Updated On: 20 June 2021 Jatin Jhamb
Hyundai has finally launched the Alcazar at a starting price of Rs 16.30 lakh and the top model fetches Rs 19.99 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Now, to some, the prices may seem to be on a higher side but if you look at the features list it has to offer right from base variant and when we compare the prices with the competition, I think you will agree that Hyundai has brilliantly played with the prices. This article will explain the features of all the variants of Hyundai Alcazar and then share the value for money variant.
The Alcazar comes in six-variants
Starting with the Prestige then it comes with LED headlights, DRLs and taillights, signature cascading grille, front and rear skid plates, silver-finished roof rails, shark fin antenna, a twin-tip exhaust, 17-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured ORVMs with turn indicators and power-folding function, rear wiper and washer and a panoramic sunroof.
Dual-tone Cognac brown colour scheme in the cabin, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather upholstery on the steering wheel and gear knob. You also get 64-colour ambient lighting, piano black interior finish, scuff plates, smart key with push-button start, remote engine start with key, cruise control, automatic climate control, wireless charging, front armrest with storage, rear centre armrest (7-seater), 2nd-row wireless charging (6-seats), rear window sunshade, 2nd-row cupholders, AC vents, 3rd row AC vents with speed control, all-row USP charging ports, sunglass holder, tinted glasses, electric tailgate release, height-adjustable driver's seat, Arkyms sound system, steering mounted control, BlueLink technology and over the air updates.
This continues with all the features present in the Prestige variant but gets 6-speed automatic transmission, electric parking brake with auto hold, drive mode select (Eco, normal and city), Air Purifier with AQI display, Traction control modes (sand, snow and mud) and paddle shifters
Both the variants get rear disc brakes, ABS with EBD and ESP, Vehicle Stability Management, Hill-start assist, TPMS, emergency stop signal, speed-sensing door lock, speed alert system, Lane change indicator flash adjustment, driver rearview monitor, rear parking sensors, ISOFIX mount child seats, dual-front airbags and rear camera with guidance.
Well, on the exteriors, the change may not be much except those 18-inch alloy wheels and the ones carried from the Prestige trim. It is the features on the inside that is packed well.
A 10.25-inch digital multi-display cluster, leatherette upholstery on door armrest and seats, 2 units of USP ports on the 3rd row, 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat and bose premium sound system. It gets side and curtain airbags, blind view monitor and height-adjustable front seat belts for driver and co-driver on the safety front.
It continues with the same features as offered in Platinum but now gets a side step here. The driving modes, traction control modes are all carried from the Prestige (O).
Being the top of the line variant, it gets all the bells and whistles. The exteriors and the features inside are more or less the same. You do get a dual-tone colour option of Polar White with Phantom Black and Titan Grey With Phantom Black. The Signature and Signature (O) gets front ventilated seats and front parking sensors. Paddle shifters, traction modes and drive modes are only seen on the Signature (O) variant.
The prices for all the variants are given here -
All the variants are equipped with a plethora of features but it is the Prestige and Prestige (O) of Hyundai Alcazar that came out to be the most value for money edition. Also, make sure you are a member of our 91Wheels Whatsapp group where we bring you all the latest updates related to the Indian Automotive Industry.
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