Hyundai Verna Prices Now Start At Rs 9.03 lakh And Goes Upto Rs 15.18 Lakh
The new Hyundai Verna E, the basis for the petroleum versions of Rs 9.03 lakh ( ex-showroom, Delhi), has just been launched Hyundai has also increased prices across the board for Verna, in addition to the new trim level.
Recently, the manufacturer revised the Creta line and also added a new Petrol based variant.
The E trim of the Verna substitutes the previous entry for the range as the new basis variant: the S trim. The new E trim is only offered with the 115hp, 1.5-liter, manually vacuumed oil engine. The S+ trim level is still the basic trim for the diesel model.
The E trim is very much in common with the S trim, as it contains dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors (with folding key), front- and rear center armrests, power windows, power control ORVMs, and more. In terms of its characteristics, it is also very common.
Compared to the S trim, it is not equipped with 8-inch TV infotainment, four speakers, Bluetooth connectivity, steering controls, an antenna of shark fin (instead of a small regular antenna), sunglass holder, and USB front.
In the whole range, Hyundai also produced automatic headlights (earlier for SX trim and higher).
The starting price for Verna is Rs 28,000 less than the previous base price for S trimmings (Rs9.31 lakh), as can be seen from the table above.
Moreover, prices have risen by Rs 8,000 for the whole range, both petrol, and diesel versions. Only the S+ trims, which grew by Rs 7,000, were the exceptions.
In the medium-size sedan section, the Hyundai Verna competed in the fifth gene of Honda City, Skoda Rapid, Vento, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Toyota Yaris, and even the fourth gene of the older Honda City.
The Skoda Rapid is the most affordable offering in the segment, it appears from the table above. Though the price increase still does not make the Hyundai Verna the most costly model in the segment, it is even slightly cheaper than the Honda City (fifth generation).
The Hyundai Verna is the only motor in the segment currently to offer an option for a diesel-automatic motor.