How could Hyundai miss out on manual variant for the Turbocharged engine option?
The pricing for Turbo DCT looks like the engine of the car is made out of gold & diamonds. If Hyundai has a feeling that Indian market is a buch of people who doesn't have any value for money, then the same market will make them pay the price for such greediness.
A 9 Lakh VW Polo is a gem of an engine & has rock-solid build quality. It only lacks on rear space.
Look at KIA Seltos, a sinister concern of Hyundai who scored 3/5 last week in Crash tests. This company is selling tin cans with cosmetic changes. Our vehicle markets should have some regulators to control the pricing of vehicles which lack safety standards.