Korean car maker Hyundai is all geared up to launch the 2017 facelifted Xcent in the Indian market. Ahead of that the features of the updated compact sedan have been leaked on the internet.
The 2017 Hyundai Xcent will hit the Indian market on April 20, 2017. Now, TeamBHP has managed to get hold of the features of the updated Xcent. It looks like Hyundai has removed several features from each trim of the car. But new features are added instead.
The new Xcent does not get ABS as a standard option, but the feature is exclusive to the SX, and SX(O) trims. The 2017 Xcent also loses features such as manual dimming IRVM, digital clock, wheel cover and blacked out B-Pillar.
But on the other side, the car gets passenger airbag and Alternator Management System (AMS). The S trim misses out on ABS, exterior side mouldings and driver height adjustment.
The S and SX(O) variants of the new Xcent get new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The 2017 Xcent has been already spotted in India without any camouflage.
The 2017 Xcent features revamped front bumper and grille. Also, the car gets voice recognition buttons on the steering wheel, shark fin antenna, DRLs and redesigned rear bumper.