Hyundai car prices start(GST Included) at Rs 4.29 Lakh for the most inexpensive model in its lineup, the Santro. The most expensive car in Hyundai's lineup is the Kona Electric, priced at Rs. 23.9 Lakh for its top variant. In total, Hyundai has 12 models on sale in India. The Hyundai Venue, Hyundai Elite i20, Hyundai Creta are amongst the most popular cars in their respective segments. Upcoming Hyundai cars in India include the Grand i10 Nios, Santa Fe 2019, Verna 2020, Creta 2020, Sonata, Palisade, Aura, Xcent 2020, Elite i20 2020, Ioniq, Nexo.
Hyundai Cars Price List (2019) in India
|Hyundai Venue||Rs. 6.5 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Elite i20||Rs. 5.52 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Creta||Rs. 9.99 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Grand i10||Rs. 5.79 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Verna||Rs. 8.17 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Santro||Rs. 4.29 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Xcent||Rs. 5.81 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Tucson||Rs. 18.76 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Grand i10 Nios||Rs. 4.99 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Kona Electric||Rs. 23.71 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai Elantra||Rs. 15.89 Lakh Onwards*|
|Hyundai i20 Active||Rs. 7.74 Lakh Onwards*|
Hyundai Car Models
- Rs.6.5 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol17.52 to 23.7 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.5.52 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol17.4 to 22.54 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.9.99 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol14.8 to 22.1 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.5.79 Lakh Onwards*Petrol/CNG18.9 kmplManual
- Rs.8.17 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol17.0 to 24.0 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.4.29 Lakh Onwards*Petrol/CNG20.3 kmpl to 30.48 km/kgManual/Automatic
- Rs.5.81 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol17.36 to 25.4 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.18.76 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol12.95 to 18.42 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.4.99 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/PetrolManual/Automatic
- Rs.23.71 Lakh Onwards*Electric(Battery)Automatic
- Rs.15.89 Lakh Onwards*Petrol14.59 to 14.62 kmplManual/Automatic
- Rs.7.74 Lakh Onwards*Diesel/Petrol17.19 to 21.19 kmplManual
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About Hyundai Cars
Hyundai is the second highest-selling carmaker in India with a wide range of products in various segments. The Korean manufacturer entered the Indian automotive market in 1998 with the launch of the Santro hatchback, which was also re-introduced in October 2018. Hyundai has garnered a reputation for offering quality products with the most features, often setting new benchmarks for its competitors. For instance, the 2017 Hyundai Verna was the first car in its segment to offer ventilated front seats and now the 2018 Hyundai Santro is the first in its segment to offer rear AC vents. Hyundai ranks highest in after-sales customer satisfaction as per a 2018 JD Power India Customer Service Index (Mass Market) Study. Hyundai has invested in creating a vast network of dealerships and service centres, the second-largest in India, for the convenience of both new and existing customers. The brand currently has 495 dealers and more than 1,300 service points across the country along with an R&D facility in Hyderabad. Hyundai also manufactures select products for export from India, shipping to more than 80 countries across the globe.
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