Hyundai has added additional safety kit to its Xcent compact sedan range. The car now comes with standard ABS and EBD on all trims. The Xcent was already available with standard dual airbags on all variants since April last year when the car received a mid-cycle refresh.
Key rivals to the Xcent like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Honda Amaze get ABS and dual airbags standard though higher-spec trims are availavle with EBD as well. This means the Xcent is on par as far as safety kit goes.
Another change to the line-up is the omission of the mid-level E+ variant. The Xcent is now available in four variants – E, S, SX and SX (O). Following the additional equipment on offer, the updated prices for the petrol Xcent start at Rs 5.5 lakh and go up to Rs 7.69 lakh, while the diesel variants start at Rs 6.42 lakh and go up to Rs 8.61 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).
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