Hyundai Verna 2017 beats Honda City In Sales

Hyundai Verna 2017 Sedan

The Hyundai Verna 2017 has figured out how to beat the mid-size car segment pioneer Honda City, in sales. According to SIAM reports, a month ago, the Hyundai Verna’s 6,054 units sold while the Honda City stayed at 6,010 units. Maruti Ciaz remained at third position with 5,603 units. This is following three years that Hyundai has figured out how to be the best seller in this section. The 2017 Hyundai Verna has seen a great deal of energy and it had gotten more than 15000 bookings within a month of being launched.

The new Verna imparts its platform to the Elantra. The cost was kept initial and is bound to change once the company has offers 20,000 units in India. Hyundai has evaluated this vehicle forcefully to draw in clients amid the underlying stage. The lighter K2 stage has been utilized to build up this auto. This is a motivation behind why the car feels premium. Developed purchasers will now show signs of improvement. The new Verna has around half ultra-high quality steel utilized, which adds to the lightweight and in the meantime does not trade off on the fabricate quality.

Hyundai Verna

The auto is dimensionally unique and has great space. New highlights additionally embellish this auto now. According to Hyundai the next-generation Verna has experienced testing in various parts of the nation for rapid dependability, tough drivability, journey control and different viewpoints. The Hyundai Verna 2017 is a fuel proficient auto as well. ARAI figures recommend 17.7km/l on the petrol engine, while the diesel engine is around 24.5km/l. The Verna comes in both petroleum and diesel engines which are 1.6-liter units.

The 1.4-liter engine has now been ended. These 1.6-liter engines are similar that were found in the before show, be that as it may, they have a couple of changes to convey better execution and drivability. At lower speed, the car has better torque and this enhances driveability. These engines come mated to a 6-speed manual and programmed transmissions. The four-speed programmed transmissions have now been ended, which is a decent move. The new programmed adaptations are tremendously enhanced and effective too.