Hyundai Aura, one of the nation’s most popular sedans, has been introduced in its updated form. The cost of the new Aura facelift for petrol models ranges from Rs 6.29 lakh to Rs 8.72 lakh ex-showroom. The base price with the Aura CNG versions is Rs 8.1 lakh, and the top model, ex-sh, costs Rs 8.87 lakh.
Aura’s makeover offers improved capabilities compared to competitors with a wide range of improvements, including first-in-segment features. It will continue to compete against vehicles like the Honda Amaze, Tata Tigor, and Maruti Suzuki Dzire.
Hyundai Aura Facelift Features
With elements including a black radiator grille with a 3D mesh pattern, swept-back projector headlights, dual boomerang-shaped LED DRLs, and a sculpted hood design, the Aura facelift receives a sportier makeover. Other notable features are R15 diamond cut alloy wheels and chrome exterior door handles. Aura facelift’s Z-shaped LED taillamps, connecting chrome garnish, and rear wing spoiler are all located towards the back.
Polar White, Titan Grey, Typhoon Silver, Starry Night, Teal Blue, and Fiery Red are some of the colour options for the Aura makeover. All additional colour options, with the exception of Starry Night, which is only available on the Aura facelift, are shared with the just-released i10 Nios facelift.
Six airbags in total (front, side, and curtain airbags), a tyre pressure monitoring system, a wireless phone charger, and a Type C fast USB charger are among the industry-first innovations given with the Aura facelift. With the Aura makeover, new amenities including adjustable rear seat headrests and illumination for footwells are now available.
Features like electronic stability control, vehicle stability management, and hill assist control have improved safety. Push-button start/stop, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, voice recognition, a cooled glove box, contemporary, cool seat upholstery, and cruise control are other highlights.
Facelift TVC for the 2023 Hyundai Aura
Hyundai Aura facelift is outfitted with a single 1.2-litre Kappa petrol motor to ensure compliance with impending BS6 Phase II emission requirements. It produces 113.8 Nm of maximum torque and 83 PS of maximum power. Smart Auto AMT and a 5-speed manual are available transmissions. When using the cleaner fuel, the Aura facelift’s bi-fuel (petrol and CNG) variant produces 69 PS and 95.2 Nm. With the Aura facelift CNG, only a 5-speed manual transmission is available. View the new Hyundai Aura 2023’s official TVC below.
There are four trim levels for the Aura facelift: E, S, SX, SX+, and SX (O). Only the SX+ trim level will be compatible with Smart Auto AMT. S and SX grades will each have a CNG option. In comparison to some of the competitors, the warranty that comes with the Aura facelift is superior. As opposed to the Maruti Dzire’s 2 years/40,000 km guarantee, the Aura facelift’s standard warranty is 3 years/1 lakh km.
It remains to be seen whether the new features included in the Aura facelift will increase sales. The car includes improved safety features and refined exteriors and interiors. While surpassing the Maruti Dzire appears far-fetched, the Aura facelift has the ability to increase its advantage over other competitors in the entry-level sedan category.