The brand new generation of sedan, New Gen Hyundai Verna is all slated for a mid-year launch in the Indian market in the year of 2017. The sedan was recently launched in the Chinese market in the later half of 2016 and ever since then has been making rave news. The car was first unveiled at the Chengdu Motor Show China in 2016, and according to all the recent news reports, this new generation sedan is all set to be decked with mild hybrid technology. The car also comes with regenerative braking system connected with the automatic on and off engine of the sedan. The transmission versions of the sedan include 6-speed manual as well as 6-speed automatic units. The main final version of the New Verna has only slight differences from the production version, such as, new wheels, revamped bumpers, as well as different clusters of headlights.
According to market strategists, Hyundai is said to follow the same product strategy for the New Gen Hyundai Verna, like it did for its previously launched Hyundai Creta, which too was first launched in the Chinese market before its launch in the Indian arena. The new Verna is also said to be more stylish and spacious and advanced in technology than its predecessor, and the version that has been launched in China is to be launched in India.
You can find vivid engine and mileage details of the sedan right below:
Variant 1.4 liter petrol:
Maximum power- 105 BHP, Maximum torque- 135 NM
Variant 1.6 liter petrol:
Maximum power- 121 BHP, Maximum torque- 155 NM
Variant 1.4 liter diesel:
Maximum power- 89 BHP, Maximum torque- 220 NM
Variant 1.6 liter diesel:
Maximum power- 126 BHP, Maximum torque- 260 NM
1.4 liter petrol variant: 18 KMPH
1.6 liter petrol variant: 17 KMPH
1.4 liter diesel variant: 25 KMPH
1.6 liter diesel variant: 19 KMPH
The expected price of the New Gen Hyundai Verna is expected to be somewhere around Rs. 9 lacs for its base model, and somewhere around Rs. 14 lacs for its top model. Its direct contemporaries in the market will be sedans like the Maruti Ciaz SHVS, etc.
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