Hyundai Verna-Is it the right fit for you?

Introduction.

Hyundai is the second-largest automobile manufacturer in the Indian automobile market with more than 19% share in the country’s automotive sector. The company entered the Indian market in 1996 when the majority of the stake was in Maruti Suzuki’s hands.

Hyundai launched its first car in 1998 in the Indian market. The Hyundai Santro. The car was an instant success and made the company a major stakeholder in the Indian automotive market. Since then, the company has never looked back and is moving forward to acquire more consumer base in the country.

Hyundai Verna.

Hyundai Verna was launched in the Indian market in 2006 for the first time. The car was made for people who didn’t want to shy away from paying a little more to get a better vehicle that is not only more comfortable but also better than its other counterparts. The car slowly gained more and more popularity in the market due to its elegant looks as well as more power.

Hyundai Verna 2020.

The all-new Hyundai Verna 2020 comes with a 16V CRDi engine with a massive grill in the front which is covered with a dark chrome finish. The car for sure has a good price to performance or price to feature ratio. The interior of the car has also been changed a little. However, the most annoying thing about the Verna seems to be the hard plastic that, unfortunately, makes up most of the interior of the car.

2020 Hyundai Verna Facelift BS6 Launch Price Rs 9.3 L - 11 variants, 3  engines
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The major change that you see while entering the cabin is the new 8-inch touch screen on the central console. The instrument cluster has also been digitalized. Due to the hot climate in India, the seats have been ventilated to maintain a cooler temperature inside the vehicle on a hot sunny day.

Safety.

Safety is now a major concern for consumers in the Indian market. Gone are the days when people used to only count on how much mileage a car could provide. Hyundai takes safety a step further with the all-new 2020 Verna. The car is equipped with 6 airbags, a rearview camera, parking sensors and much more, not to mention the hill start assist.

The second complaint that I have from the car is less legroom and headroom. The previous models of Verna also had the same issue. If you’re taller than 6.2 feet, you might reconsider sitting inside Hyundai Verna as the ride is not going to be much smoother for you. However, if you’re under 6 feet, you won’t face any issue sitting inside the vehicle at all. The seat, however, is quite comfortable considering the car’s price range.

You get charging sockets as well inside the vehicle itself.

2017 Hyundai Verna Review - carandbike
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Engine.

The diesel variant of the all-new 2020 Hyundai Verna comes equipped with 115 hp and 250 Nm torque. The car is available in both manual and automatic gearboxes. The company claims the car to give a mileage of 21.3 km per litre to 25 km per litre. I am impressed.

Price.

The diesel variant of Hyundai Verna starts at 10.66 lakh rupees and goes up to 15 lakh rupees.

Conclusion.

Hyundai has always catered to the needs of their consumers. The after-sales service is better than most of the companies in the market.

Considering the features it provides as well as the good after-sales service of Hyundai, I would say that the car is worth it at the given price point.

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