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2023 Hyundai Aura facelift bookings open

It now comes standard with four airbags, ABS, and EBD. Six airbags, ESC, and hill assist control can be added as extra safety features.

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Hyundai has taken the wraps off of the updated 2023 Aura sedan. This is Aura’s first mid-life update since it came out in January 2020. The front fascia has been changed, and there are new tech and safety features. Hyundai is taking Aura reservations for Rs 11,000, which is a small sum. The car will also be shown at the Auto Expo 2023. A new look for the Grand i10 Nios hatchback has also been shown by Hyundai.

The Aura’s front end got the biggest change in the facelift. The compact sedan now has a more upright nose and a two-part grille. Between the grille and the hood, there is a thin section with the Hyundai logo. The lower part of the bumper is almost the whole height and width. This makes it look wider than it is and gives it a new hexagonal pattern with a black finish.

The bumper now has new LED Daytime Running Lamps in the shape of an upside-down L. The fog lights have been taken out of the new model, though. The front bumper’s chin is also a lot sharper than it used to be.

The sedan’s profile, on the other hand, hasn’t changed at all. Even the alloy wheels are the same. The back of the car hasn’t changed much either. The taillights, the chrome trim that connects them, and even the bumper are all the same. What’s new is that the trunk lid spoiler, which used to be an extra, is now standard on all trims except the base one. It also gets a new colour called “Starry Night.”

On the inside, the layout of the cabin hasn’t changed, but the seats now have new upholstery, the steering wheel is wrapped in leather, and the footwell area has new lighting. The Aura facelift keeps the 8.0-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, rear AC vents, automatic climate control, and a wireless charger. It also adds new Type-C charging ports and a 3.5-inch digital display in the instrument cluster.

It now comes standard with four airbags, ABS, and EBD. Six airbags, ESC, and hill assist control can be added as extra safety features. Central locking and keyless entry, automatic headlights, ISOFIX anchors, and a day/night rearview mirror are all features that can be added as options.

The updated Aura will still have the same 1.2-liter gasoline engine that makes 83hp and 113.8Nm and is paired with either a 5-speed manual or an AMT transmission. It also has a CNG kit installed at the factory for the 1.2-liter gasoline engine, which makes 69hp and 95.2Nm of torque and is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.

The facelifted Aura will go up against cars like the Tata Tigor (Rs 6.10 lakh–8.84 lakh), the Honda Amaze petrol (Rs 6.89 lakh–9.48 lakh), and the Maruti Suzuki Dzire (Rs 6.24 lakh–9.18 lakh) on the market. (All prices are from the India showroom)

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