Hyundai’s most recent launch in the Indian market was the Alcazar. Many people are considering it a 7-seater version of the Creta but it is a more mature product than the Creta. The Alcazar competes against the MG Hector Plus, Tata Safari and the recently unveiled Mahindra XUV 700. Alcazar is performing well for a new product in the Indian market and has a waiting period of 2 months already. The Alcazar has now hit the Indian market. By going for a pre-owned one you can save some money as well as you won’t have to wait for the booking period.
The advertisement is placed on Facebook by HP Vayna. It is a 2021 Alcazar finished in white. It is equipped with a petrol engine that is mated to an automatic transmission. The engine produces a max power output of 159 PS of max power and a peak torque output of 191 Nm. The automatic transmission is a 6-speed torque converter unit. Because it is automatic you get three driving modes and three traction modes. Moreover, you get paddle shifters mounted behind the steering wheel to take control of the gearbox manually. The seller is asking Rs. 21.75 lakhs for the SUV and it has covered 633 km. You can get in touch with the seller by clicking here.
It is the top-end Signature variant so you get all the bells and whistles. In terms of safety, it comes with rear disc brakes, ABS with EBD, Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Tyre pressure monitoring system, side and curtain airbags and rear parking sensors. Moreover, you get front parking sensors, driver rearview monitor, rear parking camera with adaptive guidelines, surround-view monitor, blind view monitor and auto-dimming interior rearview mirror.
Exterior features include automatic LED headlamps, LED Daytime Running Lamps, LED tail lamps, Puddle Lamps, 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and a side footstep. There is also a twin-tip exhaust to provide a sporty appearance to the exterior.
As we can see from the images, that the Alcazar on sale is the 6-seater variant. So, it comes with two captain chairs for the second row. There is also a dedicated centre console in the second row which you do not get on any other SUV. The centre console itself houses a wireless charger, two cupholders and storage. So, is quite practical and provides a premium experience to the rear occupants.
The cabin of the Alcazar is finished in dual-tone black and brown interiors. Hyundai offers a 7-inch digital instrument cluster for the driver. However, this being the top-end variant, you get a larger 10.25-inch digital driver’s display. You get leather on the steering wheel, gear knob, armrest and upholstery.
Other features include 64 colour ambient lighting, electric parking brake with auto-hold, a panoramic sunroof that is voice-controlled, remote engine starter, smart key and push-button to start/stop. There is also ventilated seats that are a boon in our country. You also get cruise control, automatic climate control, rear-window sunshades, Bose sound system etc.