Hyundai i20, Grand i10 Nios, Santro prices hiked; some variants rejigged

    Hyundai SUVs – Venue, Creta and Alcazar – also see a bump in prices, along with sedans like the Aura and Verna.

    Published On May 06, 2022 08:00:00 AM


    Hyundai i20, Grand i10 Nios, Santro prices hiked; some variants rejigged
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    Hyundai has hiked prices for its hatchback line-up from May 2022, with prices now up by around Rs 3,000 to Rs 9,000, depending on model and variant. There have been some variant updates as well. The brand has also hiked prices of its SUVs like the Venue, Creta and Alcazar.

    • Santro least affected, with hike of up to Rs 4,000
    • In hatchbacks, Grand i10 Nios sees highest hike of up Rs 9,000
    • Several models see re-shuffle in variant line-up

    Hyundai Santro price hike: May 2022

    Starting with the Santro, prices for the budget hatchback have gone up by Rs 4,000 for the Era Executive, Magna and Sportz trims. Meanwhile, the top-spec Asta trim sees a hike of Rs 3,000. Hyundai, however, hasn’t increased prices for the any variant of the Santro AMT.

    That said, Hyundai has discontinued the Santro Magna and Asta AMT, which means the AMT gearbox is now only available on the mid-spec Santro Sportz variant. As for the CNG versions, it's only the Sportz CNG variant that sees a hike of Rs 3,000. Prices for the Santro petrol now range between Rs 4.90 lakh-6.00 lakh and go up to Rs 6.41 lakh for the CNG version.

    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    1.1P MT Era ExecutiveRs 4.89 lakhRs 4.85 lakhRs 4,000
    1.1P MT MagnaRs 5.36 lakhRs 5.32 lakhRs 4,000
    1.1P MT SportzRs 5.72 lakhRs 5.68 lakhRs 4,000
    1.1P AMT SportzRs 5.99 lakhRs 5.99 lakhRs 0
    1.1P MT AstaRs 6.00 lakhRs 5.97 lakhRs 3,000
    1.1 MT CNG MagnaRs 6.09 lakhRs 6.09 lakhRs 0
    1.1 MT CNG SportzRs 6.41 lakhRs 6.38 lakhRs 3,000

    Hyundai Grand i10 Nios price hike: May 2022

    The Grand i10 Nios sees a uniform price hike of Rs 9,000 for most of the petrol, diesel and CNG variants, except for the 1.2 petrol Era and Asta variants, prices of which have been hiked by Rs 10,000. However, the 1.2 petrol-AMT Magna variant sees no hike in price. 

    Like the Santro, the Grand i10 Nios also sees a re-shuffle in its variant line-up. Hyundai has discontinued the Grand i10 Nios Magna diesel. Prices for the Grand i10 Nios now range between Rs 5.39 lakh-8.46 lakh. Meanwhile, prices for the CNG variants now range between Rs 7.16 - 7.69 lakh. 

    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    1.2P MT EraRs 5.39 lakhRs 5.29 lakhRs 10,000
    1.2P MT MagnaRs 6.08 lakhRs 5.99 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2P AMT MagnaRs 6.68 lakhRs 6.68 lakhRs 0
    1.2P MT SportzRs 6.77 lakhRs 6.68 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2P Sportz DTRs 7.07 lakhRs 6.98 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2P AMT SportzRs 7.38 lakhRs 7.29 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2P MT AstaRs 7.53 lakhRs 7.43 lakhRs 10,000
    1.0P MT Turbo SportzRs 7.98 lakhRs 7.89 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2P AMT AstaRs 8.01 lakhRs 7.92 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2D MT SportzRs 7.84 lakhRs 7.75 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2D AMT SportzRs 8.46 lakhRs 8.37 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2 MT CNG MagnaRs 7.16 lakhRs 7.07 lakhRs 9,000
    1.2 MT CNG SportzRs 7.69 lakhRs 7.60 lakhRs 9,000

    Hyundai i20 price hike: May 2022

    Lastly, prices for all variants of the Hyundai i20 have uniformly gone up by about Rs 5,000. This includes the petrol, turbo-petrol, diesel as well as the sportier N Line variants. However, prices for the 1.2 petrol-CVT Asta and 1.0 turbo-DCT Asta (O) variants remain unchanged. Hyundai has also not reshuffled the i20’s variant line-up, as has been the case with the Santro and Grand i10 Nios.

    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    1.2P MT MagnaRs 7.03 lakhRs 6.98 lakhRs 5,000
    1.2P MT SportzRs 7.93 lakhRs 7.88 lakhRs 5,000
    1.2P MT AstaRs 8.80 lakhRs 8.75 lakhRs 5,000
    1.0P Turbo Sportz iMTRs 8.83 lakhRs 8.78 lakhRs 5,000
    1.2P AT SportzRs 8.95 lakhRs 8.90 lakhRs 5,000
    1.2P MT Asta(O)Rs 9.54 lakhRs 9.49 lakhRs 5,000
    1.0P Turbo DCT SportzRs 9.81 lakhRs 9.76 lakhRs 5,000
    1.2P AT AstaRs 9.95 lakhRs 9.95 lakhRs 0
    1.0P Turbo Asta iMTRs 10.05 lakhRs 9.99 lakhRs 5,010
    1.2P AT Asta(O)Rs 10.56 lakhRs 10.51 lakhRs 5,000
    1.0P Turbo DCT AstaRs 10.81 lakhRs 10.81 lakhRs 0
    1.0P Turbo DCT Asta(O)Rs 11.38 lakhRs 11.32 lakhRs 5,000
    1.5D MT MagnaRs 8.33 lakhRs 8.28 lakhRs 5,100
    1.5D MT SportzRs 9.19 lakhRs 9.14 lakhRs 5,100
    1.5D MT Asta(O)Rs 10.75 lakhRs 10.70 lakhRs 5,100
    i20 N-line
    1.0P Turbo N6 iMTRs 9.95 lakhRs 9.90 lakhRs 5,000
    1.0P Turbo N8 iMTRs 10.98 lakhRs 10.93 lakhRs 5,000
    1.0P Turbo N8 DCTRs 11.87 lakhRs 11.82 lakhRs 5,000

    Upcoming Hyundai car, SUV launches for 2022

    Hyundai has confirmed that the Ioniq5 EV will come to India this year. Facelifts for the Venue and Creta are expected to be launched as well. Additionally, the brand is said to be readying CNG-powered versions of some of its SUVs for India.

    Also See:

    Hyundai Venue prices up by Rs 12,100; 4 variants discontinued

    Used car buying guide: Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

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