The new variant sits between Magna and Sportz trim and is presented in petrol as well as diesel guises.
To cash upon the upcoming festive season Hyundai Motors India has introduced a special variant in the Grand i10 Nios line-up named ‘Corporate Edition’. The new variant is packed with many notable features and based on the ongoing Magna variant. The best part of this Corporate Edition is it offers a nice set of comforting elements at a very negligible cost over the actual variant. With an extra amount of Rs 19000, the buyers can enjoy tempting features such as larger rim-size wheels, big touch display infotainment, electric-powered ORVMs, air purifier, etc.
Below mentioned prices are of ex-showroom, Mumbai.
|Engine Choice||Magna||Magna Corporate Edition||Sportz|
|Petrol MT||Rs 5.92 Lakh||Rs 6.11 Lakh||Rs 6.45 Lakh|
|Petrol AMT||Rs 6.45 Lakh||Rs 6.64 Lakh||Rs 7.05 Lakh|
|Diesel MT||Rs 7.0 Lakh||Rs 7.19 Lakh||Rs 7.54 Lakh|
The outside of the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Corporate Edition sees no visible change, apart from the 15-inch gunmetal styled wheels and the ‘Corporate Edition’ badge at the rear. The 14-inch rim size steel wheels now see an upgrade to the larger 15-inch ones, which look bold and elegant.
Moreover, the major chunk of additional equipment on offer in the special edition model is packed inside the cabin. And this comprises of electric folding outside rear-view mirrors (ORVMs) with side blinkers which replace the manually folding ORVM. Whilst the 2-DIN audio is gone for good making way for a 6.75-inch wide touchscreen infotainment system.
Further, the plug-in air purifier with gesture control feature and the HEPA filter provides the occupants with better air quality. This purifier is the same as the one available on the Hyundai Venue SUV.
Besides, the manual transmission petrol and diesel offering it is also presented with the automatic petrol variant. With the upliftment of the i10 Nios Magna the competition in the segment becomes stiffer with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Swift, Ford Figo, Nissan Micra, Tata Tiago and others.