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Old 27th February 2023, 18:26   #706
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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I don't know if I have received it as yet. Is there a way to find out if your car has received it or is due to receive an upgrade for the Maps? I do use the in-built navigation extensively.
You can check within the Settings menu, there is a menu for update. Please refer below YouTube video.

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Old 27th February 2023, 18:45   #707
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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I thought only 1.5 Diesel and 2.0 Petrol are available till now.
You are right. Even I got confused reading Ays7's post. Wondering why did the dealer send such incorrect info to Ays7.
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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Received below message from Modi Hyundai's Sales team, Mumbai yesterday:

"Quick Update -- Currently I have

1) Alcazar 1.5 Kappa Manual Transmission 7 Seater
Fuel Type - Petrol Variant Platinum
Colour Polar White on road price 2268141 assured delivery in less than 15 days

2) Alcazar 1.5 MPi (Automatic) Fuel Type - Petrol Variant Platinum(O) Colour Starry Night
on road price 2418141 assured delivery in less than 15 days

3) Alcazar 1.5 MPi (Automatic) - Petrol
Variant Prestige(O) 7 seater Colour Polar White
on road price 2418141 assured delivery in less than 15 days

4) Alcazar 1.5 MPi (Automatic) Fuel Type - Petrol Variant Signature(O) 6 seater Colour Polar White & Starry Night on road price 2472905 assured delivery in less than 15 days

5) Alcazar 1.5 MPi (Automatic) Fuel Type - Petrol Variant Signature(O) 7 seater Colour Polar White on road price 2472942 assured delivery in less than 15 days"

So I am guessing 1.5 L is more or less available
Dear Ays7,
Please cross check with the sales team whether they have any common sense while sharing data to a customer. Alcazar never had 1.5 L petrol engine. It is always 2.0L petrol and 1.5 L Diesel.
Alcazar is going to be launched with 1.5 turbo petrol very soon, where prices are not yet announced. So, there is no sense in the information shared by them.

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Old 1st March 2023, 12:30   #709
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

An updated brochure of the facelifted Alcazar is now available, although not without a lot of discrepancies with the images used.
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Old 1st March 2023, 13:37   #710
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An updated brochure of the facelifted Alcazar is now available, although not without a lot of discrepancies with the images used.
Other than the Petrol Turbo engine, I am able to figure out only the front grille change. Is that like the Venue grille now?
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

Got the dreaded DPF regen issue today.

Did the regen by following the dance steps and it was completed in 25 mins.

Must have used 1.5~2 lts of Diesel considering the reduction in range before and after regen.

I was using the car inside the city in the last 4 weeks and i believe this must be cause for the regen. It was running on reliance diesel .Switched to IOC Xtragreen diesel for this tank full.
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Other than the Petrol Turbo engine, I am able to figure out only the front grille change. Is that like the Venue grille now?
From the brochure, it looks like both the front grill versions are available. The turbo 1.5 gets the new grill, while Diesel version continues with the current design.
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Old 4th March 2023, 12:03   #713
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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Have a very specific question for Alcazar owners- what made you choose the Alcazar over the XUV700, if at all it was in your shortlist?
  • Ride quality
  • Refinement
  • Fuel Efficiency
  • City friendly
  • Based on proven car (No niggles)
  • After sales service & superior service network across the country
  • The boy racer in me is already dead
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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  • Ride quality
  • Refinement
  • Fuel Efficiency
  • City friendly
  • Based on proven car (No niggles)
  • After sales service & superior service network across the country
  • The boy racer in me is already dead
Similar reasons for me

1. Hard revving days are long gone, cruising and defensive driving now
2. Expectation of better reliability and fewer niggles, less downtime overall compared to the XUV
3. Immediate delivery , not prepared to wait one year for delivery
4. Loaded, got the Signature variant, XUV top end is way more expensive comparatively. 360 degree camera and ventilated seats were difficult to resist.


My usage also involves lots of small trips (~4km), concerns about possible DPF issues down the line made me opt for the petrol automatic.

6 months and 6.5k kms later, happy with the vehicle overall.
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Old 7th March 2023, 18:57   #715
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

Alcazar Turbo prices announced- starts at ₹16.74 lakh and tops out at ₹20.25 lakh. Don’t see too much of a price hike, although there’s good improvement in ARAI mileage and powertrain figures. Also, RDE AND E20 compliant.
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

I have started observing intermittent jerks while i take my leg off the accelerator .

Took it to the service center and the SA suspects the infamous injector issue .

But he says a cleaning procedure might help instead of a complete replacement.

Is this acceptable? or do i ask for a complete replacement?

Since my 20k Kms are up, I will be giving it for the 3rd service and this issue will be looked up then.
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Old 8th March 2023, 19:40   #717
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

There is no update in terms of lighting setup in Alcazar as that is still the weakest link in Alcazar which put many buyers away from Alcazar. Night driving experience on Alcazar due to weakest headlights has been the biggest issue so far!
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Old 16th March 2023, 09:51   #718
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

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I have started observing intermittent jerks while i take my leg off the accelerator .

Took it to the service center and the SA suspects the infamous injector issue .

But he says a cleaning procedure might help instead of a complete replacement.

Is this acceptable? or do i ask for a complete replacement?

Since my 20k Kms are up, I will be giving it for the 3rd service and this issue will be looked up then.
I have read about an injector cleaning process on the web. This needs some special equipment. But if it was me, I would push for a full replacement for peace of mind.
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Old 16th March 2023, 09:56   #719
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

neither of them happened. The head mechanic said that there is no jerking now.

I still observe some when I try to accelerate from 40-60 kmph to 80-90 kmph.

It jerks, takes some time and then off it goes as if nothing's happened.
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Re: Hyundai Alcazar Review

It’s been nearly 1.5 years and 12000kms since I have been using Alcazar Diesel 1.5 AT and recently I have started facing this issue of check engine light.
The check engine light randomly pops up and stays there, there is no issue in driving the car. I have got it checked 2-3 times and the issue still persists, as I have read in earlier posts many of you guys have been facing issue with injector I guess I will get it checked too, as such I don’t feel any jerks regularly but sometimes there is a lil jerk when accelerating hard and the lag :/
This issue can’t be related to DPF because I have got it checked and even did the regeneration once and light too never came up.
Last time I got it checked the error was related to some pressure sensor. Can anyone guide me on this?
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