Hyundai Verna Transform – Hyundai Introduced Verna Transform in India

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Hyundai Verna Transform
Hyundai Motor India Ltd. introduced its new model Verna Transform sedan. It is an updated version of its current Verna. It is being considered as the cheapest sedan in India.

About the looks and design of Hyundai Verna Transform - writes, “For starters, and probably the sight that you'll notice the most is the dramatic job performed on the front end. Not only does the Verna Transform get a new pair of headlamps - that themselves are far more stylish than the current set, but it also gets a completely new front bumper as well. The headlights now look more in line with Hyundai's scorcher-of-a-car, the Genesis Coupe which is most definitely a huge improvement on the earlier units that the Verna had. But the headlamp change doesn't garner just visual appeal - Hyundai claims that it also provides better illumination. The front bumper gets a curvier theme with creases that seem to converge to a point behind the license plate - an effect that gets accentuated by the new grille that features body-colour slats running its full width just under the Hyundai logo. Then there is also the cascade mesh air dam and the round fog lamps surrounded by black inserts. Completing the visual changes on the front is the sleek row of LED turn indicators on the wing mirrors. The tail features a new lamp design as well as chrome garnish along with a dual tone redesigned bumper. But the highlight of the rear end has to be the trapezoidal chrome finished exhaust tip.”

Further the news portal writes about the diesel and petrol variants of Hyundai Verna Transform, “Interested buyers will still get a choice of a 1.6 litre petrol and a 1.5 litre diesel engine. The petrol engine puts out 103.2PS @ 5500rpm and 146 Nm of torque that peaks at 3000rpm and finds way into the Verna Transform 1.6 VTVT and 1.6 SX VTVT. The diesel unit makes 110PS @ 4000rpm and 236Nm between 1900 and 2750rpm and is available in three variants - 1.5 CRDi VGT, 1.5 SX CRDi VGT & 1.5 SX VGT (AT). While both petrol variants and the first two mentioned diesel variants are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, the 1.5 SX VGT (AT) is coupled to a 4-speed auto'box.”

Finally, the news portal writes about the price range of Hyundai Verna Transform, “Hyundai has taken a bold step to inject new life into the four year old sedan that still rakes up quite a decent sales figure. One look at the Verna Transform's pricing and you know it's going to keep the cash flowing in. The base petrol Verna Transform remains at Rs 6.55 lakh while the SX VTVT will now go for Rs 7.5 lakh - only Rs 20,000 higher than the older SX. The 1.5 CRDi is now Rs 7.87 lakh and the SX variant on the oil-burner will retail for Rs 8.38 lakh with the manual transmission while the 1.5 SX VGT (AT) is tagged at Rs 9.21 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).”

Overall, Hyundai has tried to give a new car to its customers. Verna Transform is an affordable and updated version car. The car will create the biggest competition for Honda Civic in Indian market. The company expects to sell 2,000 units a month of the Verna Transform.

Honda Civic Launched by Honda with Enhanced Features

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Honda Civic has been launched with some additional features by Honda Siel cars in India. The cars give great appeal in looks and design.

Tatsuya Natsume who is the Director Marketing in Honda Siel Cars India Ltd said to, “The Civic has always been in demand and has enjoyed a good level of appreciation since its launch. However, with time it is necessary to give the model a boost and these value added features should delight Honda Civic customers.”

So, the company has tried to make it customers delight with added features and new models of Honda Civic.

Further the news portal talks about the added features of Honda Civic, “The features list on the Honda Civic SMT now include a steering mounted cruise control system to help enhance driving pleasure as well as turn indicators on the OVRMs in order to add to the look of the car. The higher model Civic VMT and VAT feature back up sensors to aid in easy reversing of the car. This feature is in addition to the other changes carried out on the Civic range.”

About the changes and new technology, the news portal writes, “Apart from these changes, the Civic retains its quintessential good looks and brilliant 1.8 litre i-VTEC engine. Safety systems include ABS, EBD, dual airbags and G-CON (G-Force Control Technology). The Civic remains a first-rate car that is a joy to drive and continues to do good numbers in the D segment. The new features should help in convincing customers further as these add to the long list of features that already come with the Civic.”

In the conclusion, the new features and technology of Honda Civic will be able to convince customers very aggressively.

The news portal reveals price range of Honda Civic in Ex-Showroom, Delhi:

Honda Civic 1.8 SMT: Rs.12.2 Lac

Honda Civic 1.8 VMT: Rs.13.07 Lac

Honda Civic 1.8 VAT: Rs.13.81 Lac

So, the Honda Civic cars have an average price range in India. The car will be the biggest competitor of Indica Vista Drivetech4 in Indian market.


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