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How speedy and quick is the Hyundai 4S Fluidic Verna?

By: Mandeep on 6 march 2015

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The three engine versions of Verna are all quickest in the segment. Its top-end 1.6L engine can break the 100kmph mark in 10.62 seconds and can reach a segment high of 190kmph. The middle range 1591cc petrol range can reach upto 170kmph and requires just 9 seconds to cross the 100kmph. The 1.4L VTVT petrol and CRDi diesel versions can clock a top speed from 160 to 170kmph and can reach 100kmph from zero in 11 and 12 seconds respectively.

Sumit   2015-03-06

On account of three different engines (diesel and petrol), the speed varies. The 1.6 litres diesel engine is able to touch a top speed of 190 Kmph and reach 100 Kmph from 0 in mere 10.62 seconds. However, the same in petrol variant touches around 170 Kmph and break the 100 Kmph barrier in 9 seconds flat. The 1.4 litres petrol and diesel engines are able to hit 100 Kmph in 11 and 12 seconds respectively. 

Vikash   2015-06-08

The trims with 1.4 litres VTVT petrol and CRDi diesel engines are able to break the 100 Kmph barrier from scratch in 11 and 12 seconds respectively. The higher 1.6 litres CRDi diesel engine can zoom to 100 Kmph in 10.62 seconds and its counterpart in petrol version namely, 1591cc VTVT is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 Kmph in just 9 seconds. 

Daivat   2015-06-09

Hyundai has a good reputation in the market about its speed the 5 speed petrol and 6 speed diesel manual gearboxes provide sleek, noiseless shifting of gears thanks to the key and ball-type synchromesh, optimized gear-tooth shape, and precision matching. Its top-end 1.6L engine can break the 100kmph mark in 10.62 seconds and can reach a segment high of 190kmph. However, the same in petrol variant touches around 170 Km per hour and break the 100 Km per hour barrier in 9 seconds flat. So it can be told that The three engine versions of Verna are all quickest in the segment.

Rajan   2015-07-10

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