Hyundai Aura Facelift is priced at 6.29 Lack Petrol | 8.1 Lack CNG. 

Hyundai Aura Facelift 2023

Hyundai is the second-largest car brand in India. But if we compare it to its entry-level segment, hatchbacks and sedans like the Hyundai Aura do not get as good a response as the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Honda Amaze. But this time, the game will be changed.

Hyundai has launched its entry-level Aura Facelift with an enticing starting price of 6.29 lakhs, with the top-of-the-line model costing 8.1 lakhs ex-showroom. This time, the CNG variant will also be available, with prices starting at 8.1 Lack and rising to a top-of-the-line price of 8.87 Lack ex-showroom.

Exterior of the Hyundai Aura facelift

Hyundai Aura Front
Aura Front | Credit: Hyundai

The Hyundai Aura will get a facelift in 2023 with minor cosmetic updates. The car’s radiator from the bumper is broader from the front with its new grill. The front grille is glossy black with some tweaks to the elements. Hyundai’s logo has also been changed from chrome to silver for all Hyundai products. The talking point is the L-shaped Big DRLs across all of their variants. No fog lamp this time. Let’s come to the front headlamps of the vehicle. We have a yellow halogen projector light in the front.

Interior of the Hyundai Aura facelift

You will get smart keys to lock and unlock. The dual-tone interior remains the same. Push start-stop, footrest lighting, electric folding mirrors, rear AC vents with a 12-volt charging socket, height-adjustable headrests, an ISO-fix child seat, a grip handle, and legroom are adequate. Cruise control. 

Hyundau Aura Interior
Aura Interior | Credit Hyundai

Side of the Hyundai Aura facelift

There are not such big changes on the horizon. The dimensions of the vehicle remain the same as earlier. The multi-spoke diamond-cut alloy, 175/60 R15 MRF tires, auto-folding Orvms, a Chrome handle, and a request sensor on the driver’s side remain unchanged. A pillar is white, with B and C pillars in black.

Hyundai Aura Side
Aura Side | Credit Hyundai


Ground clearance165 mm
Dimension Of New Aura Facelift 2023

Rear of the Hyundai Aura facelift

Again, the Hyundai silver logo has “Silver Aura” written on it. Rear window defogger, Z-shaped LED tail lamps with a connecting chrome garnish line. 2 rear parking sensors There is also a sports spoiler on the back. Boot space is 407 liters, just like earlier. steel spare wheel. Boot-lamp.

Hyundai Aura Rear
Aura Rear | Credit Hyundai

Color option of Hyundai Aura facelift

Polar whiteStarry Night
Titan GreyTeal Blue
Typhoon silverFiery Red
Color For Hyundai Aura Facelift

Price bracket for the 2023 Hyundai Aura Facelift

1.2 Petrol MT1.2 Petrol AMT1.2 Petrol+CNG MT
New Price List


Engine start/stop, both analogue and digital instrument clusters with multi-information on TFT displays, voice recognition, a cool glove box, Cruise Control, Electric Stability Control, Hill Assist, Electronic Stability Control, Vehicle Stability Management, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Wireless Phone Charger, Type C Fast USB Charger, Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Also, the Hyundai Aura facelift comes with some of the most advanced and first-in-segment features, like a total of 6 SRS airbags on the front side seats and curtain airbags, and adds more features like footwell lighting and the adjustable rear headrest in the new one.

Engine and transmission

1.2-litre Kappa petrol engine in the new Hyundai Aura to comply with upcoming BS6 second emission norms. It produces 83 PS of maximum power and 113.8 Nm of peak torque. The vehicle is available with both a 5-speed manual and a smart auto transmission. The maximum power with bi-fuel (petrol and CNG) is 69 PS and 95 Nm of torque, with a 5-speed manual transmission as an option.


The Aura facelift will receive 3 years and 1 lakh kilometres of an unmatched standard warranty, which is more than its competitors, the Maruti Dzire, Tata Tigor, and Honda Amaze. The new Aura has every feature necessary to compete with the Amaze and Dzire. Let’s see if this can increase its sales numbers. The vehicle’s construction, fit and finish, and overall quality are unquestionably superior to those of its segment rival.

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