Hyundai is the only company in India which can give competition to Maruti in terms of total sales. Attention to details and premium quality offerings help the carmaker stand out from the competition. Hyundai Verna also has been one of the most sold cars of Hyundai. As the festive season is approaching, Hyundai has decided to surprise their petrol consumers. Find out below about the Hyundai Verna Petrol base variant and Price revision.

More about the new variant

2020 Hyundai Verna Review Hyundai Verna Petrol base



Hyundai has launched a new petrol base variant to Verna’s lineup. It is called the E variant. Hyundai had adopted a similar strategy with its highest selling SUV, i.e. the Hyundai Creta. The new E variant is only available with a 1.5L petrol engine which produces 114PS of power and 144Nm of torque. Hyundai has also decided to provide a single 6-speed transmission with the variant. Most of the features of the S variant are available here. However, due to its low cost, the Hyundai Verna E misses out on 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, USB charging port, and sunglass holder. Every other accessory is the same between both the siblings. More about Hyundai Verna Petrol base variant below.

New Verna Petrol Price

Model (Petrol) Old price New price Difference
E (New) Rs. 9.03 lakh
S Rs. 9.30 lakh Rs. 9.38 lakh Rs. 8000
SX Rs. 10.70 lakh Rs. 10.78 lakh Rs. 8000
SX CVT Rs. 11.95 lakh Rs. 12.03 lakh Rs. 8000
SX (O) Rs. 12.59 lakh Rs. 12.67 lakh Rs. 8000
SX (O) CVT Rs. 13.84 lakh Rs. 13.92 lakh Rs. 8000


There is an overall increase of Rs.8000 among all the variants except the new one. We can also expect discounts from the carmaker coming festive season. During September 2020, Hyundai provided benefits of up to Rs. 60, 000 on all car models except the Verna and Tucson.

New Verna Diesel price

Model (Diesel) Old price New price Difference
S+ Rs.10.65 lakh Rs.10.73 lakh Rs. 8000
SX Rs.12.05 lakh Rs.12.13 lakh Rs. 8000
SX AT Rs. 13.20 lakh Rs. 13.28 lakh Rs. 8000
SX (O) Rs. 13.94 lakh Rs. 14.02 lakh Rs. 8000
SX (O) AT Rs. 15.09 lakh Rs. 15.17 lakh Rs. 8000



Sales of petrol vehicles have been increasing consistently after BS6 and near about same price of both the fuels. Petrol engine also offer reliability, low maintenance and less noise. The new E variant is Rs. 36,000 cheaper than the S variant. At its price, it’s a good deal as all the missing accessories can be inserted aftermarket for a fraction of the cost. For a lesser price, you get a much more premium overall car.  However the price increase in all the other models are not very good news for the customers.

Also read: Honda City vs. Verna vs. Rapid in 2020

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