Customers can book the Hyundai Alcazar by paying Rs 25,000. Hyundai says that the car has been designed for the Indian customers.
The Hyundai Alcazar, Hyundai’s three-row SUV, will be officially launched in India on June 18. Alcazar was featured with the cover in the month of April. The SUV was supposed to be launched earlier but its official launch was delayed due to the lockdown imposed in the states due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now with the easing of restrictions, Alcazar is now ready to hit the Indian roads.
Its booking has been started from Wednesday, customers can book it by paying Rs 25,000. Hyundai says that the Alcazar has been tailored for the Indian customers and the market here is where the vehicle is entering earlier than anywhere else. Hyundai claims that the Alcazar will appeal to both new buyers as well as existing Creta buyers. While there are visual similarities between both the vehicles due to a main front grille, bigger headlight, DRL units and alloy wheel design, there are other factors that set the two apart.
Alcazar Engine and Transmission Options
The Alcazar will come with two engine options. The 1.5-litre diesel motor is the same as that on the Creta and produces 115 hp power and 250 Nm of torque. Apart from this, 2.0-litre petrol has also been given which is found inside the Tucson SUV and generates 152 hp power, 191 Nm of torque. Both the engine options will be offered with 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission options.
Alcazar Variant Details
The Alcazar is being offered in three variants – Prestige, Platinum and Signature – with petrol and diesel engines in 6 and 7-seat layout.
The Hyundai Alcazar is packed with features. It includes 26.03 cm (10.25″) multi display digital cluster, Bose premium sound system (8 speakers), auto healthy air purifier with AQI display, front row seatback table with retractable cup-holder and IT device holder, front row sliding sunvisor, Rear window sunshade, voice enabled smart panoramic sunroof, one touch tip and tumble seats, power driver seat, Hyundai Blue Link (connected-car technology).
The Alcazar 6 will come with single-tone and two dual-tone color options. The single-tone color options are Phantom Black, Polar White, Starry Night, Taiga Brown, Titan Gray and Typhoon Silver. The dual-tone color options are Polar White with Phantom Black roof and Titan Gray with Phantom Black roof.
Once officially launched, the Alcazar will take on the Tata Safari and MG Hector Plus.
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