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2017 Hyundai Grand i10 variants explained

2017 Hyundai Grand i10 variants explained
CarTrade Editorial Team CarTrade Editorial Team Monday 06 February 2017, 19:52 PM

Hyundai has refurbished their bestseller, the Hyundai Grand i10 hatchback. The Grand i10 was introduced in 2013 and was Hyundai’s rival for the largely successful Maruti Suzuki Swift. The Grand i10 was a great success and managed to surpass even the Swift quite a few times. The Grand i10 has now been given its mid-life update and gets some additional features. Here is a rndown on the different variants, the equipment list for each and the price you have to pay.

The entry-level trim is called Era and it gets both the petrol and diesel engine options with manual gearboxes. It gets engine immobiliser and driver airbag for safety and security. It gets power steering, front power windows and manual air-conditioning. You also have a 12V power outlet in the front. Body coloured bumpers are standard for the new Grand i10. The Era petrol is priced at Rs 4.58 lakh ex-showroom Delhi while the diesel Grand i10 starts at Rs 5.68 lakh.

The Magna trim is next and in addition to the equipment list from the Era trim, you also get central locking with remote and front fog-lamps. Door handles and wing mirrors are body coloured and it gets wheel covers along with the roof mounted antenna but no music system. You get all-four power windows and AC vents for the rear passengers. The wing mirrors are electrically adjustable and you get a power outlet for the rear seats as well.

The Sportz trim comes with 5 inch touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth, USB and Aux connectivity along with steering mounted audio controls. It gets four speakers, chrome finished gear knob, metal interior door handles and rear defogger. You get a cooled glove box, tilt adjustable steering and a digital clock in the dashboard. The Sportz trim gets dual front airbags along with rear parking sensors.

The Sportz option trim is the only one where you get an automatic option though it is available inly with the petrol engine. In addition to all the features mentioned above, it gets rear camera for parking assist, LED DRLs and alloy wheels but only for the petrol AT. You also get rub strips on the side, roof rails and turn indicators on the wing mirrors. The infotainment system becomes bigger and gets smartphone integration like Apple Car play and Android Auto along with voice commands. Diamond cut alloy wheels are standard. The AT is the most expensive petrol Grand i10 at Rs 6.82 lakh.

The top-spec trim is called Asta and it gets a smart key with push-button start, chrome door handles, rear spoiler and leather wrapped steering wheel. It gets climate control, height adjustable driving seat and adjustable headrests for the rear seats as well. It gets wash and wipe for the rear windshield as well. Tinted glasses are standard across the range along with tachometer, low fuel warning, seat belt warning, two electronic trip meters and average speed but is still devoid of fuel economy numbers and distance to empty. The top-spec petrol will cost you Rs 6.4 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi, while the top-spec diesel is priced at Rs 7.33 lakh.


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