4 Upcoming Compact SUVs From Hyundai To Kia Under Rs. 10 Lakh

4 Upcoming Compact SUVs From Hyundai To Kia Under Rs. 10 Lakh

1. Nissan Magnite Facelift

By the end of 2024, the Nissan Magnite is expected to go on sale following a mid-life update in the form of a facelift model. The sub-4-meter SUV will gain a number of new features in addition to exterior style improvements, such as a single-pane sunroof and six airbags. The dashboard inside the cabin is anticipated to be rearranged. Based on the spy photos, the package will include updated tail lamps, a redesigned front grille and bumpers, and a new set of LED headlamps. The Magnite Facelift will continue to run on two gasoline engines: a 1.0-liter naturally aspirated and a 1.0-liter turbocharged.

2. New-Gen Hyundai Venue

The Hyundai Venue’s second generation model will go on sale in 2025, which is next year. The next-generation Venue, codenamed Q2Xi—where the ‘i’ stands for India—will keep its sights set on the sub-4-meter SUV market in India. Although the project’s specifics are being kept under wraps, a number of internal adjustments are anticipated. The Korean company’s Venue is currently a respectable seller, and in 2022 it underwent a facelift model upgrade. The next generation Hyundai Venue is reportedly going to be produced at its brand-new production facility in Talegaon.

3. Kia Syros

A new small SUV that Kia is testing for India is expected to make its debut the following year. The sub-4-meter SUV, internally codenamed AY, is anticipated to be sold in India under the name Syros and will cost less than Rs. 10 lakh. In the brand’s lineup, the forthcoming Kia compact SUV will slot between the Sonet and Seltos. The Kia Syros test mule, which will be offered in both gasoline- and electric-powered configurations, has been sighted across the nation a few times.

4. Skoda Compact SUV

The Skoda small SUV will go on sale in India early next year, with a starting price of less than Rs. 10 lakh. Test mules have been spotted testing around the nation. They showcased the SUV’s design, which incorporates split headlamps, an integrated high-mounted stop lamp, a modest roof spoiler, and an inverted L-shaped LED tail lamp.

    Built on the well-known MQB A0 IN platform, it will be propelled by a 1.0-liter TSI engine with a maximum torque of 178 Nm and 115 horsepower. With its new small SUV, Skoda will provide a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission and a 6-speed manual gearbox as options.

          Sanchita Patil

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