Image gallery: 2017 Hyundai Xcent
For 2017, the Hyundai Xcent receives a visual update and a new 1.2-litre diesel engine. The new engine raises power to 75PS while torque climbs to 190Nm. The new engine brings improved performance, efficiency and drivability. Visual changes include a new grille and bumper design up front and redesigned wrap-around tail lamps at the rear. The cabin sees the addition of a 7.0-inch touch screen infotainment system. Click here to read our road test review.
The Xcent now gets a different face from the Grand i10 with a 'cascading design' Grille inspired from bigger cars like the Elantra. The DRLs are new as well
The side profile is the most familiar angle on the new Hyundai Xcent
The redesigned rear looks much nicer thanks to new wrap-around tail lamps and a new bumper
The new cascade design grille is inspired from bigger cars like the Elantra
Old vs new: While the headlamps are the same, the differences lie in the new grille and bumper design
Old vs new: The new tail section looks considerably nicer in our eyes
New 1.2-litre diesel offers better performance, efficiency and drivability with the same high levels of refinement
The intuitive new 7.0-inch touch-screen display doubles up as a dsiplay for the rear parking camera
The 15-inch alloy wheels carry forward unchanged
Images by Anis Shaikh
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