The Alcazar is available in three variants – Prestige, Platinum, and Signature. The features offer in Alcazar 64-colour ambient lighting. Eight-way power driver seat, second-row touch and tumble seats, and Voice enabled smart panoramic sunroof. Additionally, the new model also offers a range of first-in-segment features, such as side foot step for easy ingress/egress, a 10.25-inch multi-display with advanced Hyundai Blue Link (Connected-Car technology), Bose premium sound system (8 Speakers), automatic sound adjustment function depending on vehicle speed, wireless smartphone charger in the second-row seating with premium console armrest, second-row headrest cushion, rear window sunshade, remote engine start with a smart key for both manual and automatic trims, and the Auto Healthy Air Purifier that prevents the pollutants from entering the cabin. Puddle lamps with Hyundai logo projection.
The Hyundai Alcazar offers three different drive modes – Comfort, Eco, and Sport. Additionally, the vehicle offers three different traction modes, such as- Snow, Snack and Mud.
Hyundai ALCAZAR comes with four power trains that include 2.0 l Petrol MPi engine and 1.5 l Diesel CRDi engine with options of 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmissions. The 2.0 l Petrol MPi engine with 6-Speed Manual transmission, delivers power to conquer with an acceleration of 0 – 100 km/h in 9.5 seconds*. While both 2.0 l Petrol MPi engine and 1.5 l Diesel CRDi engine offer best in segment fuel efficiency with 6-speed manual as well as 6-speed automatic transmissions.
Design – The biggest compliment one can give the Alcazar is that it looks better than the car it is based on. It has a nice new radiator grille, is longer than the Hyundai Creta (by 200 mm) and is thus more proportionate, while the rear profile is better-looking in comparison to the Creta as well.
Cabin Quality & Features – Although the dashboard has been lifted straight from the Creta, the new brown and black theme gives the Alcazar’s interior a fresh look and it is well put together too. What’s more, even the base variant has a good number of goodies, while top trims get a 10.25-inch digital cluster, large infotainment touchscreen, panoramic sunroof, electrically adjustable driver seat, wireless device charger, connected car tech and more features.
Light Steering & Driving Dynamics – Hyundai has given the Alcazar a very pliant suspension setup, which matches the car’s demeanour rather well. The car remains stable at high speeds and in the city, its light steering is a boon. It also has strong brakes.
Petrol Engine Refinement – Those looking for a premium SUV with a strong, yet silent powerplant, should go for the Alcazar’s petrol variant which has a 2.0-litre mill. The engine is refined and delivers its power (159 PS) in a smooth manner. The fact that it can also be had with a torque convertor auto, apart from the manual, is a bonus.