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Hyundai Verna

Editor’s on interior: Hyundai has loaded the with goodies that can it compete with the cars are a segment above. The quality of the used is also decent, there isn’t anything that can be spoken about the

Step on the inside and you shall be The black and beige interior works out well on the aesthetically instrument panel. The fit and finish of the is good and feels premium.

The console is ergonomically designed and feel overboard.

Front row get ample headroom and legroom; and the comfy seats provide back and thigh support. into the rear seats and is sufficient head and knee The rear seats are flat and do not adequate thigh support.

Base Model: The base of the Hyundai Verna comes with the 1.4-litre petrol and diesel engine. Major in this trim level are central lock, full cover, LED turn indicators or chrome grille, blue illumination, power windows driver side auto keyless entry, AC, Driver Display and power tilt

EX: The EX variant of the Verna comes 1.6-litre petrol and both the engine variants. It comes comes with driver airbag, ABS with EBD, disc brakes, impact door unlock, rear with timer, two tone rear garnish chrome package, high gloss and wood grain interiors, windows with auto rear parking sensors, connectivity with steering call and audio controls, control, clean air cluster sunglass holder, front sliding armrest with box, tilt adjustable seat and iPod cable.

SX: This variant is available on the 1.6-litre petrol dn diesel options and it offers few more that are dual airbags, 16 alloy wheels, supervision rear view camera display on auto dimming view mirror, electric ORVMs, cooled glove luggage net and hook and adjustable headrest.

SX (O): Even version is available only on the petrol and 1.6-litre diesel and it comes loaded with like side and curtain along with front airbags, speed sensing lock, chrome outside handles, smart key with start button and leather


Verna comes four engine options of two are petrol and other are diesels. the higher engines comes manual and automatic transmission. All the are good and we recommend using the powered engine as this

Hyundai Verna

The 1.4-litre petrol engine 106bhp of power at 6300rpm and a torque of 138Nm at 5000rpm. is the same engine block also propels the automatic of the i20. Like any of the modern engines, the refinement levels are and there is no clatter drama. The delivery is fairly linear, one has to downshift to overtake.

But the drivability is and it can potter in city traffic when lugged into a cog. The 5-speed manual is slick and the throws are short. As per the test, the 1.4-litre petrol has a efficiency of 17.43kmpl.

The second petrol engine on the is the 1.6-litre mill that with an option to be paired a 5-speed manual box or a 4-speed This engine produces of power and a torque of 158Nm at This is one of the most refined blocks from the Hyundai The mid-range of this engine is and there isn’t much of low grunt.

Hence, one has to shift a lower gear to make the move. Like all the Hyundai’s, the box is slick with positive The Verna manual’s mileage is and 15.74kmpl as per the ARAI report.


The 1.4-litre engine is torquey at 220 Nm and you realize this when the turbocharger spools, and you the power getting unleashed. is the same engine that the i20 diesel and here, it comes to a 6-speed manual transmission. The ratios have been and the lower gears are shorter to the turbo lag. However, hasn’t worked too well and is still noticeable turbo lag is typical of the new diesels.

The turbo kick is something you to get used to, since the car is quite a once you get the turbo spooled. To one needs to downshift. As per ARAI cycle, the 1.4-litre has a mileage of

Automatic and manual versions are offered on the 1.6-litre diesel This oil burner churns out of power and 260Nm of peak This engine is highly with low NVH levels. Crank the and it will spring to life and quickly without much of the drama. The engine has enough throughout the rev band and at any time, has power to overtake.

There is a slight turbo which could be a problem in city traffic, but the engine is in business once it crosses

Hyundai has definitely introduced new engines on the Verna, but the automatic that comes mated to motors are old-school four-speed The shifts on the box are slow and lethargic no match to the present day auto Being a four-speeder the fuel isn’t very high, and the as per the Automotive Research Authority (ARAI) cycle is 19.08kmpl, the manual Verna returns

The manual one is a 6-speed box, slick and positive throws.

Hyundai Verna
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