Hyundai to hike car prices, Santro price increased by this much
The price of its entry-level hatchback car Santro has been hiked by Hyundai, the country's number two car company. After a long time, Hyundai launched the car at the end of last year. During the launch, the company launched Santro's D-Lite variant at Rs 3.9 lakh. The company has secretly updated all variants of Santro and discontinued the old base version D-Lite by launching Santro's IRA executive version. The starting price of Santro will be Rs 4.15 lakh after the update. Santro has become costlier by Rs 25,000 against the old base version. Let us know the full details
At present, the car market is contested by Santro, Maruti Wagon R and Tata Tiago. Despite the price hike, The prices of Santro are lower than the rest of the two cars. The ex-showroom of the Maruti Wagon RK base variant is priced at Rs 4.34 lakh, while the Tata Tiago base variant is priced at Rs 4.44 lakh. While the wagon RK's top variant is priced at Rs 5.44 lakh and the Santro's top variant is priced at Rs 5.5 lakh. Santro's IRA executive version features body-color bumper, front power window, manual air conditioning system, front power socket, and rear AC vents. On the other hand, the safety features include ABS, EBD, Driver Side Airbags. However, it does not have rear parking sensors.
In addition, other Santro variants have been modified to provide information for you. The Magna CNG variant features 2-din audio system, rear parking camera in Sportz AMT, front pre-tensioners with passenger-side airbags and load limiter seatbelts. The Santro gets a 1.1-liter petrol engine that delivers 69PS of power. With CNG, it has the capacity to deliver 59PS of power.