Four years after phasing out the popular Santro Xing, Hyundai has launched the All New Santro hatchback in India. With the new model, Hyundai intends to revive the iconic brand that has existed in India since September 1998. The new Santro is built on a new K1 platform that allows the car to be wider and more spacious than its predecessors. Debuting on the new Santro is the Smart Auto AMT feature, which an automated manual transmission developed in-house by Hyundai.
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