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    Rs. 3.90 - 6.45 Lakh
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    Santro Price List in India (Variants)

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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 3.91 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 4.26 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 4.31 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 4.83 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 4.89 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.14 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.17 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.17 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.24 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.32 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.36 Lakh
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    1086 cc, CNG, Manual, 30.48 km/kg, 58 bhp
    Rs. 5.49 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.57 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.72 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.72 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.73 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.75 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20.3 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.75 Lakh
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    1086 cc, CNG, Manual, 30.48 km/kg, 58 bhp
    Rs. 5.79 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 5.82 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 6.00 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 6.01 Lakh
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    1086 cc, CNG, Manual, 30 km/kg, 59 bhp
    Rs. 6.10 Lakh
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    1086 cc, CNG, Manual, 30 km/kg, 59 bhp
    Rs. 6.41 Lakh
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    1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 20 kmpl, 68 bhp
    Rs. 6.45 Lakh
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    Hyundai Santro Car Specifications

    PriceRs. 3.91 Lakh onwards
    Mileage20.15 to 30.24 kmpl
    Service Cost per Year
    Rs. 2751
    Engine1086 cc
    Safety2 Star (Global NCAP)
    Fuel TypePetrol & CNG
    TransmissionManual & Automatic
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Hyundai Santro Summary

    Hyundai Santro Price:

    Hyundai Santro price starts at Rs. 3.91 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 6.45 Lakh. The price of Petrol variant for Santro ranges between Rs. 3.91 Lakh - Rs. 6.45 Lakh and the price of CNG variant for Santro ranges between Rs. 5.49 Lakh - Rs. 6.41 Lakh.

    Hyundai Santro Variants:

    Santro is available in 25 variants. Out of these 25 variants, 17 are Manual and 8 are Automatic (AMT).

    Hyundai Santro Colours:

    Santro is offered in 5 colours: Titan Grey, Fiery Red, Polar White, Imperial Beige and Typhoon Silver. However, some of these colours are available in specific variants.

    Hyundai Santro Competitors:

    Santro is competing against Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Alto K10, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Tata Tiago, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, Tata Tiago NRG, Maruti Suzuki S-Presso and Maruti Suzuki Swift.

    How is the Hyundai Santro car?

    • Pros

      • Easy to drive nature - Compact dimensions, good all-round visibility, large glass area
      • Interiors - Well designed, quality/feel inside the cabin is really good for the segment
      • Spacious with a compact footprint - Tall-boy design helps ingress, decent 5-seater
      • Infotainment system - This seven-inch unit is one of the better ones in the segment
      • Drivetrain - Plenty of low-end torque, smooth gearbox, light clutch and steering
    • Cons

      • Driving position - Lacks seat height and steering adjust, uncomfortable over long journeys
      • Bouncy high-speed ride quality - Can get unsettling on highways especially at the rear
      • Equipment - Needs more features across the line-up to make it a more attractive buy  

    Hyundai Santro Verdict

    When compared to the competition, the Santro offers more interior space, better interior fit and finish, a torquey petrol engine and comfortable seating. Although it is a good city runabout, it isn’t that great on the highway because the engine gets noisy when worked hard and the high-speed ride gets bouncy.

    Hyundai Santro Car Review

    The name Santro automatically reminds me of the 'sunshine' car and its advertisements with Shahrukh Khan. Over 20 years ago, Hyundai, a Korean carmaker and very new to the Indian market, brought in a car that went on to set new trends. It was the Santro that promoted the ‘tall-boy design’ and many new features for an entry-level car. Fog lamps, power windows and tech like fuel-injection with power steering was revolutionary for our market. And then, the Santro was updated a few times before it was finally discontinued in 2014. However, it's now back with drastic changes made necessary by changing times.

    Introduction

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    The name Santro automatically reminds me of the 'sunshine' car and its advertisements with Shahrukh Khan. Over 20 years ago, Hyundai, a Korean carmaker and very new to the Indian market, brought in a car that went on to set new trends. It was the Santro that promoted the ‘tall-boy design’ and many new features for an entry-level car. Fog lamps, power windows and tech like fuel-injection with power steering was revolutionary for our market. And then, the Santro was updated a few times before it was finally discontinued in 2014. However, it's now back with drastic changes made necessary by changing times.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    The new Santro is now bigger, modern and more feature-rich than its predecessor. It holds a promise of being way better than before and up-to-date against the competition. It’s slotted between the Eon and the Grand i10 in Hyundai's line-up and is offered in nine variants, including CNG, petrol manual and automatic trims. We've sampled the top-end Asta petrol manual and Sportz AMT variant here in this road test, to find out if the car still has the potential to attract a first-time car buyer.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Design and style

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    For starters, it needs to be said that the 2018 Santro is not based on the i10. In fact, this car is underpinned by the chassis of a heavily modified version of the Grand i10. On the design front, the Santro retains the signature tall-boy design even if it isn't as tall as the old Santro. But the styling has evolved to a modish one with a new front end, swept back headlights and a cascading grille that merges into the fog lamp bezels. The bumper is nicely sculpted, but the black cladding doesn't really help in making a very fashionable statement. On the sides, the absence of alloys again make the car look ordinary, but the creases around the wheel arches add some variation. Thankfully, the kink on the beltline doesn't look odd, but we would have appreciated if the rear design with simple tail lamps had been made more interesting.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Interior

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    It’s a tastefully designed cabin that greets you upon entry into the Santro. The entire layout and the dual tone of black and beige looks pleasant, especially with a touch of champagne gold for inserts. Do note that the Diana green Santro gets an exclusive all-black interior with green accents that looks funky too. The rubberised buttons below the music system, smooth knobs and plastic buttons also feel nice to hold/touch. Furthermore, the part-analog and part-digital instrument cluster, high placement of a large touch screen, Mercedes-styled air vents, etc., all of these make the Santro an interesting car to be in.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    But I still wonder why Hyundai missed out on a chrome logo on the steering wheel and a lock button for the doors. Also, the air-con controls still feel basic. Besides, owners are going to take some time to get used to the power window buttons placed on the centre console which, again, aren’t backlit. Even so, given the fit and finish, good quality of materials and the way all things are in place, it surely feels like it comes from a segment higher rather than appearing to be any ordinary entry-level hatchback. 

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Needless to say, the tall-boy design helps in easy ingress and egress from the car. However, the absence of seat height and steering adjust might be a deal-breaker for prospective buyers who are very tall. Average-sized adults might like the high seat position with great frontal visibility, however, tall guys won’t be able to find the perfect driving position especially with the steering set low. Nonetheless, the large rear windshield has good rear visibility and the kink on the rear window has helped clear a good view of the road for rear occupants.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    The new Santro is also wider than the older model, so shoulder room has been well taken care of, and this is evident now with three individuals easily fitting onto the flat bench in the second row. The cabin is spacious with good legroom and headroom, while the slim seats have helped in liberating more space. Mind you though, despite being slim, these are well padded and contoured to provide adequate back and thigh support, thus also adding to comfort. Interestingly, these are part faux leather and fabric which serve both purposes – practicality and feel-good factor.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    The Santro also takes care of all your storage needs efficiently with a well thought out stowage slot on the dashboard for phones, a large glove-box, big bottle holders etc. The boot space at 235litres remains average, but it can be expanded thanks to the rear seat falling almost flat. However, loading luggage becomes tedious due to the high loading lip and an intrusive parcel tray without strings attached to the boot-lid.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Safety and equipment

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Hyundai has used a fair amount of high strength steel in its construction. This makes the car ready for the crash norms that kick in this year. It already meets the pedestrian safety norms and every trim is equipped with ABS with EBD and a driver-side airbag as standard. In fact, the top-end Asta trim also gets an additional passenger side airbag. Other safety features like an immobiliser and child safety door locks are standard, but only the top-end variants benefit from central locking, rear defogger, keyless entry, speed sensing and impact sensing auto-door lock/unlock.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Then when it comes to the comfort and convenience, the Santro boasts of some first-in-segment features like rear air conditioning vents and rear parking camera (only on Asta) and a big seven-inch touch screen multi-media system with voice recognition. This unit also supports Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Mirrorlink. Also, the presence of electrically adjustable ORVMs with turn-indicators, steering mounted audio and telephony controls, a comprehensive trip computer, boot-opening with key, USB and 12V ports means the Santro scores quite well. What it could do with, however, is parking sensors on the lower trims at least, if not the same reversing camera from the Asta. Also, a nice set of alloy wheels for which buyers will have to resort to the after-market.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Engine, Performance and Braking

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Unlike the competition (read as Tiago, WagonR and Celerio) powered by a three-cylinder engine, the Santro uses a 1.1-litre four-cylinder mill producing 69bhp and 99Nm of torque. Hyundai intended to provide better performance, drivability and low vibrations, which we must say they have majorly succeeded at. This 1,086cc engine is silent at idling and builds revs quickly. Our only gripe here is about how the engine makes itself audible at high revs even though it is so refined. But then, one wouldn't be revving more than 3,000rpm as there's enough torque on tap to march along with the traffic or sprint ahead of vehicles. Matching the punchy mid-range is a good low end grunt which allows the gearbox to lug in the same gear without the need for it to constantly downshift.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    We've already spoken about the five-speed manual version in detail in our first drive. We liked its light clutch, smooth gear shifts and short gear throws. Likewise, the AMT version here impressed us even more by making the drive an easier affair. This Smart Auto AMT has debuted with the Santro and is developed in-house by Hyundai. Unlike traditional AMTs, this one uses an electric actuator that employs an electric motor for gear-shifting and the clutch operation. There's a separate control unit to aid in smoother shifting of gears, a faster actuator response and provides better durability as compared to a hydraulic actuator. As soon as you slot it in 'D' and let go of the brake pedal, the creep mode helps in slowly moving the car forward, albeit with a slight delay. A very handy tool while in bumper-to-bumper traffic, especially for new car drivers. To negate the AMT lag, engineers have smoothened out the gear shifting to an extent that although it may not feel very quick to shift, the head-nod affect is almost negligible. And I liked it. 

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    After hooking up our V-Box to test it, we realised this Santro is more-or-less at par with the segment rivals as it reached 100kmph in 16.87 seconds. Plus, the light 910 kg helps it attain the 20-80kmph in kickdown in 10.33 seconds, and 12.46 seconds for the 40-100kmph run. 

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    When it comes to braking, the Santro retains its composure and comes to a halt from 100kmph in 2.95 seconds/42.39 metres. Yes, there's good stopping power from this setup along with good grip from the Hankook rubber that’s shod on the 14-inch steel rims. Still, a little more initial feedback from the brakes would have been welcomed.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Ride and Handling

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    The Santro gets a McPherson strut in the front and a coupled torsion beam axle at the rear. This suspension is nicely set up to soak up small bumps, potholes and ruts with ease. This is the case especially at slow speeds where the ride quality is absorbent and pliant and keeps all the occupants comfortable. However, one just has to be a little careful with bigger bumps and sharp edge potholes, especially at higher speeds as the jolts are not only audible in the cabin, but they might also unsettle the car. Having said that, the high speed ride isn't exactly flat, as even small undulations make the ride bouncy (especially at the rear). So expect passengers to complain about the springy ride out on the highway.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Thankfully, the body roll is still well controlled. It doesn't make you feel nervous while making quick directional changes. Also, the steering weighs up nicely, despite there being some artificial response. And what’s more, the steering is light enough to make driving easier in the city or whilst parking. In a nutshell, the Santro's handling is predictable and won't throw any unpleasant surprises, thus making it a very safe car to drive.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    Price and Fuel Economy

    The base-variant D-lite is priced at Rs 4.5 lakhs on-road in Mumbai. Meanwhile, both these top-end Asta and Sportz AMT variants are similarly priced, retailing at around Rs 6.5 lakhs on-road in Mumbai. This pricing might not look affordable for an entry-level car, but it feels just about convincing for what the Santro packs in as a package.

    2018 Hyundai Santro Road Test

    As for the fuel economy under our testing cycle, the Santro AMT delivered 13.54kmpl in the city and 19.31kmpl on the highway, which is slightly less than the ARAI-tested 20.3kmpl, but still acceptable given the ease of driving it provides. In all, the Santro's lightweight surely has a big role to play for these economic runs.

    Specifications

    CAR NAMEHyundai Santro
    Hyundai Santro
    VariantSportz Petrol AMTAsta Petrol Manual

    Test Data

    CAR NAMEHyundai SantroHyundai Santro
    VariantSportz Petrol AMTAsta Petrol manual
    PERFORMANCE & BRAKING
    0-20kmph1.76s1.18s
    0-40kmph3.64s3.29s
    0-60kmph7.36s6.47s
    0-80kmph11.64s10.24s
    0-100kmph16.87s15.43s
    0-120kmph25.08s22.80s
    20-80kmph in kickdown/3rd gear10.33s14.84s
    40-100kmph in kickdown/4th gear12.46s21.78s
    80-0kmph25.86m25.86m
    FUEL ECONOMY
    City13.54kmpl12.7kmpl
    Highway19.31kmpl16.8kmpl
    Tank size35 litres35 litres
    Range490.0km435.0km
    INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS
    Front
    Legroom(Max/min)820/650mm820/650mm
    Headroom990mm990mm
    Shoulder room1270mm1270mm
    Backrest height600mm600mm
    Rear
    Legroom(Max/min)820/630mm820/630mm
    Ideal legroom720mm720mm
    Headroom940mm940mm
    Shoulder room1240mm1240mm
    Seat base length490mm490mm
    Backrest height610mm610mm
    Boot250 litres250 litres
    Length/width/height580/1050/530mm580/1050/530mm
    Loading lip height760mm760mm

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    Hyundai Santro Colours

    Hyundai Santro is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Titan Grey
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    Hyundai Santro Mileage

    Hyundai Santro mileage claimed by ARAI is 20.15 to 20.18 kmpl for petrol variants. Whereas the same for CNG variants is 30.24 km/kg.

    PowertrainARAI MileageUser Reported Mileage
    Petrol - Manual

    (1086 cc)

    20.18 kmpl18.8 kmpl
    Petrol - Automatic (AMT)

    (1086 cc)

    20.15 kmpl18 kmpl
    CNG - Manual

    (1086 cc)

    30.24 km/kg30 km/kg
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    Hyundai Santro User Reviews

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    • Best in it's segment. Good mileage
      Low maintenance. No engine noise inside the cabin and No vibration at all due to the 4-cylinder engine. The engine is very refined same as the i10/i20. Mileage on Highway 20-21 and in City 15-16 with low AC on at 1 blower speed with gear shifting at 2000 rpm for better mileage.
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    • Hyundai Santro Magna review
      My driving experience is good and buying experience is also good, best, performance in city is best but in rural area is not bad service cost less and maintenance is less, pros mileage is good, ground clearness
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    • The Car: For everyone
      Good customer service from Hyundai Riding is superb according to budget Look performance is attractive smooth driving stylish interior lovely car car seat is too different best in segment Service and maintenance is too low and easily available. Best for a middle class family smooth performance in city.
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    • Fair review after driving 30,000 km
      1. Buying experience is Good 2. Riding experience far Good as compared to Wagonr & New celerio.(Tin ka dabba cars) 3. Looks good and the performance is good on CNG. AC is superb. 4. Service is very cheap max 5K on paid service. 5. Pros :- Riding quality and cons :- Pick up, noise. and boot space.
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    • Good experience..
      The buying experience is good with Hyundai their sales executive are very cooperative and humble and its driving experience is good for city drives but it completely fails over a long. The engine is good. The look is decent but the front grill of Santro looks very outdated in other cars. Power window controls are a weird place. Servicing is ok very cheap. PROS goods car for short city drive. CONS lack of some safety features I like, electronic stability program..... It good experience.
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    FAQs About Hyundai Santro

    Q: What is the price of Hyundai Santro?
    Hyundai has stopped the production of Hyundai Santro. The last recorded price of Hyundai Santro is Rs. 3.91 Lakh.

    Q: Which is Santro Top Model?
    The top model of Hyundai Santro is Asta AMT and the last recorded price for Santro Asta AMT is Rs. 6.45 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Santro and Kwid?
    Hyundai Santro price starts at Rs. 3.91 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1086cc engine. Whereas, Kwid price starts at Rs. 4.70 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 999cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up Santro?
    No, there is no running/upcoming Hyundai Santro.

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