- Selective variants attract waiting period of up to four months
- Plans to ramp up production and has increased the sales target to 10,000 units
Hyundai Santro made a dramatic comeback last month with an all-new design and fresh set of features. In less than three weeks of its launch, the company reportedly received over 30 per cent of the bookings for the automatic variant followed by 21 per cent of the booking for the CNG variant. Growing demand for selective variants has increased the waiting period for up to four months. To ensure a faster delivery timeline, the company plans to ramp up the production of the Santro and has also increased the sales target to 10,000 units this month.
Powered by a 1.1-litre, four-cylinder Epsilon petrol engine, the new Santro gets an optional five-speed automatic apart from the standard five-speed manual variant. The new model also offers more features and better space over its predecessors. The new model gets driver side airbag and ABS with EBD as standard while dual airbags and speed warning system are limited to the top spec variants.