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      Hyundai Verna

      Hyundai Verna 2022 Price

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      ₹ 9.32 - 15.36 lakh

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      Verna starting EMI

      18,901 for 5 Years

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      Hyundai Verna Key Specifications

      Price icon

      Price

      ₹ 9.32 - 15.36 Lakh
      Fuel Type icon

      Fuel Type

      Petrol, Diesel
      Mileage icon

      Mileage

      17.7 - 25 km/l
      Seating Capacity icon

      Seating Capacity

      5 People
      Safety Rating icon

      Safety Rating

      Not Tested
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      Warranty

      3 Years (Unlimited KMs)
      Engine Size icon

      Engine Size

      1497 cc, 1493 cc, 998 cc
      Transmission icon

      Transmission

      Manual, Automatic (CVT), Automatic (Torque Converter), Automatic (Dual Clutch)
      Size icon

      Size

      4440 mm L X 1729 mm W X 1475 mm H
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      Fuel Tank

      45 litre
      Ground Clearance (mm) icon

      Ground Clearance (mm)

      165 mm

      Verna Expert Rating

      Appearance ExteriorStar Icon 8/10
      Appearance InteriorStar Icon 7.5/10
      Performance DriveStar Icon 7.5/10
      ConclusionStar Icon 7/10

      Verna Expert Review

      Opening

      This Hyundai Verna that you see in the pictures isn’t a new-gen version of the 2018 ICOTY model. But one that’s been bestowed with a fresh design, outstanding novel features, and newer powertrain options, such as the 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that we have here. With the surfacing of the crisp new Verna from the Korean carmaker, competition in the C-segment has heated up considerably. So is it worth your attention? Here’s the gist.

      Appearance Exterior

      Differentiating this Verna from the outgoing model is the large glossy black grille with a distinctive matrix design that cascades on to the piercing headlamps that sport newer LED lighting elements. These are further complemented by the sharp angular ridges on the bumper and chin. In profile, the frantically sloping roofline coupled with the edgy 16-inch dual-tone wheels gives the Verna a fast-coupe stance. As for the rear, the tail lamps now have attractive internals. But it’s the bumper that excites the most with the mesh shapes that taper off on both ends, and the faux diffuser that’s aligned next to twin chrome exhaust tips. Phew, this Korean is chic!

      Appearance Interior

      Above all, the changes made to the updated Verna almost make the cabin look all-new. To start with, the all-digital instrument cluster has some serious upmarket flair about it. Similarly, this Turbo variant is enthusiastically wrapped in black materials, with red seams on the upholstery and bright red trim highlighting the redesigned air vents. Sadly though, the new cabin continues to get hard plastics.

      Other than that, everything else is the same. As a reminder, space isn’t a concern in the Verna. Sprucing up the comfort levels in the front are cushy seats that hold you in place exceedingly well, they have my favourite cooling function and offer good support overall. My only grime being the lack of under-thigh support for taller occupants.

      As for ingress at the rear, it isn’t devoid of some flexing (challenging for the elderly), but once seated, the well-cushioned bench is decently accommodating, with an appropriately angled backrest and just about enough legroom. Yet, limitations such as the shortage of under-thigh support and tight headroom plague it markedly.

      Be that as it may, the deep boot can easily consume two large suitcases or a few medium-sized ones, with still more for some soft/shopping bags. In the features department, Hyundai’s BlueLink connected features are now available, along with a sunroof, six airbags, and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Plus, there’s wireless charging, electric mirrors and windows, front/rear parking sensors, a rear camera, and an Arkamys player that sounds extremely well.

      Performance Drive

      As a part of the update, Hyundai revamped the entire powertrain line-up of the Verna to take in the new 1.5-litre petrol and diesel, and the one that’s being reviewed here, the three-cylinder 118bhp/172Nm 1.0-litre Turbo GDi petrol engine that uses a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox with paddle-shifts to power the front wheels. Thanks to pristine engineering, the only instance when one experiences the three-cylinder din is under full-bore acceleration.

      Interestingly, this three-pot feels eager to let loose of its horses the minute one slots into D and releases the brakes. That’s because, with 172Nm of torque unleashed from just under 1,500rpm, it makes driving in the city extremely relaxed. Now, only feathering the throttle is required of you to keep the momentum flowing seamlessly. Again, as the needle crosses 2,000rpm, the motor feels more alive than ever as the turbo spools up purposefully to offer a linear performance delivery till the 6,500rpm redline.

      Also adding to the effortless aura is the dual-clutch automatic gearbox which shifts gears, both up and down, smoothly and without any lags. Plus, it cleverly selects which gear to be put to use after being able to precisely read the throttle input. It’s almost always slotted in the correct gear, be it your intent to cruise or overtake swiftly. Nevertheless, we noted that this gearbox upshifts when closer to rev-limit, regardless of it being slotted in D or S mode. The latter mode may not shove you into the seat when you floor the accelerator pedal, but the response is certainly more entertaining, especially when you can take control of the gearshifts via the paddle-shifters.

      Hyundai has tweaked the suspension setup in the Turbo variant to offer a taut ride quality with a controlled body-roll. At slow speeds, there is an underlying firmness due to which its occupants feel the atrocities of the road surface. But as expected, highway speeds make for better bump absorption, wherein undulations, irregularities, and even the edgier bumps are negotiated without a sweat and zilch suspension noise. Plus, it never scraped over any speed-breaker we put it through, which says a lot for a sedan. Likewise, its light steering is also direct (less than two-and-half turns from lock-to-lock), and unlike the Hyundais of yore, responds more progressively around the dead centre. Plus, it weighs up fittingly as the momentum rises. The outcome? Throwing this sedan spiritedly around bends will have a huge grin pasted on your face afterwards. With all these go-fast specials, it's only befitting of us to expect more bite from the brakes, but it wasn’t the case.

      Conclusion

      As a product, this Hyundai Verna scores quite well on all counts. For now, it’s offered in a single, fully-loaded SX (O) trim that retails at Rs 16.65 lakh (OTR Mumbai). In short, it looks exceedingly sharp, has a long list of features, is reasonably spacious, and offers a pliant ride. The only drawbacks being the tight rear headroom for tall occupants and some ingress discomfort. Both aren’t deal-breakers as such. What’s impressive is that it not only fits the bill as a comfortable family car but also doubles up as a driver’s car when you’re in the mood. All thanks to its formidable powertrain and smashing dynamics. Sorry ladies, but I can already tell that the men will jump at this proposition!

      Pictures by Kapil Angane

      Is Verna a Good Car?

      Overall Score : 94%

      Based on 484 User Ratings

      Verna has received a very favourable 94% approval rating based on 484 user reviews.

      What users like the most about Verna?

      Styling

      96%

      Performance

      95%

      Value for Money

      93%

      Comfort

      91%

      Mileage

      87%

      Hyundai Verna Price List

      Find a list of all 7 petrol and 5 diesel versions of Hyundai Verna. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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      Verna Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Manual, 17.7 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 17.7 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 9.32 Lakh
      Key features: Rear AC, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Manual, 17.7 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 17.7 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 9.73 Lakh
      Key features: Steering Mounted Controls, Rear AC, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display
      Diesel, 1493 cc, Manual, 25 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine: 1493 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 10.92 Lakh
      Key features: Steering Mounted Controls, Rear AC, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Manual, 17.7 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 17.7 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 11.11 Lakh
      Key features: Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Wireless Charger, Alloy Wheels
      Diesel, 1493 cc, Manual, 25 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine: 1493 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 12.32 Lakh
      Key features: Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Wireless Charger, Alloy Wheels
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Automatic (CVT), 18.45 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (CVT) (In an automatic car, there are no gears or clutch, so the driver just needs to handle the brake and accelerator. It is really helpful when you are driving in peak traffic)
      Mileage: 18.45 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 12.33 Lakh
      Key features: Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Wireless Charger, Alloy Wheels
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Manual, 17.7 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 17.7 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 12.97 Lakh
      Key features: 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats
      Diesel, 1493 cc, Automatic (Torque Converter), 21.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine: 1493 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (Torque Converter)
      Mileage: 21.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 13.47 Lakh
      Key features: Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Wireless Charger, Alloy Wheels
      Diesel, 1493 cc, Manual, 25 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine: 1493 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 14.21 Lakh
      Key features: 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats
      Petrol, 1497 cc, Automatic (CVT), 18.45 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1497 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (CVT) (In an automatic car, there are no gears or clutch, so the driver just needs to handle the brake and accelerator. It is really helpful when you are driving in peak traffic)
      Mileage: 18.45 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 14.22 Lakh
      Key features: 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats
      Petrol, 998 cc, Automatic (Dual Clutch), 19.2 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (Dual Clutch)
      Mileage: 19.2 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 14.27 Lakh
      Key features: 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats
      Diesel, 1493 cc, Automatic (Torque Converter), 21.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine: 1493 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (Torque Converter)
      Mileage: 21.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 15.36 Lakh
      Key features: 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats

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      • Hyundai Verna

      Hyundai Verna Expert Review

      Santosh Nair
      by Santosh Nair

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      This Hyundai Verna that you see in the pictures isn’t a new-gen version of the 2018 ICOTY model. But one that’s been bestowed with a fresh design, outstanding novel features, and newer powertrain options, such a

      Read More

      Hyundai Verna Expert Review

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      This Hyundai Verna that you see in the pictures isn’t a new-gen version of the 2018 ICOTY model. But one that’s been bestowed with a fresh design, outstanding novel features, and newer powertrain options, such as the 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that we have here. With the surfacing of the crisp new Verna from the Korean carmaker, competition in the C-segment has heated up considerably. So is it worth your attention? Here’s the gist.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Differentiating this Verna from the outgoing model is the large glossy black grille with a distinctive matrix design that cascades on to the piercing headlamps that sport newer LED lighting elements. These are further complemented by the sharp angular ridges on the bumper and chin. In profile, the frantically sloping roofline coupled with the edgy 16-inch dual-tone wheels gives the Verna a fast-coupe stance. As for the rear, the tail lamps now have attractive internals. But it’s the bumper that excites the most with the mesh shapes that taper off on both ends, and the faux diffuser that’s aligned next to twin chrome exhaust tips. Phew, this Korean is chic!

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Above all, the changes made to the updated Verna almost make the cabin look all-new. To start with, the all-digital instrument cluster has some serious upmarket flair about it. Similarly, this Turbo variant is enthusiastically wrapped in black materials, with red seams on the upholstery and bright red trim highlighting the redesigned air vents. Sadly though, the new cabin continues to get hard plastics.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Other than that, everything else is the same. As a reminder, space isn’t a concern in the Verna. Sprucing up the comfort levels in the front are cushy seats that hold you in place exceedingly well, they have my favourite cooling function and offer good support overall. My only grime being the lack of under-thigh support for taller occupants.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      As for ingress at the rear, it isn’t devoid of some flexing (challenging for the elderly), but once seated, the well-cushioned bench is decently accommodating, with an appropriately angled backrest and just about enough legroom. Yet, limitations such as the shortage of under-thigh support and tight headroom plague it markedly.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Be that as it may, the deep boot can easily consume two large suitcases or a few medium-sized ones, with still more for some soft/shopping bags. In the features department, Hyundai’s BlueLink connected features are now available, along with a sunroof, six airbags, and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Plus, there’s wireless charging, electric mirrors and windows, front/rear parking sensors, a rear camera, and an Arkamys player that sounds extremely well.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      As a part of the update, Hyundai revamped the entire powertrain line-up of the Verna to take in the new 1.5-litre petrol and diesel, and the one that’s being reviewed here, the three-cylinder 118bhp/172Nm 1.0-litre Turbo GDi petrol engine that uses a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox with paddle-shifts to power the front wheels. Thanks to pristine engineering, the only instance when one experiences the three-cylinder din is under full-bore acceleration.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Interestingly, this three-pot feels eager to let loose of its horses the minute one slots into D and releases the brakes. That’s because, with 172Nm of torque unleashed from just under 1,500rpm, it makes driving in the city extremely relaxed. Now, only feathering the throttle is required of you to keep the momentum flowing seamlessly. Again, as the needle crosses 2,000rpm, the motor feels more alive than ever as the turbo spools up purposefully to offer a linear performance delivery till the 6,500rpm redline.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Also adding to the effortless aura is the dual-clutch automatic gearbox which shifts gears, both up and down, smoothly and without any lags. Plus, it cleverly selects which gear to be put to use after being able to precisely read the throttle input. It’s almost always slotted in the correct gear, be it your intent to cruise or overtake swiftly. Nevertheless, we noted that this gearbox upshifts when closer to rev-limit, regardless of it being slotted in D or S mode. The latter mode may not shove you into the seat when you floor the accelerator pedal, but the response is certainly more entertaining, especially when you can take control of the gearshifts via the paddle-shifters.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Hyundai has tweaked the suspension setup in the Turbo variant to offer a taut ride quality with a controlled body-roll. At slow speeds, there is an underlying firmness due to which its occupants feel the atrocities of the road surface. But as expected, highway speeds make for better bump absorption, wherein undulations, irregularities, and even the edgier bumps are negotiated without a sweat and zilch suspension noise. Plus, it never scraped over any speed-breaker we put it through, which says a lot for a sedan. Likewise, its light steering is also direct (less than two-and-half turns from lock-to-lock), and unlike the Hyundais of yore, responds more progressively around the dead centre. Plus, it weighs up fittingly as the momentum rises. The outcome? Throwing this sedan spiritedly around bends will have a huge grin pasted on your face afterwards. With all these go-fast specials, it's only befitting of us to expect more bite from the brakes, but it wasn’t the case.

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      As a product, this Hyundai Verna scores quite well on all counts. For now, it’s offered in a single, fully-loaded SX (O) trim that retails at Rs 16.65 lakh (OTR Mumbai). In short, it looks exceedingly sharp, has a long list of features, is reasonably spacious, and offers a pliant ride. The only drawbacks being the tight rear headroom for tall occupants and some ingress discomfort. Both aren’t deal-breakers as such. What’s impressive is that it not only fits the bill as a comfortable family car but also doubles up as a driver’s car when you’re in the mood. All thanks to its formidable powertrain and smashing dynamics. Sorry ladies, but I can already tell that the men will jump at this proposition!

      Hyundai Verna Turbo Petrol First Drive Review

      Pictures by Kapil Angane

      User Reviews for Verna

        4.3

        Overall

        4.6

        Exterior

        4.4

        Interior

        4.2

        Ride Qlty

      • 02/19/2019 20:27:24 | Ashish Sood

        Whats Good

        Indeed nice Looks....

        What Can Improve

        I dont think any scope of improvement , it is the best car

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        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 17 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 17 kmpl
        • Maintenance 1000 per month

        User ratings

        • 5

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 5

          Ride Qlty

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      • 11/01/2017 19:28:49 | Mahesh Yella

        Whats Good

        Design & look is good.

        What Can Improve

        Back side more space needed.

        I bought just a month back and found major defect. Right side back seat behind the body is overheating and couldn't able to find solution so for from Hyundai. Dealer service center couldn't identify the issue and couldn't able to fix it. No response from Hyundai.

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 8 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 10 kmpl

        User ratings

        • 5

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 4

          Ride Qlty

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      • 10/07/2015 15:06:04 | Sunil Dubey

        Whats Good

        only outer body parts

        What Can Improve

        do not share fake dealers cars in your site

        I had visited at your site and purchased on 21/6/15 a verna car from S.B motors, Radhunath pur, kolkata-157 for your reference posting the bills. car was looking very impressive but in realty the inner parts are fake. I am not able to drive my dram car at least 3 month . My car since 7th Sep. 2015 for repairing work at Mukherjee Udyog , 113 chetla road kolkata-113. they are unable to resolve the problem and given me Rs. 83945/- bill for the charges.

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 7 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 10 kmpl
        • Maintenance 10000 per month

        User ratings

        • 4

          Exterior

        • 1

          Interior

        • 1

          Ride Qlty

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      • 04/03/2014 17:32:57 | Sanjay Sood

        Whats Good

        Driving comfort, smooth engine, interior space and boot space

        What Can Improve

        Mileage and upholstry (even leather upholstry appears to be cheap)

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 9 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 12 kmpl
        • Maintenance 3000 per month

        User ratings

        • 4

          Exterior

        • 3

          Interior

        • 5

          Ride Qlty

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      • 01/17/2014 22:51:17 | Ramesh Venugopal

        Whats Good

        MILLEGE, INSTRUMENT BACK LIGHTING AUDIO SYSTEM, CABIN INSULATION,

        What Can Improve

        GPS, CLIMATE CONTROL, ELECTRIC FOLDABLE REAR VIEW MIRROR

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 13 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 20 kmpl
        • Maintenance 5000 per month

        User ratings

        • 5

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 3

          Ride Qlty

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      • 01/17/2014 22:37:23 | Arun Chakravorty

        Whats Good

        Air Conditionar Excellent.trouble free Drive.

        What Can Improve

        Bushes of Shockers

        Two New Tyres (One week Back) and New EXIDE Battery

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 13 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 15 kmpl
        • Maintenance 3000 per month

        User ratings

        • 4

          Exterior

        • 4

          Interior

        • 4

          Ride Qlty

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      Verna FAQs

      Hyundai Verna is available in 6 colours - Phantom Black, Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Titan Grey, Starry Night, Fiery Red

      Quick Facts about Hyundai Verna

      Hyundai Verna, a Sedan, is available from ₹ 9.32 - 15.36 Lakh in India. Hyundai offers the latest Verna in 12 versions in India. The base model E 1.5 VTVT starts at ₹ 9.32 Lakh in Delhi and the top model SX (O) 1.5 CRDi AT priced at ₹ 15.36 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Verna.

      Verna comes in 7 Petrol version (s) and 5 Diesel version (s).

      The Petrol version comes with 1497cc engine capacity and Manual,Automatic (CVT) transmission mode(s). It generates 113 bhp @ 6300 rpm. Another petrol version comes with 998cc engine capacity and Automatic (Dual Clutch) transmission mode(s). It generates 118 bhp @ 6000 rpm.

      The Diesel version comes with 1493cc engine capacity and Manual,Automatic (Torque Converter) transmission mode(s). It generates 113 bhp @ 4000 rpm.

      Hyundai Verna comes in 6 colors which include Phantom Black, Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Titan Grey, Starry Night, Fiery Red.

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      Verna Specifications

      Note: Specifications for Verna E 1.5 VTVT have been mentioned

      Engine & Performance
      Fuel Type
      Petrol
      Transmission
      Manual - 6 Gears
      Mileage - ARAI Reported
      17.7
      Driving Range (km)
      796.5
      Engine
      1497 cc, 4 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC
      Engine Type
      1.5 l MPi
      Peak Power (bhp@rpm)
      113 bhp @ 6300 rpm
      Peak Torque (Nm@rpm)
      144 Nm @ 4500 rpm
      Drivetrain
      FWD
      Emission Standard
      BS 6
      -
      -
      Steering, Tyres, & Suspnsions
      Steering Type
      Power assisted (Electric)
      Minimum Turning Radius
      5.2
      Suspension - Front
      McPherson Strut with Coil Spring
      Suspension - Rear
      Couple Torsion Beam Axle
      Wheels Type
      Steel Rims
      Tyres Size - Front
      185 / 65 R15
      Tyres Size - Rear
      185 / 65 R15
      Spare Wheel
      Steel
      -
      Size, Weight, & Dimensions
      Bootspace / Dicky Capacity (L)
      480
      Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
      45
      Passenger Capacity
      5
      Length (mm)
      4440
      Width (mm)
      1729
      Height (mm)
      1475
      Wheelbase (mm)
      2600
      Ground Clearance (mm)
      165
      No of Seating Rows
      2
      No of Doors
      4
      -
      -

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