Hyundai Exter Knight edition launched at Rs 8.38 lakh

    Exter Knight edition features a host of visual updates, debuts two new colour options.

    Published On Jul 10, 2024 03:34:00 PM


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    Hyundai has launched the Exter Knight edition with prices starting at Rs 8.38 lakh. The special edition version features styling updates, and has been launched to mark one year of the Exter in the country.

    1. Exter Knight gets an all-black theme with red highlights
    2. Based on SX, SX(O) Connect variants

    Hyundai Exter Knight price
    VariantEx-showroom price
    Exter Knight SX MTRs 8.38 lakh
    Exter Knight SX dual tone MTRs 8.62 lakh
    Exter Knight SX(O) Connect MTRs 9.71 lakh
    Exter Knight SX(O) Connect dual tone MTRs 9.86 lakh
    Exter Knight SX AMTRs 9.05 lakh
    Exter Knight SX dual tone AMTRs 9.30 lakh
    Exter Knight SX(O) Connect AMTRs 10.15 lakh
    Exter Knight SX(O) Connect dual tone AMTRs 10.43 lakh

    Hyundai Exter Knight edition: what’s new?

    The Exter Knight edition is based on the SX & SX(O) Connect variants, and comes with exterior changes such as black painted side-sill garnish, red accents on the front bumper and tailgate, red brake calipers, black front and rear skid plates, black alloy wheels on the SX(O) Connect, black Hyundai and Exter badges, and a Knight emblem.

    It gets an all-black theme on the inside with contrasting red accents and stitching, red footwell lighting, black satin interior door handles and steering, metal scuff plate, red stitching on the floor mats, and new Knight seat upholstery with red stitching and piping.

    The Hyundai Exter Knight edition brings in two new colour options – Abyss Black and Shadow Grey. Other colours include Starry Night, Atlas White and Ranger Khaki. Shadow Grey and Ranger Khaki are also offered in dual-tone with a black roof.

    Hyundai Exter Knight powertrain

    The Exter Knight edition retains the 83hp, 114Nm 1.2-litre, four-cylinder NA petrol engine as the standard SUV that can be had with both the 5-speed manual and the 5-speed AMT gearboxes.

    The Hyundai Exter rivals the Tata Punch, Citroen C3, Maruti Fronx, Toyota Taisor, Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger. Hyundai is also developing an all-new crossover based on the Bayon (sold overseas), which will sit above the Exter in its portfolio and directly rival the Fronx and Taisor.

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