Hyundai Grand i10 Nios: Now Available With 30 Safety Features

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios: Now Available With 30 Safety Features

Hyundai has officially unveiled the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios facelift. Being a part of the mid-life cycle update, currently, the hatchback displays a pretty stunning exterior. In addition to this, the car also comes with some additional mind-blowing technology and safety features. That said, the company has opened the bookings for the new revised model of the car. The car is now available at a token price of ₹11,000.

The best part is that the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios car is scheduled to be showcased at the upcoming Auto Expo of 2023. The changes that you will get in the new variant are:

  • Updated Nios sports a new front fascia and an updated interior
  • Now gets 6 airbags as standard
  • Remains mechanically unchanged

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios: Exterior

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Hyundai Grand i10 Nios now gets a new front bumper with an enlarged grille that is finished in black. LED DRLs and side intakes are integrated into either end of the grille. An alloy wheel set of 15 inches has been added to the hatchback’s side profile. For more latest updates on automobiles, visit

A light bar connects the new LED tail lights on the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios at the back. On the facelifted Grand i10 Nios, Hyundai offers six colour options: Polar White, Titan Grey, Typhoon Silver, Spark Green, Teal Blue, and Fiery Red. A new dual-tone colour option is also available – Spark Green with black roof and Polar White with black roof.

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios: Features & Interior

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A new gray upholstery for the seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, new lights for the footwell, and a metal finish on the door handle update the hatchback’s interior. In addition to an 8.0-inch touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, rear air vents, automatic climate control, and a wireless charger, the facelifted Hyundai Grand i10 Nios adds a number of tech features.

Among them are automatic headlamps, Type-C USB ports, cruise control, and tyre pressure monitoring. As part of the facelift, six airbags, ABS, and EBD are now standard on the Grand i10 Nios. There is also an option for an ESC, ISOFIX anchorages, and a day/night rearview mirror.

How Is The Powertrain Of The 2023 Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Facelift?

No changes have been made under the hood of the facelifted Grand i10 Nios, which continues to be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine producing 83hp and 113.8Nm with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. In addition, the 1.2-liter petrol engine is fitted with a factory-fitted CNG kit and delivers 69hp and 95.2Nm of torque. Facelifted Hyundai Grand i10 Nios does not come with the discontinued 100hp, 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine.

Grand i10 Nios Facelift: Price With The Competitors

The anticipated price range of the new facelifted model will be ₹6 lakhs to ₹9 lakh ex-showroom. Its competitors, the Tata Tiago is available at ₹5.45 lakh-₹7.90 lakh, while Maruti Suzuki Swift is available at a price point between ₹5.92 lakhs and ₹8.71 lakhs in the automobile market. The following are some of the approximate on-road prices of the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Facelift in various major cities:

  • Delhi – ₹ 5.65 Lakh
  • Mumbai – ₹ 6.1 Lakh
  • Kolkata – ₹5.96 Lakh
  • Bengaluru – ₹6.16 Lakh
  • Hyderabad – ₹6.06 Lakh
  • Chennai – ₹5.96 Lakh

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An undying and undiluted love for automobiles, Naresh Sridhar turned to auto journalism by a twist of fate. But fate had little to do with his long-grown and carefully-nurtured passion for all things on wheels. Ever ready to drive, ever ready to learn, ever ready to experience.

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