Hyundai Verna facelift vs 2014 Hyundai Verna – Old vs New
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Here’s a pictorial comparison of the Hyundai Verna facelift with the older model.
The 2015 Hyundai Verna gets a twin-slat grille, new bumper and reshaped headlamps. The new bonnet also works to make the car look a little larger than before.
The side profile remains unchanged, while at the rear, there’s the restyled taillamps which offer LED-like effect, and the bumper, too, has been redesigned, and gets larger reflectors, and a black plastic element at the bottom.
The rear end, like the front, has lost a bit of sportiness. The concealed exhaust doesn’t help its case any further.
The dashboard layout is identical, and the top-spec variant gets a 6-speaker audio system with 1 GB of internal storage, while climate control, multifunction steering wheel, and Bluetooth connectivity are standard, too. Inclusion of an Ergo lever enables the rear seat passenger to slide the front passenger seat forward/backward.
Mechanically it remains unchanged with the same set of engines being offered, although Hyundai claims to have improved the vehicle’s dynamics. The car will be launched on the 18th, and you can read more about it our first drive reviews of the 2015 Hyundai Verna Petrol and 2015 Hyundai Verna Diesel.