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Hyundai is a fully owned subsidiary of the South Korean automobile giant ‘Hyundai Motor Company’, established in 1996 with its manufacturing plant in Irungattukottai, Tamil Nadu.
The Verna offers three engine variants: a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated (NA) petrol, a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, and a 1.5-litre diesel. Their power and torque outputs are 115PS-145Nm, 120PS-172Nm, and 115PS250Nm, respectively.
While the turbo-petrol is equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, the 1.5-litre engine offers 6-speed manual transmissions as standard. The NA petrol is available with a CVT and the diesel with a 6-speed torque converter automatic. The average mileage ranges from 17.7 kmpl to 25 kmpl depending on the engine of choice.
Safety features include super sturdy body structure and 6 airbags to assure the safety of everyone within the cabin, cornering lamps to help navigate tricky roads, and an emergency stop signal. Parking in tight spots is made easy by front parking sensors (turbo) and rear parking camera with dynamic guidelines.
Other cool features include a tyre pressure monitoring system digital instrument cluster, glossy chrome grill, cooled glove box and ventilated front seats, upgrades to its suspension giving a ride quality, with improved composure around bumpy corners.
Interior colours of the Verna come in two shades - dual-tone beige & black interiors and all-black interiors with red accents (turbo) lend a classy vibe to the cabin, designed to match your killer instinct.
Fuel economy is rated at 17.7kmpl for the NA petrol-manual, 18.45kmpl for the CVT, 25kmpl for the diesel-manual, 21.3kmpl for the torque converter, and 19.2kmpl for the turbo petrol.
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The Verna was introduced in 2020 as a compact and sporty sedan with a price range of Rs. 9.19 - 15.25 Lakh. They offer petrol and diesel variants with add-on features.
The Verna will be available in five variants: E, S, S+, SX, SX (O), and SX (O) Turbo. The S is petrol manual only, while the S+ is diesel manual. If you want the turbo engine, you’ll have to spend a premium for the top-variant SX (O). Six colours on offer are- Phantom Black, Polar White, Starry Night, Titan Grey, Typhoon Silver, and Fiery Red.
The Verna comes with LED headlights and fog lamps, electrically folding outer rear-view mirrors, LED tail lamps, and a new alloy wheel design. Other features include a digital instrument cluster, wireless phone charging, Hyundai BlueLink personal mobility assistant system, rear disc brakes, 8-inch touchscreen AVNT with HD display, and ventilated seats. It has an Arkamys premium sound system with tweeters rear and front speakers. The Verna has Wonder warranty in the following graduating scale: · 3 years - unlimited · 4 years - up to 60,000 kms · 5 years - up to 50,000kms Plus 3 years roadside assistance. The upgraded smart trunk technology will allow you to pack all that you love without putting a finger on the boot. Front ventilated seats will keep you cool in the summer. An electric sunroof and a wireless charger ease your driving experience.
The Hyundai Verna faces stiff competition in the sedan segment from the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Skoda Rapid, Toyota Yaris, and the Honda City.
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The Verna has a 1-litre turbo-petrol engine under the hood with a 120bhp, with the Verna line-up having a comparable-sized NA petrol AND diesel engine, diesel version with an automatic transmission.
Hyundai Verna is an ideal car for shorter men and women. The Verna is the least stressful in heavy traffic as one can drive at reasonable speeds.
Verna is more than 100mm shorter than the City but has the same wheelbase and with the swooping roofline, making it look athletic and raring to go.
The refinement of a naturally aspirated inline-four cylinder engine feels very surefooted at high speedand can manage both spirited driving and relaxed highway cruising with ease, giving a quality ride, with improved composure around bumpy corners. The Verna is at par with other competing brands in this segment when it comes to creature comforts.
Safety features includea super sturdy body structure and 6 airbags to assure the safety of everyone within the cabin, cornering lamps to aid in driving on difficult roads, and an emergency stop signal.
At a summary glance, the Verna offers an astounding eleven variants with a wide range of pricing, spread across two petrol and one diesel engine options. Starting at Rs 9.31 lakh for the entry-level petrol and Rs 10.65 lakh for the entry-level diesel, it goes all the way up to Rs 13.99 lakh for the fully-loaded 1-litre turbo-petrol variant. The Honda City is closest in terms of price and features (except for the turbo-petrol variant) to the Hyundai Verna, and the choice depends on what you’re looking for. Fully equipped with Smart Trunk features, paddle shifters on the steering wheel, wireless phone charger and electronic sunroof, the new Verna is a car lover's dream-made reality.
For drivers who want a simple sedan that can comfortably fit four people every day and can easily accommodate luggage as well for the occasional out-of-town trip, the City is the best option. On the other hand, for those avant-garde drivers looking for a sedan that gives off a ‘professional yet athletic vibe, without sacrificing performance for comfort, the Verna is a wise choice.
Since its initial launch in 2006, the Verna is one of the oldest nameplates in the Hyundai portfolio. It has evolved so much since then — both in the way it looks and the way it drives. The Verna looks sporty, feels sharp and is the perfect car for your first post-lockdown road trip.
Body Type Sedan
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 22.0 kmpl
City Mileage 18.0 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5