Most notable additions include adjustable rear seat headrests and 3-point seat belts
Hyundai has updated its entire 2023 model range to comply with the BS6 Phase 2 emission norms. However, in addition to upgraded powertrains, the cars also receive added safety features.
Let’s start with the Grand i10 NIOS and Aura. Both cars received a facelift earlier this year and come equipped with a wide range of safety features. According to the brochure, adjustable rear headrests are now available as standard across all variants.
The 2023 editions of the i20, Venue and Creta have also received similar updates. In addition to adjustable rear headrests, all seats get 3-point seat belts as standard.
The Asta and Asta (O) variants of the i20 get three adjustable headrests in the rear. The 2023 Venue and Creta are equipped with 2-step reclining rear seats with a 60:40 split.
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