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2018 Hyundai Santro: Image gallery

Simran Rastogi  /
31 Oct 2018 21:47:25 IST

The new Hyundai Santro is a big deal for the company – it revives the name tag that put Hyundai at the forefront when the Korean company first entered the Indian market a smidge over 20 years back. It's been launched with introductory prices starting at Rs 3.89 lakh, going up to Rs 5.45 lakh (all prices ex-showroom). You can read our first drive review for our impressions of the car and our list of things that we like or dislike, for a brief roundup of those impressions. The Santro is only available with a petrol engine (a factory CNG variant is available), mated to a five-speed manual or new five-speed AMT gearbox. You can read a detailed breakdown of variants here. Twenty years on, the Santro has moved on from its tall-boy stance, with styling erring on the conservative side. Legroom, knee room, headroom and shoulder room in the new Santro are among the highest in its class, which includes the Tata TiagoRenault Kwid and Maruti Suzuki Celerio.

Cheerful front end quite unique for the segment, with fog lights placed quite high on the bumper though they spread light well

Kink in window line a great touch, apart from the boomerang shaped creases on the side which accentuate the wheel arches

The new Santro most closely resembles the original Santro from this angle, namely in its 'tall boy' stance

Black plastic bumper element reduces visual height and houses reflectors. Reversing light in tail lamp cluster

No alloy wheels on offer through the range. Top-end variants get 14-inch wheels, with Hankook Kinergy Eco2 sized 165/70. Lower variants ride on 13s

Mildly tweaked 1.1-litre Epsilon engine from the Hyundai i10 and makes 69PS and 99Nm torque

Dark interiors only with the Diana Green exterior, other shades get a beige/black dual colourway

Moving the power window switches to central stack frees up space, but takes some getting used to

Instrumentation exceedingly easy to read, and the 2.5-inch MID offers distance-to-empty, average fuel efficiency and more

7-inch touchscreen infotainment breaks new ground in the segment and offers Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink connectivity and onboard navigation. Physical controls are cleverly laid out under a rubber strip

Colour matched, double stitched - you don't see this sort of upholstery in mass-market cars! Headrests are fixed but are tall enough to offer support

Legroom, headroom and shoulder room impressive - the seat squab is wide enough to offer great under-thigh support though rear headrests fall short of offering support for tall passengers

Powerful AC chills the cabin in no time at all, though rear AC vents need to be positioned right to prevent chilly knees

235 litres of cargo space can be expanded by folding rear seat flat to the floor. Loading lip is high but the boot makes up in its depth

Price (Ex-Delhi)
Starts Rs 3.9 Lakhs
Displacement
1086cc
Transmission
Manual
Max Power(ps)
59
Max Torque(Nm)
84.33
Mileage
-NA-
Price (Ex-Delhi)
Starts Rs 4.2 Lakhs
Displacement
998cc
Transmission
Automatic
Max Power(ps)
68
Max Torque(Nm)
90
Mileage
23.1 Kmpl
Price (Ex-Delhi)
Starts Rs 2.67 Lakhs
Displacement
999cc
Transmission
Automatic
Max Power(ps)
68
Max Torque(Nm)
91
Mileage
24.04 Kmpl
Price (Ex-Delhi)
Starts Rs 3.35 Lakhs
Displacement
1199cc
Transmission
Manual
Max Power(ps)
114
Max Torque(Nm)
150
Mileage
-NA-

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