This video offers a walkaround tour of the Hyundai Exter in its mid S variant. Exter is the latest micro SUV in the country. Hyundai’s products offer cutting-edge technology, modern designs, convenience, different powertrain choices, and competitive pricing. These qualities make Exter attractive to people. The Exter aims to outperform the Punch in almost every aspect with its impressive capabilities. It stands out with its segment-first feature of 6 airbags available in all variants, targeting a high rating in the updated Global NCAP test. Here are the details of this alleged most value-for-money trim.
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Hyundai Exter Mid S Variant
The video comes from Missautologs on YouTube. The front section has the trademark H-signature LED DRLs on the bonnet, halogen headlamps on the bumper, skid plate and black grille. Moving down the sides, there are dual-tone ORVMs, 14-inch steel wheels, square wheel arches and fender-mounted turn indicators. At the rear, one finds the textured C-pillars, rugged skid plate, and taillamps connected by a black slab making it look modern.
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Interior and Features
On the inside, this model gets fabric seats, rear AC vents, height adjustable driver seat, steering-mounted controls, an 8-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system, MID, 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, cup holders, reverse parking sensors, and more. This certainly makes it quite a package despite it being the second from the bottom variant. Hyundai has taken care of the safety aspect with 6 airbags across the range.
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The Hyundai Exter comes with two powertrain options – a 1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.2-litre bi-fuel engine (petrol and CNG). The petrol engine produces 83 PS and 113.8 Nm, while the bi-fuel engine offers 69 PS and 95.2 Nm of power and torque. The petrol engine comes with a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The bi-fuel engine is available only with a manual transmission. The Exter has an impressive fuel efficiency rating of 19.2 km/l, providing a good balance of performance and economy. Its competitive pricing ranges from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 10 lakh, ex-showroom.
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