December 6, 2021
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Hyundai Verna

 

The Verna uses improved suspension geometry from its predecessor for better driving characteristics. It rides better than before, with less bobbing motion, and the additional damping is always welcome. In the city, you can easily tackle potholes and speed breakers. It also feels slightly more planted and a bit more eager to turn in than before, but isn’t a car you would buy to have fun in the corners. The steering though more accurate, is lifeless and there is a bit too much body roll than we expect. The brakes are adequate for the job, although the previous generation originally came with disc brakes all round. There was so much road noise in the cabin, although this could be particular to our test car.

 

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The new Verna is a marked improvement over its predecessor. It has raised the benchmark for equipment levels in the segment. You get everything you could possibly want -automatic boot opening, cooled front seats, sunroof, cruise control, and choice of automatic transmissions. Hyundai has even priced it well, right between the Ciaz and the City. The compact crossovers are taking away sales from this segment, and the Verna has nearly everything to put things right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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