Ahead of its launch on 20th April 2017, the features list of the Hyundai Xcent have been leaked and we give you a glimpse of what variant gets what and loses what.
Let’s start with what the top end variants, the SX and the SX (O) get in addition to the previous Xcent SX and SX (O). Hyundai has given the top-end variants, a new 7.0-inch touch-screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a shark-fin antenna, a voice recognition button on the steering wheel and DRLs housed near the foglamps. Hyundai has also taken out auto dimming mirror, 1 GB memory and the Cluster Ioniser (SX (O) only).
The Hyundai Xcent has a total of five variants compared to four in the older model, namely the E, E+, S, SX and the top of the line SX (O). Hyundai had given the previous model, ABS as standard across the range. However the Xcent facelift loses ABS as standard across the range, and the safety feature is only available on the SX and SX (O) trims. The Xcent also loses out on manual dimming IRVM, digital clock, full wheel cover, blackened out B-pillars but gets a passenger airbag and Alternator Management System (AMS).
The S variant loses out on driver seat height adjustment, ABS and body side mouldings, but gets the mobile phone docking feature on the automatic variant only, if the leaked sheets are to be believed.
2017 Hyundai Xcent features
– Hyundai Xcent now gets a total of five variants
– ABS is no more standard across the range
– The Xcent gets a new 1.2-litre diesel engine
Source – Team-BHP.com