Hyundai Aura facelift Review

Hyundai continues to bet on the Aura compact sedan, which it recently upgraded to meet upcoming emission and safety regulations. 

In addition, the Aura also gets some cosmetic tweaks and a lengthier feature list. Priced between Rs 6.29-8.87 lakh, it rivals the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze and Tata Tigor

The earlier iteration looked identical to the Grand i10 Nios (its hatchback version) from the front. 

However, the facelift looks a lot more distinctive and won’t leave you second guessing thanks to its new slim front grille and inverted trapezoidal air dam design. 

Flanking the air dam are inverted L-shaped LED Daytime Running Lamps and functional vertical air vents, which add a touch of sportiness to its styling. 

Keen observers will notice that the company has moved on from its 3D chrome logos to all-new satin-finished 2D units. 

Our test car sported the ‘Starry Night’ paint, which is a new addition to the palette; it appears dark blue under sunlight and black otherwise. 

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