- The Hyundai Alcazar is now available in two new seven-seat automatic models.
- In the petrol six-seat line-up, the business recently dropped the base model.
The Hyundai Alcazar lineup has been quietly updated by Hyundai India, as seen by recent updates to the official website. The six-seat petrol basic models were terminated by the automaker last week, with details accessible here.
Hyundai has now added two additional variations to the Alcazar seven-seat layout with an automatic transmission, the Platinum (O) and Signature (O), which are available in both petrol and diesel powertrains. Previously, these models were only available in six-seat versions with a manual transmission. There are no further mechanical or functional upgrades to the Alcazar outside of the new versions.
Hyundai Alcazar versions have been redesigned: Hyundai debuted the Alcazar SUV in India in June of this year. The Alcazar is a three-row version of the Creta, the company’s most popular SUV. Hyundai updates its product line-up with new variants on a regular basis. The Hyundai Alcazar’s variation lineup has been updated as a result of this. The two base-spec petrol 6-seater models have been phased out in favour of four new 7-seater variants with the automatic gearbox.
New versions’ prices
Alcazar’s entry-level Prestige and Prestige (O) six-seater petrol models have been discontinued by Hyundai. They were available with either a manual or automatic transmission. However, the business has now introduced four new 7-seater automatic gearbox models, each with a petrol or diesel engine option. Platinum (O) and Signature (O) trims are available. The prices of these new variants are listed below, ex-showroom (Delhi).
Signature Platinum (O) 7-Seater Petrol AT – Rs 19.41 lakh (O)
Petrol AT 7-Seater – Rs 19.64 lakh
7-seater Platinum (O) Diesel AT – Rs 19.70 lakh
AT – Rs 19.85 lakh Signature (O) 7-Seater Diesel
Specifications of the Engine
The Hyundai Alcazar is powered by a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 157 horsepower and 191 Nm of peak torque. A 1.5-litre diesel engine with 113 horsepower and 250 Nm of peak torque also powers the six/seven-seater SUV. Both engines are paired with a 6-speed manual transmission as well as a torque-converter automatic transmission “as read and reported by www.businesskhabar.com”.