Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Hyundai Santro comes in. There are 9 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the Petrol Era Executive MT version. The number of manual versions are 5 while the number of automatic trims are 1. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|Petrol Era Executive MTPetrol,Upto 20.3 kmpl||₹ 4.67 Lakh|
|Magna MTPetrol,Upto 20.3,Manual||₹ 5.14 Lakh|
|Sportz MTPetrol,Upto 20.3,Manual||₹ 5.50 Lakh|
The Hyundai Santro is one of the 10 different models from the house of Hyundai. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 463190 and buyers can pick from as many as 9 different versions. The transmission options on the Hyundai Santro include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Santro offers a max power of 69PS@5500rpm. Some of the main rivals include Tata Tiago and Maruti Swift.Read More
I bought the new Santro in 2019 and have used it for ten thousand kilometres so far. I use this car to commute to the office and thus opted for the automatic variant. I had a 2007 Santro-Xing before this car and was fairly happy with that car. The new Santro gets a well built and a feature rich cabin, which is overall better than its rivals. The engine is refined and unlike the old Santro, comes mated to a new gearbox with tall gear ratios. The AMT gearbox is smooth and there have been no issues so far. In all, the new Santro is one of the best small hatchbacks in the market today. I get around 12-14 KMPL from the car and will update the review once I have more experience about the after sales support from the brand.Read More
I am using a 2014 Santro GLS. The car has run for around 40 thousand so far and is used primarily in the city while we have used it for occasional highway travel. I like the overall design of th00000e car as it not only gets a tall stance but also gets a number of other styling ts such as rear spoiler, wheel caps, and more which make it highly appealing. The interiors are spacious and the seats are comfortable. The high seating and low-set dashboard helps the driver have great visibility all around which makes it a great car for city driving. The 1.1-L engine feels peppy and has a strong low-end, while the short gearing helps it pick up quick pace right from a standstill. I am overall happy with the build quality of the vehicle and the fuel economy of this motor stands at around 10-12 kmpl in city traffic. The after sales support from the brand has been great so far and I will definitely recommend this car to anyone who needs a reliable, practical and a comfortable car.Read More
Hyundai Santro D-lite My Santro is a D-lite variant and till now has done 34,000 km. I live in the outskirts of Himachal and this I have lent my car for commercial purposes. I drive it on a bi-weekly basis and needless to say it is a good investment over any car in this segment. I have installed a single din music system and living in the mountains requires no AC. So my money on fuel is saved there. Personally, I feel the power is inadequate from the 1100 cc engine. It feels underpowered and sometimes it struggles to reach through inclined roads with passengers on board. I get a fuel efficiency of 14 km/l combined which is good. The only expense I have had till date is when the radiator grille got a hit. Thankfully, it was covered in the insurance so I was saved. Rest, except for the power and the low ground clearance, I am happy with the base variant of Santro.Read More