The Hyundai Xcent taxi variant will come void of any features and get cab specific changes like only rear power windows, no central locking and different seat upholstery. It is a known fact that the Maruti DZire is one of the best selling vehicles in India and a major chunk of those volumes come from […]
Hyundai Xcent is a sub-4 metre sedan based on the Hyundai Grand i10 hatchback. In terms of styling, the Hyundai Xcent looks similar to the Grand i10 until the C-pillar. The boot on the Hyundai Xcent is neatly integrated and is claimed to be the most spacious (407 litres) in its segment. The interiors of the Hyundai Xcent are shared with Grand i10 that feature push button start, keyless go, steering mounted audio controls and rear AC vents. Hyundai Xcent gets more rear legroom, rear arm rest and automatic climate control in addition to the Hyundai Grand i10. The Hyundai Xcent is offered in both petrol (1.2-litre) and diesel (1.1-litre) engine options. The Hyundai Xcent fills the void left by Hyundai Accent that was discontinued in 2013. Hyundai Xcent comes with a starting price of Rs. 4.66 lakhs with 90 percent of localisation.