The all-new Hyundai Verna has sold 25,800 units in just six months since its launch in August last year. Priced between Rs. 7.80 lakh and Rs. 12.95 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), Hyundai Verna competes with rivals like Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Honda City. Thanks to the refreshed styling, wide range of new and upmarket features and efficient powertrain options, new Verna has been able to post impressive sales result.
The car has won the ‘Indian Car Of The Year’ (ICOTY) award. Also, it has received a total of 25 awards so far including Autoportal India’s ‘Car of The Year’ award. This clearly shows that new Verna is an interesting model in the Indian car market. In January 2018, Hyundai Verna has outpaced the Honda City, as the Korean sedan sold 4,601 units compared to the City’s 3,968 units.
In terms of design, new Hyundai Verna comes with a very stylish and contemporary appearance compared to its predecessor. It gets a sharp and sleek appearance through the projector headlamps, large cascading front grille, chrome trims around fog lamps. At the side profile, it boasts sporty and large alloy wheels, crisp character lines, turn indicator integrated ORVMs, black glass area and moving to the back, there are LED taillights, a lip spoiler, sculpted tailgate and a chunky bumper as well.
Inside the cabin, new Hyundai Verna gets premium feel with its features like dual-tone colour theme, multifunction steering wheel along with analog and digital display consisting instrument cluster. It offers generous room for the occupants ensuring comfortable experience. The car offers several class-leading features as well. On the powertrain, new Verna was initially launched with a 1.6-litre petrol and a 1.6-litre diesel engine. However, the brand later introduced a smaller 1.4-litre petrol engine in order to make it more affordable.