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Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit - HyundaiHyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit - Hyundai

Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter

Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter
Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit – Hyundai

 

Hyundai India has commenced the delivery of the recently launched Exter SUV in the country. Introduced on July 10th, the Hyundai Exter SUV is positioned as a cost-effective choice within its segment under the Hyundai brand. This SUV competes with vehicles such as the Tata Punch and the Maruti Suzuki Fronx.
The Hyundai Exter SUV, with its base price of ₹5.99 lakh (ex-showroom), started accepting bookings on May 8, 2023. This micro SUV offers five different trim options, namely EX, S, SX, SX(O), and SX(O) Connect. Below are the prices for each variant.

Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit - Hyundai
Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit – Hyundai

features 

On the elements front, the greatest ideas are two section first highlights – a solitary sheet sunroof and an industrial facility fitted dashcam with double cameras (front and back). Keyless entry and exit, an 8-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control, wireless charging, in-car navigation, connected car technology, voice-activated commands in multiple languages, and over-the-air (OTA) updates are some of the other features.

Security highlights incorporate six airbags, ESC, slope help control, ABS with EBD, back stopping sensors and camera, three-point safety belt and safety belt updates for all seats, and ISOFIX ports. These are standard on the SX, SX(O), and SX(O) Connect trims, but they can also be purchased as options on the E and S trims, which have lower specifications.

Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit - Hyundai
Hyundai Launches Entry-Level SUV : Hyundai Exter : credit – Hyundai

interior 

The Nios and Aura’s dashboard design has been carried over, but there are a few key differences. First, instead of the grey/black or bronze/black interiors of the Nios and Aura, it has an all-black color scheme. In addition, the Exter has a 4.2-inch MID and a fully digital instrument cluster like those found in more expensive Hyundai models like the i20 and Verna.

The designed impact on the dashboard, entryway cushions and around the stuff switch has likewise been extended. The seat upholstery in the higher models is semi-leatherette and comes in a dual-tone black and olive-green finish. However, it does not have an armrest for the seats in the back.

The Exter is powered by a 1.2-litre, naturally aspirated, four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 83hp and 114Nm of peak torque that is shared with other models such as the Nios, i20 and Venue. Gearbox options include either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT. In the CNG-spec, it produces 69hp and 95.2Nm, and gets just the manual gearbox option.

Barring the base-spec E trim, all petrol variants are available with both MT and AMT gearboxes, while the CNG kit can be had on the mid-spec S and SX trims. The three SX trims also get paddle shifters with the AMT gearbox.

Hyundai is claiming a fuel economy rating of 19.4kpl for the manual and 19.2kpl for the AMT; the factory-fitted CNG option offers a much superior fuel economy of 27.10kpl in comparison.

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