serviced, i have seen couple of youtube videos on this engine, and in realtime, in dubai one taxi driver was using Honda city petrol 2002 model which has got same engine i-vtec, meter reading was 4.8 lakh kilometers he was telling he never opened this engine, just changing engine oil, sprak plugs on time, major breakdown for him was Automatic transmission change. And every 90k kilometers timing belt change is required. Ok coming to my experience on amaze, this has got robust and refined engine, Average fuel shown in meter is 9.5 Kmpl, but in real time i am getting 13 km, just clocked only 1000km, need to wait till second service.But i have done a big mistake, instead of going for Petrol i would have gone for diesel cvt, it is so much refined then petrol. Interior quality is good, safety wise 5 star rating. Pick up is good and torquy engine, rear seat comfort is good.
- Automatic Trim: Amaze > Aura Looks: Personal: Amaze > AuraManual: Turbo charged Aura > AmazeMileage: Aura > AmazeFeatures: Aura > AmazeBuild: Amaze > AuraComfort: I haven't driven Aura but Amaze feels comfortable and spacious.If you can wait go for Facelift version of Amaze which is yet to come next year, and by then Aura will mature a bit to have a better opinion.
- If you are tall then you might have issue with driving Aura. Driving seats are raised so you'd need to bend your neck a bit to get a good view of the road besides Aura front seats are too curved with no adjustable headrest. I got cervical because of it. Now I always put a pillow when driving long
- Archit this is a sufficient amount for all other competitors too but my personal suggestion is that you should buy honda City IVTECH base varient. Because all the required features are available except for reverse parking camera which you can easily get from after market. rest features are almost same whatever are there in rest of these car including alloy wheels.
- I will go with baleno it's good take mid variant and do some extra fittings.. It's done And amaze is also good
- Sorry i mean honda city.. there is even verna or ciaz
- No not yet. I am also concerned about safety rating. I have sent multiple follow-up mails to hyundai customer care they haven't responded. It seems we cam expect only 2 rating same as Nios
Hyundai Aura News Updates
Savings Of Up To Rs 50,000 Offered On Hyundai Hatchbacks In September 2021Sep 6, 2021 | By Sonny Rex
2021 Hyundai Aura Gets Minor Feature Updates And A Price HikeApr 16, 2021 | By Team ZigWheels
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Wondering Which Hyundai Aura Variant Suits Your Needs? Here You GoJan 24, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
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Hyundai Aura Mileage
|Fuel Type||Transmission||ARAI Claimed||User Reported
This is the real mileage given by maximum number of Aura owners
|CNG||Manual||28 Km/Kg||25 Km/Kg|
|Diesel||Automatic||25.4 Kmpl||20 Kmpl|
|Diesel||Manual||25.35 Kmpl||25 Kmpl|
|Petrol||Automatic||20.1 Kmpl||16 Kmpl|
|Petrol||Manual||20.5 Kmpl||16 Kmpl|
Hyundai Aura Expert Reviews
Hyundai is aiming high with the Aura and there’s a multitude of engine, transmission and fuel options to appeal to a wide audience. So does it have what it takes to make a big splash?Jan 28, 2020
Hyundai Aura Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 13,607|
|1.0 Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 13,763|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 17,913|
Hyundai Aura Offers
OfferAura SX Plus AMT Diesel offersOffer By : CompanyValidity : 03 Nov-30 Nov
OfferAura S AMT Diesel offersOffer By : CompanyValidity : 03 Nov-30 Nov
What is the price of Hyundai Aura Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Aura is 9.36 Lakh (Delhi).
What is the EMI of Hyundai Aura in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Aura in Delhi is Rs. 11,605 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
What are the top competitors of Hyundai Aura?
What is the boot space in Hyundai Aura?
The boot space in Hyundai Aura is 402 L. View full specification of Aura
What are the best financing options for Hyundai Aura?
Is Hyundai Aura better than Maruti Dzire?
55% users have chosen Hyundai Aura over Maruti Dzire in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out User rating comparisons.
Is Tata Tigor better than Hyundai Aura?
65% users have chosen Tata Tigor over Hyundai Aura in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out User rating comparisons.