That’s an old Hyundai problem that’s reared its ugly head – even though recent models like the Verna have done so well on this front. While there are these obvious ‘small-car’ qualities that come through, there are certain things I would have liked to have been better executed. I’d have liked a little more power on the engine for starters! So let me tell you my big takeaway is then that ride quality. Now, it doesn’t feel as small as it is, it doesn’t feel as light as it is, and that’s pretty much what’s been the downer for this segment for any car – save the
But before I get into anything else let’s first talk about the AMT. Hyundai’s Smart Auto has been developed at the company’s Korea headquarters, and is made in India – meaning you can surely expect it to show up on other models especially the next gen Xcent and Grand i10, and maybe even the upcoming subcompact SUV codenamed QXI.