Hyundai Xcent driven - explained in pictures
The latest entrant in the entry-level sedan segment, Hyundai Xcent is a sub-4 metre car with all the bells and whistles provided.
The overall design of the car looks proportioned with the roof nicely flowing into the boot. What's really nice about the side profile are the diamond cut-alloy wheels.
The rear looks very simple, with not-so-stylish small tail lights.
The Xcent looks identical to the Grand i10, since the former is essentially a 3-box version of the hatchback.
Powering the Xcent are the same 1.1-litre U2 diesel and 1.2-litre Kappa2 petrol units, found under the Grand i10.
The Xcent is the most-feature rich car of its lot, with several first-in-segment features including rear AC vents, rear parking camera and sensors etc.
The beige/black dual tone interior with good quality plastic is probably one of the best in its segment.