All-new Hyundai Santro:
The fact that the new Hyundai Santro is longer, broader, and more feature-packed than the previous generation model means nothing if it does not come together as a product that offers better value than its current competitors. So we put any feelings we could have had about the brand ‘Santro’ in the back seat and drove the new Santro for a few hundred kilometres to see how excellent of a product it is.
So, on two points, the Santro failed to impress us. For starters, it is missing dual airbags, which we believe should be standard in any car sold in India. Second, the ‘at par’ features list, which lacks a tilt- adjustable steering wheel, adjustable headrest, alloys, and LED headlights, among other things.
In India, the new 2018 Hyundai Santro was eventually unveiled. The car’s well-known towering design is retained. However, it seems more opulent and emphasises the bigger spacing of decorative lines in the overall design since it is more rounded than before. The Z-shaped accent on the car’s side adds to its overall design. It sports a stacked grille and taillights on the front. On the other hand, the headlights are halogen bulbs with no projector or LED daytime running lights. The fog lamps in high places have a different appearance, yet they are nicely blended into the design. With a big boot lid, a large windscreen, and a stubby taillight, the automobile has few lines.
Hyundai Santro Features:
- Electrically Adjustable Outside Door Mirrors
- 64cm Touchscreen AV System
- Fire Extinguisher
- Rear Defogger
- Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock/Unlock
- R14 Wheel Covers
- Hyundai Iblue (Audio Remote Application)
- Micro Antenna
- Rear AC Vents
The Hyundai Santro gets good gas mileage and performs well. Overall, it’s a nice car that’s perfect for a long journey. It has a good reputation in the industry, and its clients are happy with the service.
One petrol engine and one CNG engine are available in the Hyundai Santro. The petrol engine has a displacement of 1086 cc, while the CNG engine has a displacement of 1086 cc. It comes with both manual and automatic transmission options. Depending on the model and kind of gasoline, the Santro has a top speed of 20.3 km/h and a 30.48 km/kg top speed. The Santro features 5 seats, a length of 3610mm, a width of 1645mm, and a wheelbase of 2400mm. Santro is a very affordable car, and its consumers are extremely pleased with it.
When it comes to safety, the new Santro is fitted with ABS with EBD and standard driver airbags. Santro’s new generation is the ideal platform for today’s world. New safety criteria must be established. For similar vehicles, such as family hatchbacks, dual airbags are a standard feature. Only the top Asta has two front airbags and a front seat belt pre-tensioner with a load limiter at the moment. As a result, we can conclude that it is a safe vehicle to ride in.
The Hyundai Santro ex-showroom price ranges from 4.63 lakh to 6.31 lakh. The top-of-the-line Hyundai Santro is priced at 7.15 lakh on the road. Hyundai sells the Santro in 13 different configurations.
Hyundai Santro Colors:
Available in 7 colors, Imperial Beige, Diana Green, Stardust, Marina Blue, Fiery Red, Typhoon Silver, Polar White.
Pros of Hyundai Santro:
- The Hyundai Santro establishes a new standard in terms of interior cabin material quality.
- On-the-road etiquette: When it comes to riding and handling, the Santro appears to be a mature package. At high speeds, it feels planted, and the steering is weighted to give you confidence. The steering is light, and the ride is agreeable at parking and city speeds.
- The Hyundai Santro is based on the Grand i10 platform, which gives it a wheelbase of 2400mm, 20mm longer than the Eon. The Hyundai Santro is broader than the Celerio at 1645mm. Its cabin is spacious, with enough room to comfortably accommodate two six-footers, one behind the other. There isn’t a lot of headroom in the front and back.
Cons of Hyundai Santro:
- The front and rear seats have fixed headrests.
- There aren’t any twin airbags as standard: Only the driver’s side airbag comes standard on the Hyundai Santro. Only the Asta model comes with dual airbags.
- Important features are missing: None of the versions come with alloy wheels, electrically foldable ORVMs, a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, or automatic temperature control. At the very least, Hyundai might have included them in the top-of-the-line Asta model.
Customer Reviews of Hyundai Santro:
- Nice mileage and performance. It’s a supercar for a family of four. Parts are reasonably priced.
- Automobile for first-time customers. Top-of-the-line 4-cylinder engine and refinement. Comfortable and spacious rear seats. According to Indian road conditions, mandatory safety is activated. Mileage of 20+ km/l at highway speeds, 15-17 km/l in city traffic. The Hyundai Sports model is suggested. A dashboard in the style of a premium product. 8) Reserve your new Santro vehicle and enjoy your journey.
- There is a way to increase your power. While accelerating, there is noticeable latency, which is disappointing for a 1.1-liter engine.
Thousands of individuals have already received their Santro, so don’t delay. Simply go get it.