Hyundai Motor India has recently ordered a recall for the CNG variants of the Grand i10 and Xcent. The recall affects a total of 16,409 units, which are said to be manufactured between 1st August 2017..
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has discontinued the diesel variants of the Grand i10. The latest development doesn't come as a surprise since the launch of the all-new Grand i10 Nios leaves a tighter..
The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios has been launched in India at an attractive starting price of INR 5 lakh*. In comparison, the second-gen model, which is sold without the 'Nios' suffix, retails at INR 4.98..
Hyundai plans to continue selling the Grand i10 alongside the Grand i10 Nios, but its focus will shift the positioning from premium to economy for the old model now. So, it will soon stop offering the..
Hyundai dropped the bombshell today by taking the veils off the '2019 Grand i10 Nios'. The company has released a promo video ahead of the car's launch on 20 August 2019. The promo video throws lights..