Hyundai cars has an extensive line-up of models which are currently on sale in India. The brands fleet consists of a total of 12 models split between the hatchback, sedan, SUV and EV segment. Hyundai Santro, Grand i10 NIOS and i20 are hatchbacks and the automakers sedan line up consists of Aura and Verna. The Hyundai Venue, Creta, Alcazar and Tucson fall under the SUV category while the Kona EV is the sole electric vehicle sold by the Korean manufacturer.
Hyundai Motor India was incorporated on the 6th of May 1996. Its ground-breaking ceremony took place at Irrungattukottai plant near Chennai on the 10th of December 1996. HMIL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motors Company (HMC) based out of South Korea. The pilot production of Santro began within 17 months of the ground breaking ceremony.
Hyundai Cars price in India starts at Rs. 4.87 lakh (ex-showroom) for the most affordable entry-level hatchback the Santro. The product portfolio goes all the way to Rs. 27.47 lakhs (ex-showroom) for the top of the line Tucson 4WD automatic variant.
Recently Hyundai launched the Venue Facelift at a starting price of Rs 7.53 lakh (ex-showroom).
Hyundai cars generally have good fuel economy figures. The most fuel efficient amongst them is the Santro, with an impressive fuel economy of 30.48 km/kg in its CNG iteration and 20.30 kmpl for its petrol version. The Santro is followed by the Grand i10 NIOS CNG and Aura CNG with a claimed fuel efficiency of 28.5 km/kg and 28.4 km/kg respectively.
Upcoming Hyundai cars in India include the facelift versions of the Creta, Elantra, Kona EV and the New-Gen Tucson. In addition we also expect the company to bring its full size premium SUV, the Palisade.
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The price range starts at Rs 4.87 lakh (ex-showroom) for the Santro and extends to Rs 27.47 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top of the line Tucson 4WD automatic variant.
The Santro is the most fuel efficient car with a claimed mileage of 30.48 km/kg in its CNG iteration and 20.30 kmpl for its petrol version.
Santro is the best car under Rs 5 lakhs. What makes it a good buying proposition is its small size making it extremely easy for city use along with its pocket friendly running cost.
The upcoming car models include the facelifted versions of the Creta, 2022 Kona EV, New-Gen Tucson, Elantra and a full size premium SUV, the Palisade.
The latest car model launched is the sub-compact SUV, Venue
The highest priced car is the Tucson 4WD automatic variant at Rs. 27.47 lakhs ex-showroom.
The lowest priced car is the Santro, which starts from Rs. 4.87 lakh and extends to Rs. 6.38 lakh (ex-showroom).