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Hyundai Verna gets better equipped to rival Honda City and Maruti Ciaz

Hyundai India has upgraded all four trims of the new Verna which was launched last year. Apart from this, they have also launched a new top-end trim – SX(O), which was discontinued. Instead, Hyundai has now discontinued the S(O) trim. Below are the variant-wise specs and features of new Hyundai Verna.

2016 Hyundai Verna will be offered in four variants that include a Base, S, SX and SX(O) all of which will be offered in a choice of two petrol and two diesel engine options. These are in the form of 1.4 liter diesel generating 90 PS / 22 Nm, 1.4 liter petrol generating 107 PS / 135 Nm, 1.6 liter diesel generating 128 PS / 260 Nm, and 1.6 liter petrol generating 123 PS / 155 Nm.

The Hyundai Verna Base trim will be powered by a 1.4 liter petrol engine and 1.4 liter diesel engine mated to a manual gearbox. Hyundai Verna S trim receives a 1.6 liter petrol and diesel engine mated to a 6 speed manual or 4 speed automatic gearbox. Its automatic variant will sit on 15” alloy wheels while its manual variant will get steel wheels. Infotainment onboard the S trim includes a 2 DIN audio system.

Hyundai Verna SX variant gets special onboard features such as Audio Video Navigation, 16” diamond cut alloy wheels and an AVN system. It also receives front fog lamp and folding wing mirrors besides a shark fin antenna. Engine options on the Verna SX are the same as those offered on the S trim while an automatic gearbox is only on offer in the petrol variant.

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Once again bringing in the Hyundai Verna SX(O) in 2016, the company has added side and curtain airbags and leather seats besides leather encased steering, gearknobs and armrests. The Veerna SX(O) gets a 1.6 liter petrol engine and a 1.6 liter diesel engine while it is only the diesel variant that receives a 4 speed automatic gearbox with 4 wheel disc brakes.

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via AutocarIndia.com

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