Hyundai’s New Family MPV Launched At Rs 40 Lakh! Hyundai Staria Will Launch In India?
Hyundai Staria is finally launched in Thailand, and it is the first time that the new-gen model is introduced in a market out of South-Korea Not all MPVs look boring.
The MPV has finally been introduced in Thailand, according to the latest news on the internet. It is the first time it has been introduced to a market outside of South Korea.
A slim LED bar runs across the width of the front-end, giving it a minimalistic appearance.
The glass surface on the sides is vast, and there are few sharp lines to notice. A large back window, an upright boot lid, and narrow-vertical tail lamps make up the rear facet.
Furthermore, the alloy wheels are developed with a low aerodynamic drag coefficient in mind.
There are two 10.25-inch displays. One does the duty as an instrument console, while another works as an infotainment unit.
A push-button start-stop system, 7 USB ports, electro-chromic IRVM, ambient lighting, rear window sun shades, automatic climate control, cruise control, second-row lounge seats, automatic rear doors, and other features are included.
Hyundai’s much-hyped SmartSense suite is included as a safety net in the Staria. Adaptive cruise control, rear-cross traffic alert, and lane-keeping assist are among the features.
It also includes adaptive cruise control, rear-cross traffic alert, lane-keeping assist, autonomous braking, oncoming vehicle detection, and blind-spot monitoring.
The Staria has a peak power output of 177 PS and a maximum torque of 431 m using a 2.2L 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. Across the board, an 8-speed automatic transmission is standard.
Prices for the Staria in Thailand start at THB 1,729,000 (Rs. 39.48 lakh, ex-showroom) for the entry-level S trim and go up to THB 1,999,000 (Rs. 45.65 lakh, ex-showroom) for the range-topping SEL trim.