Laxmi Intercontinental Pvt. Ltd, the sole authorized distributor of Hyundai cars in Nepal, have launched the new 2017 Hyundai Grand i10 in the Nepalese market at a starting price of Rs 26,96,000 and which goes upto Rs 34,56,000 for the top Sportz O Automatic version.


The new 2017 Grand i10 comes with many design refinements and projects Hyundai’s new design identity with the cascade design front grille and aerodynamic profile, characterized by signature fluidic sculpture 2.0 design language which gives the new 2017 Grand i10, a curved natural flowing line.


In the front, the 2017 Grand i10 features new radiator grille design, redesigned new bumper and new LED DRLs (daytime running lights) to give the front more bold and sporty look. On the rear, it comes with dual tone bumperalong with aesthetically incorporated reflectors. Also, in the front, air curtain has been added which will be segment first. Design of Diamond Cut alloys and wheel covers has been refreshed to boost the sporty quotient while the side body moulding has become sleeker, thus offering a fresh profile to the new Grand i10.


Powering the new 2017 Grand i10 is the same 1.2L Kappa Dual VTVT petrol  engine which generates 83 PS power @ 6,000 RPM and 114 NM torque @ 4,000 RPM. Moreover, measures like Alternator Management System help improve fuel efficiency while Air Curtain helps improve Aerodynamics and Reduced NVH and also boost fuel efficiency.


The interior of new 2017 Grand i10 depicts a contemporary interior design that is optimized for intuitive control. It offers the advanced and large 7.0 touch screen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirror Link thus guarantee seamless connectivity together with Smartphone navigation interface and dedicated Voice recognition button on steering wheel for Advanced Hi-tech appeal and safe driving experience.

The new 2017 Grand i10 offers advanced safety with features like Rear Parking Assist System with Dual Airbags, ABS, Reverse Parking Sensors and newly introduced Rear Parking Camera with display on 7.0 Touch Screen. Newly introduced Fully Automatic temperature Control along with Rear AC vents further adds to customers’ convenience.

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