All New Hyundai Aura Facelift launched at Rs 6.29 lakh

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Hyundai has released the updated Aura in India. Prices for the base petrol E model start at Rs 6.29 lakh and go up to Rs 8.87 lakh for the CNG SX model. Earlier this month, the Korean automaker began accepting reservations for the updated Aura for a small fee of Rs 11,000, Hyundai also just released the new Grand i10 Nios, which has a new look.

As part of the update, the Aura now has a more upright nose and a two-part grille on the front. The small sedan also gets new LED DRLs in the shape of an upside-down L that are built into the bumper’s edges. However, it no longer has fog lights. It does not, however, get any changes on the sides or in the back, where the 15-inch alloy wheels and LED tail lights stay the same. The Aura got a new look, and all but the base trim have a spoiler on the back of the trunk.

The compact sedan from Hyundai now comes in a new colour called “Starry Night.” This colour replaces “Vintage Brown,” which was available on the last model. On the inside, the layout of the cabin hasn’t changed, but the seats now have new upholstery, the area around the feet has new lighting, and the instrument cluster has been changed.

Under the hood, the Aura’s 1.2-liter engine stays the same, so there are no changes with the facelift. This unit makes 83hp and 114Nm and can be paired with either a 5-speed manual or an AMT transmission. Hyundai also has a factory-installed CNG kit for the Aura’s 1.2-liter gasoline engine, which makes 69hp and 95Nm of torque and is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission.

All powertrains now meet RDE standards and can use E20 fuel. But the 1.0-liter turbo-petrol engine that made 100hp and 172Nm of torque is no longer in the updated compact sedan.

The new Aura comes in five trim levels: E, S, SX, SX(O), and SX+. It has a lot of new safety and convenience features compared to the old model. It now comes with four airbags, ABS, and EBD as standard. The higher trim levels get six airbags, ESC, ISOFIX anchorages, hill-hold assist, and automatic headlights.

The updated Aura competes with other compact sedans like the Tata Tigor (Rs 6.10 lakh–8.84 lakh), the Honda Amaze (Rs 6.89 lakh–9.48 lakh), and the Maruti Suzuki Dzire (Rs 6.24 lakh–9.18 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi).

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