i10 Nios Facelift Review 2023
Of course, a facelift today means a larger grille, and that’s what you get on the Nios too.
The grille makes up most of the redone front bumper and there are new tri-arrow daytime running lights lower down as well.
There are no changes to the headlights or bonnet but a close look will reveal a flatter, satin-finished Hyundai logo in place of the 3D chrome one from before.
At the sides, it’s just the new design for the 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels that tells you this is the updated Nios.
The boot lid is reprofiled but what’s more prominent are the reshaped tail lights that are linked by a band, something that’s trending now.
But while the tail lamps also get updated with LED elements, the band is merely a reflector and doesn’t light up.
The engine has been made future-ready to meet the upcoming RDE norms and can also run on E20, which is petrol with a 20 percent ethanol blend.
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