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Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition Launched At Rs 11.69 Lakh

The limited-run model comes with a new colour, additional features and subtle cosmetic enhancements

Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition Launched At Rs 11.69 Lakh
Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition Launched At Rs 11.69 Lakh
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2018-09-14T16:02:15+05:30

Hyundai has launched a special anniversary edition of the Verna this festive season. The Hyundai sedan was launched more than a year ago on 22 August, 2017. Since then, the South Korean automaker has managed to retail over 50,000 units of the fifth-gen Verna in India. The limited-run model is based on the top-spec SX(O) variant. Let us check out what the Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition packs:

What’s New?

  • Gets a new Marina Blue paint option. The colour is already available on the Elite i20 facelift and Creta facelift. It is also available in the existing Polar White shade
  • Gets front and rear sliver skid plates and a rear lip spoiler
  • Other exterior changes include ‘Anniversary Edition’ badging on the C-pillar and blacked out ORVMs and shark-fin antenna
  • On the inside, the limited edition Verna features blue colour accents around the centre AC vents and an all-black interior
  • The limited edition model gets the same features as the top-spec SX(O) variant, including ventilated front seats, smart trunk and a sunroof. Additionally, the Anniversary Edition also gets a wireless charging pad. Wireless charging was first introduced with Creta facelift earlier this year

Hyundai charges a premium of around Rs 18,000 over the standard SX(O) variant for the Anniversary Edition and it is justified for the added glamour and goodies that the limited-run model promises. The prices are as follows:


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