Hyundai has launched the new Grand i10 hatchback, which will slot in between the current i10 and the i20 in the carmaker’s line-up.
The Hyundai Grand i10 is available in four trims – Era, Magna, Sportz and Asta.
The Era gets power steering, an air conditioner and an engine immobiliser. The Magna trim adds central locking, fog lamps, keyless entry, wheel covers, electrically-adjustable wing mirrors, power windows and rear air-con vents. The Sportz trim gets rear parking sensors, a music system with aux-in and USB connectivity, push button start, tilt-adjustable steering wheel and a cooled glove box. The top-of-the-line Asta trim adds a rear windscreen wash/wipe with a defogger, rear spoiler, alloy wheels, driver’s seat height adjust, steering-mounted audio controls and Bluetooth connectivity.
The base petrol Era trim costs Rs. 4.29 lakh, the Magna trim comes for Rs. 4.49 lakh, the Sportz trim for Rs. 4.88 lakh, and the Asta trim for Rs. 5.47 lakh. The diesel Era comes for Rs. 5.23 lakh, the Magna for Rs. 5.43 lakh, the Sportz for Rs. 5.82 lakh, and the Asta for Rs. 6.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Hyundai has stated that these prices are introductory.
The car comes in two engine options, a 1.1-litre, three-cylinder U2 VGT diesel motor that develops 70bhp, and the familiar 1.2-litre Kappa petrol engine with a four-speed automatic gearbox as an option. The diesel returns an ARAI-rated 24kpl.