Hyundai Santro Anniversary Edition Launched; Price Starts At Rs 5.1 Lakh
To celebrate the first anniversary of the Hyundai Santro, the company launched an Anniversary Edition of the hatchback which is priced at Rs 5.17 lakh (MT) and Rs 5.74 lakh (AMT), both ex-showroom Delhi. The launch has taken place just before Diwali to make the festive season brighter and bigger for everyone.
The Hyundai Santro Anniversary Edition is based on the Sportz variant and is purely a cosmetic upgrade with Polar White and Aqua Teal colour options. With the new Xcent, Creta and the recent Verna update in the works, Hyundai is all set to prepare for its BS6 launches these days.
As for the features, the new Santro Anniversary Edition is packed with gunmetal grey wheel covers, black ORVMs and door handles, glossy black roof rails, bodyside moulding, rear chrome garnish and an Anniversary Edition emblem. The limited-edition model gets an all-black cabin with new seat fabric. The AC vents have Aqua Teal inserts. Moreover, the surface around the gear lever has been given an Aqua Teal treatment.
As the new edition is based on the Sportz variant, its other features include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, rear AC vents, dual-front airbags and steering-mounted audio controls. It also gets cosmetic changes that include blue accents around the vents and blacked-out interiors.
Under the hood, the car is powered by a 1.1-litre petrol mill that produces 69PS of power and 99Nm of torque. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT. With a 1.1-litre, 4-cylinder, 12-valve petrol engine, the motor offers 69 PS and 99 Nm of torque, coupled with a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Check out the variant-wise price (ex-showroom, Delhi) details of the new Hyundai Santro Anniversary Edition below-
- Santro Anniversary Edition MT – Rs 5.17 lakh
- Santro Anniversary Edition AMT – Rs 5.75 lakh
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