Hyundai Alcazar Signature: Is The Top Variant Worth The Premium?

Modified On Jun 26, 2021 01:50 PM By Sonny for Hyundai Alcazar

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We break down the pros, cons, and reasons to buy (or skip) the Alcazar Signature

The three-row mid-size SUV segment is becoming increasingly popular in India. The latest to join the fray is Hyundai with the Creta-based Alcazar, a premium, feature-heavy offering. The Alcazar gets two engine options: 1.5-litre diesel and 2.0-litre petrol. These can be paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic.

Depending on the variant, you can have the Alcazar as either a six or a seven-seater (the former has captain seats in the middle row). Here, we have a detailed analysis of the top-spec Signature variant to help you decide if you should buy it:


Petrol MT

Petrol AT 6-Seater

Diesel MT

Diesel AT 6-seater


Rs 18.70 lakh

Rs 19.84 lakh

Rs 18.93 lakh

Rs 19.99 lakh

Premium over Platinum

Rs 48,000

Rs 29,000

Rs 48,000

Rs 21,000

Why Buy The Signature Variant?

This is the variant with all the bells and whistles that Hyundai has to offer with the 6-seater Alcazar. We suggest stepping up from Platinum to the Signature if you want the automatic variant, considering the price hike is nominal. Features over the Platinum include ventilated front seats and front parking sensors. Also, you get the dual-tone colour options only with the Signature, at a premium of Rs 15,000.

Features That Matter -  Alcazar Signature





Comfort & Convenience


Highlight Features

  • Dual-tone exterior details

  • LED lighting

  • 18-inch alloys

  • Dual-tone leatherette upholstery

  • 10.25-inch LCD in driver’s cluster

  • 8-way power adjustable driver’ seat

  • 6 airbags (dual front, front side,  and curtain)


  • 360-degree surround view monitor

  • Blind view monitor

  • Ventilated front seats

  • Remote engine start

  • Auto air purifier

  • Cruise control

  • Auto AC

  • Auto headlamps

  • 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system

  • Bose sound system (8 speakers)


  • Shark fin antenna

  • Puddle lamps

  • Panoramic sunroof

  • 64 colours ambient lighting

  • 2nd row headrest cushion

  • One-touch tip and tumble

  • Reclining seats (middle and third row)

  • Front parking sensors

  • Tyre pressure monitor

  • Hill start assist


  • Height adjustable front seatbelts

  • Wireless charging (rear charging with 6-seater)

  • 2nd and 3rd row AC vents

  • 2 USB ports in third row

  • Drive and traction modes, paddle shifters (automatic only)

  • Bluelink connected tech

Why You Might Avoid The Signature Variant?

Seeking real VFM? Then go for the Platinum variant. There are practical considerations here. First, the Signature is limited to the six-seater configuration only (with the captain seats and fixed central console in the middle row). Also, this variant is only available at select Hyundai dealerships (that also retail the Elantra and Tucson), unlike the Alcazar’s other variants. And finally, the Rs 48,000 premium for the manual variants over the Platinum is hard to justify.

Read our brief analysis of the Alcazar Platinum here!

Also read: You Could Soon Have More Options If You Are Interested In The 7-Seater Hyundai Alcazar

For a detailed overview of the Hyundai Alcazar’s variants and prices, click here.

Variant Snapshot




Well-loaded entry variant, and your only choice for a seven-seater with the diesel-automatic combine.


Big jump in price, but packs almost all the wow features except the ventilated seats. Sensible too, thanks to being available as both six and seven-seaters.


Yes, the ventilated-seat variant! Step up to Signature if going for a Platinum automatic. 

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