Monsoon is already here and it has not hit us hard till now but you never know because it doesn’t take time for the weather to change. So it’s better to take some preventive measures and keep your car to the mark in the rainy season. However, it has been seen that a lot of people are quite casual and do not take things seriously. It is then when these people get affected and blame the car makers about it.
What would be the reason behind SUV car owners not switching to the regular hatchbacks and sedans? I am sure most of you have never wanted to ask this question to yourself. Well firstly the SUV owner would never switch back to a hatchback or Sedan owing to its comfort level.
The Hyundai Verna seems to have always been popular amongst the others, but the car has outshone its class in the segment, with the launch of the all new fluidic version. It came up with a bigger car experience for the customers and making it more luxurious than any other vehicle in its segment.
The Korean car maker has launched its new compact SUV, the all new Hyundai Venue. The car comes with 1 diesel engine and 2 petrol engine variants. The Diesel engine is 1396 cc and the petrol engines are 1197 and 998 cc respectively, with both manual and automatic transmission. The mileage varies from 17 to 23.7 Kmpl depending upon the variant and fuel type of the car. The compact SUV has a seating capacity of 5 people.
Last year Hyundai had announced in the Auto Expo that it would be coming out with the first Electric SUV in India in 2019 and the Korean carmaker has lived up to people’s expectations. The all new Hyundai Kona Electric has been launched in India. Range anxiety and lack of charging infrastructure have always been constraints to buy an electric car in our country.