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How does it drive?
The Verna comes with the same 1.6 litre petrol and diesel as before. Let’s look at the diesel here. For now, Hyundai isn’t offering the 1.4 litre diesel, but we are sure the new GST implementations might force it back under the hood. With 126bhp@ 4000rpm and a meaty 245Nm @1500-3000rpm, it’s still the most powerful diesel in its class. Hyundai has worked on the NVH levels and it shows being one of the most refined cars in its segment. The big news however is the gearbox. Hyundai has finally junked the 4-speed auto and replaced it with a 6-speed auto. The manual 6-speeder is retained.