It may seem like most of the Indian consumers are rushing towards SUVs rather than other compact offerings, but truth be told, hatchbacks – which stand as the most affordable body type – still account for a large chunk of sales share for every manufacturer. This is why every mainstream manufacturer – including Hyundai – retail a large number of hatchbacks in different segments in their product portfolio.
Over the years, Hyundai has proved itself as the most trusted international manufacturer in the Indian market with its exquisite range of products featuring the highest-quality standards across the segments.
So, if you’re dead set on buying a Hyundai vehicle – trust me, you are not alone – then we do have something very useful for you.
1. Hyundai Santro
The Santro was re-launched back in 2019 after being missing the action for a long while. The 2019 Santro is longer, wider, and more accommodating than the ones of yore. Being a Hyundai cars, it comes loaded to the gills with features like a touchscreen infotainment system, steering-mounted audio controls, reverse camera, remote central locking, electronically-adjustable wing mirrors, and so on.
2. Hyundai Grand i10
Now the Grand i10 is slightly more expensive than the Grand i10 Nios – which is essentially its successor – but the high discounts on this particular model make it relatively a bit more affordable than its bigger and newer sibling. The engine only comes paired to a five-speed manual gearbox.
3. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios
It is bigger, more stylish, better equipped, and overall a better proposition than the older i10, of which the 1.2-litre NA petrol is shared with the Grand i10, and is followed by a 1.2-litre diesel and a 1.0-litre turbo petrol motor. The Nios also comes with some segment-first features such as an 8.0-inch touchscreen, a wireless smartphone charger, projector headlamps along with projector fog lamps, and so on to the mix.
4. Hyundai Aura
The Hyundai Aura is the sedan version of the Grand i10 Nios, which means it shares most of its underpinnings with the hatchback, To give you a recap, it comes powered by a set of 1.2-litre engines (petrol and diesel) along with a 1.0-litre turbo petrol unit.
5. Hyundai Venue
Moreover, the lower variants of the Venue are powered by the same 1.2-litre petrol engine from the Nios, while the diesel engine is borrowed from the Creta. There’s also a 1.0-litre petrol engine, which comes paired to a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed iMT, and a 7-speed DCT gearbox. Also, grab the latest info on the new cars in India, only at autoX.