Hyundai India gave the Grand i10 a much-needed facelift recently, and we were quite impressed with its diesel variant during our road test. The car you see here has the revised 1.2-litre Kappa petrol motor which promises better driveability and fuel efficiency. Is it true? Subtle is the word that describes the difference between the previous and the new Grand i10. The fluidic design language has worked wonders with all the current Hyundais, and the 2017 Grand i10 is no exception.Hyundai has tuned the 1.2-litre Kappa petrol motor in the new Grand i10 to improve driveability as well as fuel economy, and our tests corroborated this claim. The 83PS, 113Nm motor is refined and revs quite freely to the redline, accompanied by a nice exhaust note.Progress through the gears is quick and we clocked a 0-100kmph time of 12.9 seconds. Though performance is unchanged, the improved driveability allows you to hold the car in higher gears at city speeds, without any signs of protest from the engine. Between 50-60kmph in fifth gear, the revs are at 1,500 rpm only, and a slight dab at the throttle results in enough surge to pull an overtake, without having to shift down.The Grand i10 has always been a car that had value for money written all over it. In this 2017 avatar, the car offers a nice combination of good looks, features, ride quality and a refined petrol motor. It’s a pretty good city car and quite capable to handle highway runs too. At Rs 7.84 lakh (on road, Mumbai) for the top spec Asta variant, the car presents itself as a great value proposition, even now.