Hyundai cars in India have been known for their reliability and solid build quality at affordable costs and have been the 2nd best carmaker in the country for quite some time now. Hyundai is also known for its constant innovations, constantly updating its cars like adding segment-first features or improving the model in terms of looks and safety. With these updates come higher costs and the customer has to bear some of it.
In India, even though Hyundai is highly focused in the budget segment they still have some cars in their lineup that surely go into the midrange or even Premium area. These are the top 5 most expensive Hyundai cars in India that you check out right now.
The Hyundai Verna starts from Rs 12.85 lakh – Rs 20.13 lakh (On-Road, New Delhi) and is the most affordable car from the brand, however is one of the more premium sedans currently in the lineup. Though the new Verna’s futuristic design is subjective, this car is still one of the best sedans available in the Indian market in terms of value and safety, having scored 5 stars in the GNCAP.
The Sedan is also packed with features such as Level 2 ADAS, 6 airbags, nice fit and finish, an 8-speaker Bose sound system, ventilated front seats, an electric sunroof, a fully digital console, spacious interiors, automatic climate control and more. This not only makes it safe but also one of the most comfortable sedans out there.
Hyundai Alcazar is a 6-seater SUV that is priced from Rs 19.56 to 25.20 lakh (On-Road, New Delhi) and is one of the premium offerings from Hyundai in India. The Alcazar has a bigger and elegant feel to it along with comfortable and spacious interiors, thanks to its bigger dimensions. The design of the car is also quite flamboyant especially the flamboyant front fascia with a large grille.
The car also feels premium in terms of fit/finish and comes packed with several features such as ventilated front seats, a Bose sound system, a panoramic sunroof, a touchscreen infotainment system and more. Overall, this SUV is a nice option, however, the launch of its facelift isn’t that far so it’s wise to stay put.
Hyundai Kona Electric
The Hyundai Konda Electric is available from Rs 25.25 to Rs 25.46 lakh (On-Road, New Delhi) and is one of the more Premium yet affordable EV SUVs in the country (Kudos to Hyundai for making a good effort in providing an affordable premium EV). The car comes with a good design, standard 6 airbags, an all-black interior, cruise control, TPMS and more.
Apart from this, the SUV also has an ARAI-certified driving range of 452 km, however, the lack of charging infrastructure makes it difficult for the Kona and in fact, any EV to operate in the city on a daily basis.
The Hyundai Tucson which starts from Rs 33.82 lakh to Rs 42.80 lakh (On-Road, New Delhi) is not a new name in the market just like Verna. But unlike the sedan, the Tucson has not been a big seller in India, although Hyundai has kept it updated since the carmaker wants to keep an option in the premium SUV segment. Along with phenomenal exterior build quality and design, the interior of the Tucson is also well-designed and overall feels quite comfortable and premium. The interior is also spacious and has a 540-litre boot, which can be further increased by folding the seats.
The car also comes packed with several features such as a Bose sound system, Level 2 ADAS, 6 airbags, ESC, Hill decent and assist control, 360-degree camera, ventilated front seats and more.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 which comes with a price tag of Rs 48.26 lakh (On-Road, New Delhi), is one of the best and well-designed oversized hatchbacks in India. It is so oversized, that most might mistake it for an SUV at first glance. In fact, the Ioniq 5 won several awards for its design and competence as an all-electric, back in 2022. It is also currently the most expensive offering by Hyundai in India.
While the price might seem huge for a hatchback, it still manages to justify its hefty price tag by offering best-in-class features and technology. The EV has an ARAI-certified range of 630 km and Hyundai will add an 11 kW AC at your home which is included in the price of the car, though it will take almost 7 hours to fully charge.
The Interior is also minimalistic and unique, giving you a sense of premium-ness since it is so subtle and practical with no useless cuts and low-quality plastic in sight. The EV also feels spacious and comfortable from the inside. Features include a Level 2 ADAS, dual-climate zone system, TFT driver display, cooled front seats, auto headlamps, panoramic sunroof and more. Overall, the EV will make sure you feel good after spending almost 50 lakh.