Hyundai Motor India Limited launched its hatch ‘Santro’ in 1999, in a re-bagged version of the Hyundai Autos. Taking on market leader Maruti 800 and the Wagon R, the Santro is one of India‘s most popular ‘B’ segment hatchbacks. The Santro was revamped in 2003 and renamed as Xing. Now Santro has come up with a facelift and with a new 1.1 eRLX Epsilon engine. The Santro can be termed as an affordable small car that makes great sense. The new Santro is an outstanding package comprising a well-equipped car, superior technology, roomy interiors and the stamp of reliability. Endearing itself to the auto buying public, the new Santro with its curvy, boxy shape sits tall, and has become a hot favorite and a convenient small family car for the Indian urban jungle. The new Santro is available in 10 variants includes metallic and non metallic. They are GLS, GLS LPG, GL Plus, GL Plus LPG and Non AC. Keeping pace with expectations of Hyundai lovers, and still rubbing shoulders with the new Maruti Suzuki Estilo, the all new Hyundai Santro is all set to go a long way ahead. The new Santro will be available in 8 exciting colours: Crystal White, Black Diamond, Sleek Silver, Electric Red, Dark Grey, Silky Beige, Berry Red and Sparkle Blue.