Buying A New Hyundai Car Will Now Be Heavier On Your Pocket

Except for the new i20, prices of all Hyundai cars have been increased


Hyundai India has increased prices for all its models except the newly launched fourth-gen i20. The price hike has been attributed to the rise in input costs. Here are the latest prices of the affected models:


Old Price

New Price



Rs 4.63 lakh to Rs 6.31 lakh

Rs 4.67 lakh to Rs 6.53 lakh

Rs 600 to Rs 4,900

Grand i10 Nios

Rs 5.12 lakh to Rs 8.35 lakh

Rs 5.19 lakh to Rs 8.41 lakh

Rs 2,900 to Rs 7,390


Rs 5.85 lakh to Rs 9.28 lakh

Rs 5.92 lakh to Rs 9.32 lakh

Rs 2,200 to Rs 9,800


Rs 6.75 lakh to Rs 11.65 lakh

Rs 6.86 lakh to Rs 11.67 lakh

Rs 1,760 to Rs 12,400


Rs 9.02 lakh to Rs 15.17 lakh

Rs 9.11 lakh to Rs 15.20 lakh

Rs 2,700 to Rs 12,100


Rs 9.81 lakh to Rs 17.31 lakh

Rs 10 lakh to Rs 17.54 lakh

Rs 17,000 to Rs 31,000


Rs 17.60 lakh to Rs 20.65 lakh

Rs 17.80 lakh to Rs 21.10 lakh

Rs 15,000 to Rs 45,000


Rs 22.30 lakh to Rs 27.03 lakh

Rs 22.55 lakh to Rs 27.33 lakh

Rs 31,000 to Rs 39,000

  • The price hike ranges between Rs 600 to Rs 45,000 depending on the model you pick.



Prices for the Santro have been increased by up to Rs 4,900. The Magna CNG and AMT variants are the least affected while the Magna MT and Sportz MT trims are the most affected. 

Grand i10 Nios


The Grand i10 Nios, priced between Rs 5.19 lakh and Rs 8.41 lakh, has seen a price increase of up to Rs 7,390. Prices of most of the variants have been increased by around Rs 6,000, of which the Magna variant is affected the least. 



Hyundai’s sub-4 metre sedan is now dearer by up to Rs 9,800. The Aura’s CNG variants have been affected the most while its top-end variants are the least affected. It’s currently priced between Rs 5.92 lakh and Rs 9.32 lakh (ex-showroom). 



The Venue’s prices have been increased by up to Rs 12,400. All variants apart from the SX Turbo-petrol iMT and SX Diesel have seen a hike. The Venue is now priced between Rs 6.86 lakh and Rs 11.67 lakh. 



Hyundai’s compact sedan, the Verna, has seen a price increase of up to Rs 12,100. The top-end turbo-petrol and diesel variants see the lowest price increase while the middle variants see the highest. 



The Creta, one of Hyundai’s best sellers, is now dearer by up to Rs 31,000. While all prices for the petrol variants are dearer by Rs 22,000, prices of the base-spec diesel variant have been increased by Rs 31,000. Prices of the other diesel variants remain unchanged. 



The Elantra has seen the highest prices increase, now commanding a premium of up to Rs 45,000. The top-spec automatic variants are the most affected. It’s also the only midsize sedan one can buy in the country until the new Octy arrives by June this year. 



The Tucson, Hyundai’s flagship SUV, has seen a price increase of up to Rs 39,000. Those looking to buy the GLS AWD variant will be relieved to know it has received the lowest increment, however the base GL diesel variant is the most affected.

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