Hyundai global President & CEO S. S. Yang just announced setting up an integrated diesel engine plant in India. This is a big step forward for Hyundai in India if it wants to retain its winning reputation in the Indian auto market. The new Hyundai Verna launch comes with multiple engine options. Yes you herad right, as a buyer one can opt from 1.4 VTVT 107ps, 1.6 VTVT 123ps, 1.4 crdi 90ps, 1.6 crdi 128 ps Verna engines. The variants in the 1.6’s have class leading specifics, and can be seen as a big winner. The 1.6 VTVT 123ps, and 1.6 crdi 128 ps Verna engines have a 4-speed auto option.
For those who want a car that comes fitted with everything you can think of, the Hyundai Verna comes with 6 airbags, areversing cam, iPod connectivity, leather interiors, Bluetooth compatibility, climate control, and 16 inch alloys. For those on the go, here’s the all new Hyundai Verna RB giving you a keyless go experience. The China New Car Assessment Program(C-NCAP) has awarded the car full points with five stars.
The all new Hyundai Verna RB 2011 launch sees 10 trim level entrants. At this point the endless options seem to be a winning strategy with more people buying the all new Hyundai Verna RB because of varying price brackets. This is an important strategy because the price variation strategy sees successive trim level costs differ by Rs. 60,000. The difference amounts to Rs. 70,000 for auto only options on top models. Here’s an overview of the pricing chart for the new Hyundai Verna RB 2011 variants.
In the petrol Hyundai Verna RB 2011 variants, the entry level pricing for the 1.4 VTVT 107ps costs Rs. 6.99 lakhs, and the highest price bracket has been listed for the diesel Hyundai Verna RB 2011 variant 1.6 sx (o) at Rs. 10.75 lakhs. As estimated earlier, the company has worked within the Rs 7 lakh-to Rs 12 lakh price range for the current Indian auto market. In regards to fuel efficiency, the 1.4 petrol offers 17.43 kmpl, whereas the 1.4 diesel looks at 23.5 kmpl.