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Hyundai Verna Transform, the revamped sedan in India at price Rs. 6.56 lac

Hyundai Verna Transform Price in India

Hyundai, the auto giant from South Korea which is also India’s second largest car maker has launched it all new Verna in a new transformed look. The car is called Verna Transform and has come with amazing transformed features both at its exteriors and interiors.


The car is set at a price range between Rs. 6.56 lac and Rs. 9.22 lac (ex showroom price Delhi). The launch comes well ahead of the launch of Hyundai’s Verna 2011 and with the Verna Transform the company aims to raise the benchmark in the sedan segment in India.


Introduced at the 2010 Auto Expo, the Verna Transform has already been launched in Korea and has managed to earn raving response thanks to its revamped exterior and stylish interiors. The previously dull looking Verna has been given a more aggressive front facia with brand new bumpers, headlamps, radiator grill and side mirror repeaters.


The new Verna Transform brings a stylish new interior with a lot of additional features making it more fuel efficient and as all its powertrains receives fuel economy improvements. On the interiors side the sedan boasts of a latest MP3 player, a blue lit illuminated panel which catches eyes instantly and an iPod connect. The new avatar of Verna also brings an eco friendly lamp in the dash board that consumes very less of power and a radio, speedo and techo dial.


Hyundai has launched Verna Transform in both 1.6L petrol engine capable of delivering a fuel efficiency figure of 12-14 kmpl at 104 PS@5500rpm and 1.5 L CDRI engine which delivers 110PS @4000rpm with a fuel efficiency of 18-20 kmpl. The base price of the Verna Transform gasoline variant is Rs. 6,55,896 and the price for diesel variant is Rs. 7,87,000 as told to reporters by Hyundai Motors India,  Director for Sales, Arvind Saxena.


With the launch of Verna Transform, Hyundai aims to boost the sale of Verna. The company launched the sedan in 2006 and since then has sold 82,076 units of the car. Managing Director and CEO, Hyundai Motor India, H W Park, said, “The Verna Transform is all set to boost Hyundai’s already superior line-up of products in India by raising the benchmark in the sedan segment.”