• 2018 Hyundai Santro Manual And Automatic Road Test Review

    5 monthes ago - By Auto Savvy

    Longer, wider and better looking, India's 'favourite' family car has grown up. And it needed to. It's no longer playing in the bare bones entry-level segment as its predecessor and now sits a segment above the Eon in Hyundai's lineup, competing with the likes of Tata's Tiago and Maruti's Celerio. It's also feature-rich and at the first drive, we were quite impressed with the spec sheet and the finish levels being offered at this price point. We've put both the manual and AMT version to test and spent a good 500km behind the wheels of both to answer the question - Who is the new aimed at in...
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