Hyundai Exter price, variants explained

    The Hyundai Exter is available in five trims – EX, S, SX, SX (O) and SX (O) Connect – and three powertrain options.

    Published On Jul 11, 2023 09:00:00 AM


    Hyundai Exter variants

    Hyundai has just launched the Exter, its smallest and most affordable SUV, for an introductory price range of Rs 6 lakh-10 lakh. The Exter is based on the same platform as the Grand i10 Nios and Aura, but it gets a different design. It features Hyundai’s parametric design in the grille, C-pillar and tail-gate, and gets an H-pattern signature for the lights. Let’s take a closer look at what features are offered with each trim. 

    Hyundai Exter powertrains

    The Exter comes in five trims – EX, S, SX, SX (O) and SX (O) Connect. All get the same 83hp, 114Nm, 1.2-litre petrol engine as its hatchback and sedan siblings, and it is mated to a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT. Unlike the Grand i10 Nios and Aura, the AMT on the Exter is available on all but the base trim. 

    Hyundai is also offering a factory-fitted CNG kit on the Exter, producing 69hp and 95.2Nm of torque. In CNG-spec, it only gets the manual gearbox and is available on S and SX trims. 

    Following is the list of features you get on the Exter’s trims. 

    Hyundai Exter EX (Rs 6.00 lakh)

    Engine - 1.2 petrol-MT

    • Six airbags
    • ABS with EBD
    • Central locking
    • Keyless entry
    • 3-point seat belts for all seats
    • Seat belt reminders
    • LED tail-lamps
    • Body-coloured bumpers
    • Digital instruments cluster with 4.2-inch MID
    • Multiple regional UI languages
    • Front power windows
    • Adjustable rear headrests
    • Manual AC
    • Driver seat height adjustment
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Electronic stability control (EX (O) only)
    • Hill start assist (EX (O) only)
    • Vehicle stability management (EX (O) only)

    Hyundai Exter S (Rs 7.27 lakh-8.24 lakh)

    Engine - 1.2 petrol MT/ AMT; 1.2 CNG MT

    In addition to EX

    • Tyre pressure monitoring system
    • 8-inch touchscreen
    • Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
    • Voice recognition
    • Four speakers
    • Steering mounted controls
    • Rear AC vents
    • Rear power windows
    • Electrically adjustable wing mirrors
    • USB Type C port (front)
    • Rear parcel tray
    • Day/ night IRVM
    • Wheel covers for 14-inch steel wheels
    • Electric folding wing mirrors (AMT only)

    Hyundai Exter SX (Rs 8.00 lakh-8.97 lakh)

    Engine - 1.2-petrol MT/AMT; 1.2 CNG MT

    In addition to S

    • Rear parking camera
    • Rear defogger
    • Isofix mounts
    • Projector headlamps
    • 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels
    • Shark fin antenna
    • Sunroof
    • Paddle shifters (AMT only)
    • Cruise control (petrol only)

    Hyundai Exter SX (O) (Rs 8.64 lakh-9.32 lakh)

    Engine - 1.2-petrol MT/AMT

    In addition to SX

    • Automatic headlamps
    • Footwell lighting
    • Smart key for keyless entry
    • Keyless go
    • Wireless charger
    • 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Leather-wrapped gear lever
    • Cooled glove box
    • Rear wiper and washer
    • Luggage lamp

    Hyundai Exter SX (O) Connect (Rs 9.32 lakh-10.00 lakh)

    Engine - 1.2-petrol MT/ AMT

    In addition to SX

    • Dashcam 
    • Front and rear mudguard
    • 8-inch touchscreen with bluelink
    • Ambient sounds of nature
    • Home to car link with Alexa
    • OTA updates for map and infotainment

    Hyundai Exter rivals

    The Hyundai Exter rivals Tata Punch (Rs 6.00 lakh-9.42 lakh), Citroen C3 (Rs 6.16 lakh-8.92 lakh) and Maruti Suzuki Ignis (Rs 5.84 lakh-8.16 lakh) in the sub-compact SUV segment. 

    Also see:

    Hyundai Exter walkaround video

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