The Grand i10 was updated to meet the BS6 emission norms in March last year and was only on sale with a petrol heart. The premium hatch was only on sale in two variants – Magna and Sportz.
Hyundai has silently pulled the plug on the Grand i10 hatchback and also removed it from their official India website. With the newer and updated Grand i10 Nios on sale, this move was somewhat inevitable. In fact, if history is anything to go by, the i10 suffered a similar fate after the introduction of the Grand i10.
That being said, the Korean carmaker has had both models on sale since August 2019. The Grand i10 was also given an update to meet the BS6 emission norms and continued to be on sale post 31st March, albeit with just a petrol heart. In fact, Hyundai has been offering lucrative discount offers on the Grand i10 for the past few months. In December, the model was being offered with a Rs 40,000 cash discount and an additional Rs 15,000 as exchange bonus.
Since March, the Grand i10 has only been on sale with a petrol heart. The 1.2-litre motor developed 81bhp and 114Nm and was only paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Unlike all other Hyundai products, the Grand i10, towards the end of its life cycle, was only on sale in two variants – Magna and Sportz.
Hyundai currently has 10 models on sale, starting from the Santro at a base price of Rs 4.63 lakh going right up to the top-end diesel automatic Tucson at Rs 27.03 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.