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Two new models of Hyundai i20 launched to give direct competition to Baleno, price also revealed

New Delhi: Korean automobile company Hyundai (Hyundai Motors) has launched two new variants for its popular i20 hatchback. The price of 1.2L Asta (O) CVT and 1.0 Sportz DCT variants has also been announced by the company. The company has also updated the feature list for the new i20. before this Hyundai i20 The Asta (O) was available only in a manual version. Now this top spec model also comes with an automatic gearbox. The Sportz variant now also comes with DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission). The new Sportz DCT variant is Rs 1.05 lakh cheaper than the 1.0 Asta DCT.

How much is the price?
Talking about the price of these variants, the 1.2L Asta (O) CVT variant costs Rs 10.51 lakh (ex-showroom) and the 1.0 Sportz DCT variant costs Rs 9.76 lakh.

These variants will be discontinued
The company is preparing to discontinue the 1.2 CVT Asta and 1.0 DCT Asta variants. However, these variants are currently available for sale on the company’s official website. Which will probably be available till the stock runs out.

Competition with Maruti Baleno

The direct competition of Hyundai i20 is from Baleno in the Indian market, whose facelift model has been recently launched by the company. Perhaps that is why Hyundai has launched two new variants of this car in the market. Maruti Suzuki has built the new model of its most popular premium hatchback on an all new design language Crafted Futurism. For the safety of the passenger and the driver, more than 20 safety features have been given in it. These include 6 airbags (driver, co-driver, side and curtain), electronic stability program (ESP) with hill hold assist, ABS with EBD, high speed alert system, driver and co-driver seat belt reminder, LED fog lamps. went. Apart from this, high tensile and ultra high tensile steel have been used in it.

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