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Quick Facts about Hyundai Santro

Hyundai Santro, a Hatchback has 9 versions available in India. Santro has 9 Petrol cars. Hyundai Santro comes in 7 colours, namely, Diana Green, Fiery Red, Imperial Beige, Marina Blue, Polar White, Star Dust, Typhoon Silver.

Hyundai Santro Price in Popular Cities

Delhi Delhi 4.37 - 6.25 Lakhs Arrow
Mumbai Mumbai 4.61 - 6.4 Lakhs Arrow
Bangalore Bangalore 4.61 - 6.74 Lakhs Arrow
Pune Pune 4.63 - 6.45 Lakhs Arrow
Chennai Chennai 4.58 - 6.6 Lakhs Arrow
Kolkata Kolkata 4.4 - 6.31 Lakhs Arrow

Hyundai Santro Colours

Diana Green
Fiery Red
Imperial Beige
Marina Blue
Polar White
Star Dust
Typhoon Silver

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Hyundai Santro, a Hatchback has 9 versions available in India. Santro has 9 Petrol cars. Hyundai Santro comes in 7 colours, namely, Diana Green, Fiery Red, Imperial Beige, Marina Blue, Polar White, Star Dust, Typhoon Silver.

The all-new Hyundai Santro is launched in India as an entry-level B-segment hatchback. The new Santro is feature loaded, has a CNG and AMT options, and is handsomely priced as well. It is available across nine variants with seven colour options. The new Santro takes on the compact hatchback segment which is currently being dominated by the Tata Tiago, the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and the Renault Kwid 1.0-litre along with the Datsun Go and the Redi-Go 1.0-litre.

The cabin gets a nicely integrated seven-inch touchscreen in between the large air-con vents on the centre console. Below the screen, there are manual buttons for the media control as well. The three rotary knobs for the air-con control are placed below that. The circular air-vent on the passenger side appears to have been taken out of a far more expensive vehicle. However, the re-circulation slider below it seems out of date now.  The instrument cluster has speedometer and tachometer along with a digital screen which can read out essential information such as fuel indicator, trip meter and gear-shift indicator. Interestingly, the window control switches are placed behind the gear lever. The AMT gear lever gets a piano-black finish which makes it look more premium. Moreover, the Diana Green body paint comes with a colour coordinated interior.

The Hyundai Santro debuts the new Rhythmical Tension design language with a new iteration of Hyundai’s cascading grille. The fascia gets a black treatment with chrome trim surrounding it. The swept-back headlamps are joined by fog lamps which flank the grille.  At the back, the bumpers also get a black insert akin to the one seen on the updated Grand i10 but a lot sharper. The wrap-around tail lights are simple in design and minimal in looks. The tall-boy stance in the profile has been highlighted with body creases and a small spoiler mounted atop the tailgate. Interestingly, there are no alloy-wheels but the hatchback does get body-coloured ORVMs with integrated indicators, body-coloured door handles and rear window wiper. There is a rear-view camera placed just beneath the Hyundai logo on the tailgate and there are two parking sensors on the bumpers.

Powering it is Hyundai’s new 1.1-litre four-cylinder petrol engine developing 68bhp of power and 101Nm of torque. Besides a five-speed manual, there is also an AMT gearbox option which will be a first for Hyundai and is offered in the Magna and Sportz trim. Hyundai also offers a factory-fitted CNG kit with a 58bhp version of the same 1.1-litre motor.

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