Hyundai Motor Company announced on the 11th that it will release the 2021 Granger. The 2021 Grandeur has a new interior and special trim LeBlanc with customer preferences. In addition, some options for each trim were standardized and the price increase was minimized to a maximum of 250,000 won to increase price competitiveness. The price starts at 3303 million won.
The detailed price of the 2021 Granger is 3,303 million won for gasoline premium, 3,534 million won for Leblanc, 3681 million won for exclusive use, and 41.3 million won for calligraphy. Gasoline 3.3 premium is 3,593 million won, Leblanc 3,929,000 won, exclusive 3.92 million won, and calligraphy 43.88 million won. The hybrid is 3,679 to 4,489 million won.
The interior of the newly introduced Le Blanc trim is a combination of beige seats and black color. Highway driving assistance, rear collision avoidance assistance, 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, ambient mood lamp, touch-type air conditioning controller, rear monitor, first row ventilation seat, and surround view are standard features.
In particular, when the gasoline 3.3 engine is selected in the LeBlanc trim, the LeBlanc Performance Package, consisting of carbon side mirrors and rear spoilers, Alcantara material steering wheel and center console armrest, will be added. The 2021 Granger has enhanced its marketability by standardizing on the existing options.
Premium trim is equipped with double-glazed sound insulation glass (additional two-row door) and UV-blocking glass as standard. The exclusive trim comes standard with a remote 360-degree view (image around my car). In the calligraphy trim, a new interior color of khaki/beige (beige seat) was added to expand the range of choices.
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