The South Korean auto major Hyundai, which is the second largest car manufacturer in India, has officially unpacked its all new mid-sized sedan 2017 Verna for the Indian marketplace. With a starting price of Rs 7.99 lakh, the Verna 2017 will be available in four new variants including Hyundai Verna E, Hyundai Verna EX, Hyundai Verna SX, and Hyundai Verna SX (O). While the base variant of Verna 2017 will be priced at Rs 7.99 lakh, the superior most variant will cost buyers some Rs 12.39 lakh.

As officially confirmed, the advanced booking for the new Verna was earlier started in August with a booking amount of Rs 25,000 across all Hyundai dealerships in India, and soon the British Automaker will start shipping the sedans. The Verna E MT Petrol variant is priced at Rs 7,99,900 Lakhs while the diesel model will cost buyers Rs 9, 19,900 Lakhs. Likewise, the Verna EX MT petrol and diesel models will respectively cost consumers Rs 9, 06,900 Lakhs and Rs. 9,99, 990.

The petrol variant of Verna SX MT is tagged with the price range of Rs 9,49,900 Lakhs, while its diesel model is priced at Rs. 11,11, 900 lakhs. While petrol and diesel variants of Verna SX (O) MT are tagged with Rs 11,08,900 Lakhs and Rs. 12,39, 000, the Verna EX AT will cost purchasers Rs 10,22,900 Lakhs for the petrol variant and Rs 11,39,900 Lakhs for the diesel variant. Last but not the least, the Verna SX (O) AT petrol model is tagged with Rs 12,23,900 Lakhs range while its diesel model will be available for Rs 1,261,900 Lakhs.


The new 2017 Verna has come up with an all-new platform, superior performances, a new set of powerful engines, a host of ultra-modern features and a striking price tag which seems appropriate for a mid-sized sedan in India. According to Hyundai, the new Verna for the Indian market is based on the K2 platform which is made of the high-strength steel and will boost the crash-worthiness and rigidity of the car. Similarly, peak torque for the 123hp, 1.6-litre petrol, and 128hp 1.6-litre diesel engine will be 245Nm.

In terms of mileage, the Diesel 1.6 VGT MT is capable of hitting 24.75 Kmpl, while the Petrol 1.6 VTVT MT is capable touching speed of 17.70 Kilometer per liter.  Similarly, the Diesel 1.6 VGT AT can run up to 21.02 Kmpl and the Petrol 1.6 VTVT AT can run 15.92 Kmpl. Up to now, the midsize sedan market in India is primarily dominated by cars like Honda City and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. But with the introduction of Hyundai Verna’s new model, Hyundai is expected to take control over the market soon.