Difference between Hyundai Elantra and Hyundai Verna

Key Difference: The Elantra and Verna are both sedan cars designed by Hyundai. However, the Hyundai Elantra is considered superior than the Verna as it has more power and features.

The Hyundai Elantra is a car that was launched in 1990 and is still in production. It is in its fifth generation which was launched in 2010. The same car is marketed as Hyundai Avante in South Korea. The fifth generation Elantra follows the fluidic sculpture design of Hyundai. It is being produced and sold in most of the markets of the world; though the name may differ. It is available in two engine options i.e. petrol/gasoline and diesel; both with engine capacities of 1.8 and 1.6 litre. The features include music system, rear air conditioning vents, rear parking sensors with camera, Bluetooth, rear defogger and wiper, etc. In India, there are two engine options i.e. 1.8 litre petrol/gasoline and 1.6 litre diesel with manual and automatic transmissions.

The Hyundai Verna is a sedan car that is also marketed as the Accent in many countries and markets. The production of the Hyundai Accent/Verna was started in 1995 and is in its fourth generation in the market. The fourth generation Verna/Accent was launched in November 2010. Many hatchback versions of the car are also available in different markets. The Hyundai Verna is available in the 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre petrol; as well as 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre diesel options in various markets. In India, all the four options are available for the customers. It has features like Brake Assistance, ABS, audio system with Bluetooth and USB playback, etc.

Comparison between Hyundai Elantra and Hyundai Verna:

 

Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Verna

Engine Displacement (CC)

Petrol: 1797

Diesel: 1582

Petrol: 1396 & 1591

Diesel: 1396 & 1582

No. Of Cylinders

4

4

Max Power (PS)

Petrol: 149.5 [email protected]

Diesel: [email protected]

Petrol 1.4: 107PS @6300rpm

Petrol 1.6: 123PS @6300rpm

Diesel 1.4: [email protected]

Diesel 1.6: 128PS @4000rpm

Max Torque (NM)

Petrol: 104 [email protected]

Diesel: 260 Nm @ 1900-2750rpm

Petrol 1.4: 138Nm @5000rpm

Petrol 1.6: 155Nm @4200rpm

Diesel 1.4: [email protected]

Diesel 1.6: 265Nm @1900rpm

Transmission

Manual and Automatic

Manual and Automatic

No of gears (Gears)

6

Manual: 5; and 6 in Diesel 1.6

Automatic: 4

Fuel Type

Petrol and Diesel

Petrol and Diesel

Fuel Tank Capacity (litre)

56

43

Turning Radius (metre)

5.06 M

5.2 M

Ground Clearance

185 mm

170 mm

Boot Space (litre)

420

454

Length (mm)

4,530

4,370

Width (mm)

1,775

1,700

Height (mm)

1,470

1,475

Wheelbase (mm)

2,700

2,570

Front Suspension

McPherson strut type with coil spring

Petrol and Diesel 1.4: McPherson strut with stabilizer bar

Petrol and Diesel 1.6: McPherson strut with coil spring

Rear Suspension

Coupled torsion beam axle

Coupled torsion beam axle

Front Brake Type

Disc

Disc

Rear Brake Type

Disc

Disc; Drum in Petrol 1.4

Front Tyres

Tubeless, 205 / 60 R16”

Petrol and Diesel 1.4: Tubeless, 185 / 65 R15”

Petrol and Diesel 1.6: Tubeless, 195 / 55 R16”

Rear Tyres

Tubeless, 205 / 60 R16”

Petrol and Diesel 1.4: Tubeless, 185 / 65 R15”

Petrol and Diesel 1.6: Tubeless, 195 / 55 R16”

0-60 (seconds)

N/A

Petrol 1.4: N/A

Petrol 1.6: 5.24

Diesel 1.4: N/A

Diesel 1.6: N/A

0-100 (seconds)

N/A

Petrol 1.4: N/A

Petrol 1.6: 11.48

Diesel 1.4: N/A

Diesel 1.6: N/A

Top Speed (KPH)

N/A

Petrol 1.4: N/A

Petrol 1.6: 190

Diesel 1.4: N/A

Diesel 1.6: 190

Seating Capacity (Person)

5

5

ABS(Anti-Lock Braking System)

Yes

Petrol 1.4: No

Petrol 1.6: Yes

Diesel 1.4: Yes

Diesel 1.6: Yes

EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution)

Yes

Petrol 1.4: No

Petrol 1.6: Yes

Diesel 1.4: Yes

Diesel 1.6: Yes

Electronic Stability Program

Yes

No

Brake Assist

No

Only in Diesel 1.6 MT & AT and Petrol 1.6 AT

Traction Control System

No

No

Airbags

4 (Driver, Co-Driver & Rear Passengers) and 6 Airbags in 1.8 SX MT model

Petrol 1.4: No

Petrol 1.6: 1 (Driver Only)

Diesel 1.4: 6 Airbags

Diesel 1.6: 6 Airbags

Steering Type

EPS (Electronic Power Steering) with Tilt and telescopic feature

EPS (Electronic Power Steering) with Tilt feature

Cruise Control

Yes

No

Note: Comparison is made between the top models and may vary among different markets.

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Comments

both elantra diesel and verna diesel have the same engine.... is the power any different.

Elantra has comparatively more power.

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