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Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) launched the the new Santro Anniversary Edition in Sportz MT and AMT variants to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of India’s Favourite Family Car. The Anniversary Edition will be a limited edition based on two variants – Sportz MT and AMT. The limited edition variants will be available in Aqua Teal and Polar White colours.
Commenting on the launch of the Special Anniversary Edition of the New SANTRO, Mr. Vikas Jain, National Sales Head, Hyundai Motor India Limited said, “The SANTRO is a prestigious and legendary brand in India that has gone on to craft numerous milestones over the last two decades. To celebrate the First Anniversary of SANTRO, we are glad to announce the Anniversary Edition of SANTRO with various new features further enhancing customer experience and happiness. The Anniversary edition will entice our customers and continue to strengthen SANTRO’s legacy on the pillars of Global Technology, Stylish Design and World Class Features. The SANTRO is developed to meet the needs of Indian Families with a focus to create a “Masterpiece Product” offering customers a great ownership experience.
With sporty-looking exteriors and spunky interiors, the new Hyundai Santro Anniversary Edition will offer a total of 10 styling highlights that will set the pulse racing. The Anniversary edition gets an All-new Gun Metal Gery Wheel Cover, Black-colored Outside Mirrors, Sporty Black painted door handles, Rear Chrome Garnish, Body side moulding, Anniversary Edition emblem, The interiors are completely refreshed to offer an all new black dashboard with Aqua teal inserts, Front side air -vent with Aqua Teal inserts and New seat Fabric – new design based on Santro standard pack seats.
Hyundai has priced the Santro Anniversary Edition at Rs.516,890 for the Sports MT (manual) and Rs.574,890 lakh for the Sportz AMT version, making the special edition Rs 10,000 more expensive than the standard Sportz counterparts. The Hyundai Santro competes with the likes of the Renault Kwid, Tata Tiago, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Celerio.
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