Hyundai has just launched all new and much awaited Hyundai Verna. This facelift comes with minor changes to the exterior and some improvements to the interiors. This facelift comes in both Petrol and Diesel BS-6 ready engines available in manual and automatic, the automatic transmission also have an option for CVT lovers as this Verna now comes with CVT transmission (Common Variable Transmission) but it’s only available in petrol for diesel lovers you get traditional Hyundai automatic transmission and if you are a petrol lover but not into CVT you can also get in traditional Hyundai automatic transmission but do remember it’ll be 1.0L Turbo Engine.
The width, height and ground clearance is somewhat similar to the last Verna. The engines have changed in prior Verna you had the options of 1.4 L and 1.6 L in Petrol and Diesel but in this facelift you have the options of 1.5L and 1.0 L (Petrol AT) in Petrol and Diesel the same you get in Hyundai Creta Facelift and Hyundai Venue Diesel engine’s. Can’t say about the mileage as the car launched during the lockdowns but it is expected that the petrol engines might have a better mileage than the previous Verna.
Speaking of the exterior you get a new grill design, fog lamps and new headlamps. The facelift Verna has a new daytime running headlights, new headlamps designs and in the top model the headlights do turn as you turns to the corners which is something you get in cars from like Audi, Merc, BMW. Alongside the headlamps the tail-light is changed too with new alloy wheels design.
In interior the car comes with 2 airbags in base and middle trims if you go for the top model you get 6 airbags, there’s metallic paddle shifters, steering controls and touchscreen display as Standard, dual tone interior design and in top model red accents leather, Cooled glove box as standard, and Wireless Charger.
The new Verna comes with increased ex-showroom price which is now starts with Rs. 9.30 lakhs in petrol (New Delhi) and Rs. 10.65 lakhs in diesel (New Delhi) which were 8.17 for petrol and 9.42 for diesel in the previous Verna.
Author – Deepak Singh