Available in five new grades: E, E+, S, SX, SX(O).
Following leaked images of the 2017 Hyundai Xcent's exterior, a Team-BHP member has managed to acquire the feature list of the new sub-4m sedan ahead of its April 20 launch date.
It seems Hyundai has deleted many features from each grade of the car, as well as introduced a slew of new equipment. For starters, ABS is not standard in the Xcent range anymore, but rather exclusive to the SX and SX(O) grades. The 2017 Hyundai Xcent loses manual dimming IRVM, digital clock, full wheel cover, and a blacked-out B-Pillar but gains a passenger airbag and Alternator Management System (AMS), if the leaked sheet is indeed the final configuration.
The S grade loses driver height adjustment, ABS and body side moulding, and gains the same features as the base grade as well as a new mobile phone docking, which is exclusive to the AT variant. The 5-inch touchscreen audio system from the Grand i10 will not be available in the Xcent, as previously rumoured.
The SX and SX(O) grades inherit the new 7-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, voice recognition button on the steering wheel, shark fin antenna, and DRLs beside the fog lamp, but they both lose the auto dimming mirror, 1 GB memory and Cluster Ioniser (SX(O) only).