Hyundai has discontinued its best selling car Santro, now it will be available in CNG variant only!

Hyundai has stopped production of its oldest and best selling Santro car. Santro will no longer be available in any petrol variant but customers will be able to buy only CNG variants of Santro.

May 17, 2022 | 2:50 pm

, Edited By: Samarth Saraswat

May 17, 2022 | 2:50 pm




The popularity of Hyundai's Creta and Hyundai i20 is not hidden from anyone, but now the company is going to discontinue its upcoming car at an affordable price.  Actually, Korean company Hyundai has decided that now it will discontinue Tata Santro.  Let us tell you that the company had discontinued this car for the first time in the year 2018.

The popularity of Hyundai’s Creta and Hyundai i20 is not hidden from anyone, but now the company is going to discontinue its upcoming car at an affordable price. Actually, Korean company Hyundai has decided that now it will discontinue Tata Santro. Let us tell you that the company had discontinued this car for the first time in the year 2018.

Hyundai has announced the closure of the entry-level hatchback car.  However, some time back reports came out that Grand i10 Nios and Aura are being produced in diesel variants apart from petrol.

Hyundai has announced the closure of the entry-level hatchback car. However, some time back reports came out that Grand i10 Nios and Aura are being produced in diesel variants apart from petrol.

Hyundai introduced this car due to the tall buy trend of its time, whereas before that most of the companies used to come with low ground clearance and sedan cars.  The company first started making this car in 1998.

Hyundai introduced this car due to the tall buy trend of its time, whereas before that most of the companies used to come with low ground clearance and sedan cars. The company first started making this car in 1998.

Nearly 20 years after this car was first prepared, this car car was introduced in a new avatar.  Now the company has stopped the production of this car because there has been a sharp decline in its demand, a major reason behind which is believed to be the increase in the price of the car.

Nearly 20 years after this car was first prepared, this car car was introduced in a new avatar. Now the company has stopped the production of this car because there has been a sharp decline in its demand, a major reason behind which is believed to be the increase in the price of the car.

During the last three and a half years, the price of this entry level hatchback car has registered an increase of up to 20-30 percent.  Now the price of this car ranges from Rs 4.89 lakh to Rs 6.41 lakh ex-showroom.

During the last three and a half years, the price of this entry level hatchback car has registered an increase of up to 20-30 percent. Now the price of this car ranges from Rs 4.89 lakh to Rs 6.41 lakh ex-showroom.






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