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Trending car news The third-generation of the i10 cars are about to hit the Indian roads. The Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS will be launched on 20th August. Ahead of the launch, booking is open for the customers now. All you have to do is visit any of the Hyundai dealerships in your locality. Bookings can also be done through their official digital platforms.

A token amount of Rs.11,000 is to be paid while booking. The price of the new Hyundai car is likely to be highly competitive. The petrol engine cars are expected to be priced in a range of 5,20,000-7,85,000Rs while the diesel engine models are estimated to be priced at 6,30,000-8,25,000Rs.

The new Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS will come with an engine that complies with the BS6 emission standards which will be in effect from 1st April 2020. The engine spec for the petrol version is similar to the existing Grand i10 cars with a power output of 83hp and peak torque figure of 114Nm.

The 1.2 litre, 3-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine generates 75hp power output and 190Nm torque while coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission. An automatic transmission variant of the new Hyundai i10 car is also expected with both a petrol and diesel engine versions.

The overall dimensions are as follows: Length - 3.8m, Width - 1.68m, Height - 1.52m, Wheelbase - 2.45m, and Wheel size - 15-inch.

The current Grand i10 fleet of cars will also be available alongside the new i10 NIOS. With the launch of the new car, the subcompact hatchback cars such as Maruti Suzuki Swift, Ford Figo are going to face a lot of heat.

“GRAND i10 NIOS is the 3rd Generation of the legendary brand ‘i10’ and will co-exist with GRAND i10 which will further expand Hyundai portfolio and cater to a much wider segment of customers from Urban, Semi-urban and rural markets.” - said Mr SS Kim (MD & CEO- Hyundai Motor India Ltd).

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Trending car news The base variant is powered by a 1461cc 4 cylinder in-line CRDI engine while coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission system generates a maximum torque of 240Nm @ 1750rpm and a peak power output of 110PS (80.9kW) @ 3850rpm. The variant is equipped with a two-wheel drive train.

Being the entry-level variant, the model lacks the 8-inch A-IVI infotainment system. The users have to settle for the integrated 2 DIN audio system. The manufacturer has cut down several features such as cruise control, push-button start, keyless entry, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wiper, etc to reduce the cost.

The exterior makes the base variant distinguishable from the higher-spec variants with halogen lamps, steel wheels, lack of skid plate and lack of roof rail.

The new Nissan kicks variant comes with black coloured fabric seats, gear shift knob with chrome finish, 6-way manually adjustable driver seat. However, the rear seat armrest with cup holders is missing.

In the safety department, the SUV variant is equipped with ABS with EBD and BA, rear defogger, rear parking sensors, etc. But, it lacks important safety features such as side airbags, a rearview camera, and Hill Start Assist Control.

The new Nissan Kicks offers an SUV experience at a cheaper price and reduced safety features. Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta, Ford Ecosport, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza are the rivals in the segment.

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