Hyundai Alcazar Facelift Launching In Mid 2024

The new Hyundai Alcazar Facelift is launching soon in India by mid-2024, Sharper looks, Same bite

The Indian mid-size SUV segment just got hotter with the imminent arrival of the refreshed Hyundai Alcazar facelift. Slated for launch within months, following the updated Creta and upcoming Creta N Line, this three-row challenger seeks to maintain its competitive edge with sharper visuals and familiar performance.

Design Refresh:

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While sharing its DNA with the Creta, the Alcazar boasts a distinct persona, exuding a more premium aura. Expect design cues similar to the Creta facelift but with unique touches in the front bumper, grille, headlamps, DRLs, alloy wheels, and tail-light design.

The cabin will likely echo the Creta facelift’s modern dashboard, featuring the impressive twin 10.25-inch screens, ADAS suite, dual-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, and ventilated seats. While space and seating configurations remain unchanged, expect fresh upholstery and interior shades to add a touch of novelty.

Powertrain Continuity:

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Hyundai plays it safe by retaining the proven 1.5-litre turbo-petrol (160hp) and 1.5-litre diesel (115hp) engines, both updated to meet BS6 Stage II norms. Transmission options will include a manual and an automatic similar to the newly-launched Creta. The upcoming Alcazar Facelift will offer more refinement and better driving dynamics compared to the previous generation model.


A minor price hike is anticipated across some variants. While official details will emerge closer to launch, expect the Alcazar facelift to remain competitive against rivals like the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus, and Mahindra XUV700.

The facelift is a strategic move to maintain the Alcazar’s relevance in a rapidly evolving segment. While familiar powertrains and core elements offer predictability, can the visual refresh and potential feature additions be enough to entice buyers amidst rising competition and the lure of newer entrants?

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