Just when the sales chart of Hyundai was rising high and touching the skies with more than 1 lakh units of its premium class hatchback, Grand i10, are already sold, Hyundai became so frugal with the success that there doesn’t seem any stopping for it now anywhere near in future. And in the flow of the same successful current, Hyundai seems to be at its better than ever with new models, variants and launches up it sleeves, and are ready to be rolled out.
But for now, concentrating more on the Grand i10’s success, Hyundai has planned to take notice of the people who can’t make it to a petrol variant of it, or even the ones who don’t belong to CNG sipping cities of the nation, by recently introducing an LPG dual fuel variant of the same car.
Projected with a new1.0 ltr Kappa Dual VTVT LPGI drive train borrowed straight from its entry level sibling Eon, the new LPG variant is decently ideal for in tracity commutes. The variant also produces a decent sum of 68Ps power with 92Nm torque. And the whole of this punny power goes straight to the front wheels through a smooth and lag free 5-speed MT system just like the other Grand variants.
Apart from the mechanics, the car, unlike its petrol and diesel variants, is available only in Magna trim which comes loaded with features like keyless entry, central locking, advanced engine immobilizer, fog lamps, power windows, ORVMS with electric controls, rear AC vents etc. as standard.
And lastly, as the car is available in a single trim option, the price is also fixed at around 4.92 lakhs for the solid colors, while the metallic colors may cost you a merely high price of around 4.96 lakhs.
We believe that Hyundai might just nail it even sharply with this variant in the market.
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