Hyundai launches Grand i10 2017 New styling and features

Hyundai launches Grand i10 2017 New styling and features

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Country’s second largest automaker Hyundai launched Grand i10 the facelift model at a staring price of Rs 4.58 lakh. The prices of the diesel variant, which gets a new enginne, start at rs 5.68 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).

Competition rising by Mahindra KUV 100 and Maruti Suzuki, Ignis, Hyundai launched the 2017 edition of its popular compact hatch Grand i10

The new Grand i10 comes with a new face-smile lines tweaked for a curved grille, LED daytime-running-lamps underline the fog lamps, besides a black thick rear bumper with roud reflectors replacing the petal-shaped ones.

New Grand i10 has pretty much the same dual-tone interiors, albeit in better combinations of beige with black. The dash gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system powered with Apple an android Auto, which will soon be the new normal in all cars. The system is also connected to Mirror Link and smartphone navigation.

The 2017 Grand i10  powered by 1.2 liter Kappa Dual VTVT petrol mill churning out 83PS power and 113.7Nm torque, and a more powerful 1.2 liter U2 diesel engine generating 75PS power and 190Nm torque. So across the variants:

The Grand i10 sells an average 11,000 cars monthly and with the new 2017 edition, Hyundai has upped the ante in an already competitive urban compact segment, which sees Wagon R, Mahindra KUV100 and Honda Brio at loggerheads with the new Ignis which was launched last month at Rs 4.59 lakh.

Hyundai is also offering two (2) years unlimited Kilometer warranty with the new Grand i10

Check out here the complete pricing of the 2017 Hyundai Grand i10 face lift.

Petrol
Era – Rs 4,58,400

Magna – Rs 5,22,990

Magna (AT) – Rs 5,98,990

Sports – Rs 5,65,990

Sports (O) – Rs 5,96,295

Sports (O) AT – Rs 6,82,790

Asta – Rs 6,39,890

Diesel
Era – Rs 5,68,400

Magna – Rs 6,15,990

Sports – Rs 6,58,989

Sports (O) – Rs 6,89,791

Asta – Rs 7,32,890

Hyundai Motor India Ltd has already sopped production of the i10, amid reports rife of the Korean major bringing the iconic Santro back to the roads.

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