- 2021 Hyundai Aura from Rs 5.92 lakh to Rs 9.34 lakh is now priced (ex-showroom).
- The main update updates the middle and top versions of a rear spoiler.
- The sound system of Arkamys has stopped.
- Retain the three options available on the powertrain.
The Hyundai Aura compact sedan list has been silently revised by the Hyundai India company. The model brochure has been updated on the new changes website. The car manufacturer has deleted the S, SX, SX, and SX (O) rear wing spoiler offered. The characteristics remain unchanged aside from this change.
A feature rejigs along with a price increase of Rs 4 000 has been given to Hyundai India’s sole sedan of 4 metres (23 ft.) for all variants except for the base E variant.
Four new updates are available for Aura 2021:
- A spoiler for all models with the exception of base-spec E.
- A set for the second to base S MT of 15 inch wheels and for the S AMT versions of the machine-finishes wheels.
- For the base-specific E variant, the downsized repair wheel is 14-inch to 13-inch.
- In the mid-spec SX and top-spec SX (O) trims, the Arkamys sound system has been discontinued.
Features such as the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay 8-inch tactile screen infotainment system, cross-checking, air conditioning with rear AC winds and wireless charging have remained intact. The safety package on the Aura still contains standard dual front airbags, EBD ABS, rear parking camera and rear car parking sensors.
A few months ago, for the mentioned trimesters of the compact sedan, the carmaker had introduced a rear wing spoiler. In addition, Aura features a wireless charger, automatic climate control, an 8-inch Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connective touch-screen infotainment system, a cooled glovebox, headlamps of projectors, keyless input and a high height adjustability driver seat.
Mechanically, three powertrain options remain available to the Aura. The petrol of 1.2 litres produces an 82bhp and 114Nm torque, while powerful 1.0liter turbo petrol generates a maximum torque of 99bhp and 172Nm. Meanwhile, the 1.2-litre diesel engine generates a maximum torque of 74bhp and 190Nm. The AMT is available for 1.2-litre petrol and 1,2-liter diesel derivatives, while the five-speed manual gearbox is common.
Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, Honda Amaze, and Tata Tigor will compete with the Hyundai Aura “as read and reported by www.zigwheels.com”.