The new 4s Fluidic Verna gets a major facelift and improved fuel efficiency. The 1.4l now returns 24.8kmpl while the 1.6l has increased to 23.9kmpl (up by 1.5kmpl and 2kmpl respectively). The 1.6 diesel Verna is still the most powerful in this segment and the motor is also a lot more refined than its rivals.
This overall facelift has improved the car and is an indication that Hyundai are headed in the right direction. Take a look at our images from the drive.
The redesigned front gives the car a completely different character
Move to the side and apart from the fender that is slightly different, everything is identical to the outgoing car
The standard projector headlamps are a lot sharper than before
The fog lamps follow a boomerang design and the housing uses quite a bit of chrome
The bumper features new design reflectors and the exhausts are now concealed
The diamond-cut design 16-inch wheels in the top models have been retained
ORVMs with integrated turn indicators
Diesel engine badging is placed on the front fender
A handy co-driver seat adjuster that can be accessed by the rear passenger for better knee-room
Out goes the hexagonal grille and in comes a new smaller twin-slat unit
Additional comfort features include auto headlamps, rain sensing wipers and a new stereo with a 1GB storage option
The tail lamps feature a new cluster with an LED like effect
Hyundai Verna still offers 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre petrol/diesel engines with increased fuel efficiency
ABS is standard across the range while the top variants are back to being offered with six airbags