The Verna is a premium C-Segment sedan from Hyundai Motors, which made its official debut in India in 2006. Ever since then, it has been sold alongside the Accent. However, Globally New Verna is actually a replacement to the Accent but the company decided to sell it as two different models in some countries, including India where the Accent is still earning a reasonable amount of profit for them. The earlier generation Verna was often termed as the Hyundai rocket for its magnificent power, especially from the capable CRDi engine. Although this car was hugely applauded for its performance, but it was neither a great handler nor a hunk of the town. Lack of safety features further added to misery. It has been only a year since the Verna was face lifted and re-badged as Verna 'Transform', and now recently on 11th May, 2011, Hyundai released the all new generation of it's rocket sedan popularly called 'Fluidic Verna'. So have the dynamics, drive ability and handling improved? We tested the New Fluidic Hyundai Verna to learn those real time facts. Check out!
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