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Hyundai Alcazar Review | 3-Row SUV India | Alcazar First Drive Review | Hyundai SUV | carandbike
The Hyundai Alcazar is the latest entrant to the ever-increasing tribe of SUVs in the country Now they come in all shapes and sizes and within the Hyundai portfolio itself in India it is the 5th SUV after the Venue Creta Tucson and Kona Electric It has arrived in the market with a host of drivetrain options You can choose between Petrol and Diesel variants and both get Manual and Automatic transmissions Depending on the trim you can get 6 or 7 seat options on this 3-row SUV We got a chance to sample the Diesel manual and Petrol Automatic versions of the car with 7 seats and 6 seats respectively Hyundai Alcazar SUV alcazarreview hyundaiindia carandbike 000 - Introduction 005 - Hyundai Alcazar Overview 111 - Exterior Analysis of Alcazar 154 - Hyundai Alcazar Design amp Dimensions 305 - Hyundai Alcazar Color Options 316 - Seating Capacity of Alcazar 327 - Features of Alcazar 505 - Interior Analysis of Alcazar 755 - Boot Space of Alcazar 816 - Creta vs Alcazar 832 - Alcazar Petrol Variant Specifications 1029 - Drive Modes available on Alcazar 1107 - Safety Features of Alcazar 1221 - Alcazar Diesel Variant Specifications 1242 - Performance Analysis of Hyundai Alcazar 1400 - Hyundai Alcazar Price in India The Hyundai Alcazar is essentially a three-row version of the second-generation Creta and the SUV will get more than 10 best- or first-in-class features and it will be offered in both 6- and 7-seater versions Unlike its rivals the MG Hector Plus and Tata Safari the Hyundai Alcazar is not only longer than its 5-seater sibling but it also gets an extended 2760 mm wheelbase which 150 mm longer than the Cretas wheelbase Visually it does borrow a lot of styling elements from the Creta but the Alcazar also gets a new grille revised bumpers new alloy wheels and a newly designed rear section with new LED taillights and a twin-tipped exhaust system The Hyundai Alcazar will be available with both petrol and diesel engines The petrol engine is a 20-litre unit churning out 157 bhp and 191 Nm of torque The oil burner on the other hand is a 15-litre unit that is capable of pushing out 113 bhp and 250 Nm of peak torque Both engines will be offered with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission For more news and information from the world of auto do visit our website httpbitlyCarandBike Subscribe to carandbike for your daily dose of Auto httpbitlyCarAndBike and hit the Like us on Facebook httpswwwfacebookcomcarandbike Follow us on Instagram httpsinstagramcomcarandbike Follow us on Twitter httpstwittercomcarandbike Download the CarAndBike App from Playstore httpsbitlycarandbikeapp
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