Hyundai i20 New Cars in India
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|Ex-Showroom Price - Rs. 4.8 Lacs. - Rs. 7.9 Lacs.|
Hyundai i20 New Car Overview
Not too many people gave the i20 much of a chance when it was first launched in the market. Today, Hyundai is laughing all the way to the bank. It has proved to be the only serious contender to the hot-selling Maruti Swift in terms of numbers. Again, a strong spread of variants, three different powertrain options, and a spacious well appointed cabin together conspire to make the i20 a very appealing ownership prospect indeed. The diesel version especially is very fuel efficient. It's not a car for the enthusiast though. Now, Hyundai has launched the face-lifted versio, called the i-Gen. The i-Gen i20 uses a lot of design cues from Hyundai's new 'Fluidic' design language. The i-Gen refresh also gets a reversing camera and automatic headlamps, making it one of the best-equipped cars in the segment.
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||3995X1710X1505|
|Ground clearance (mm)||165|
|Fuel tank capacity (lt)||45|
|Engine & Transmission|
|No of cylinder & configuration||4 in line|
|Valvetrain||16 valves, DOHC|
|Capacity (cc)||1197 (1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol), 1396 (1.4 U2 CRDi Dieseland 1.4 Gamma VTVT Petrol|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||84 @ 6000 (1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol), 90 @ 4000 (1.4 U2 CRDi Diesel), 100 @ 5500 (1.4 Gamma VTVT Petrol)|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||113.75 (1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol), 219.7 @ 1500-2750 ( (1.4 U2 CRDi Diesel), 136.3 (1.4 Gamma VTVT Petrol)|
|Gearbox||5-Speed Manual (1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol), 6-Speed Manual (1.4 U2 CRDi Diesel), 4-Speed Automatic (1.4 Gamma VTVT Petrol)|
|Suspension & Brakes|
|Front suspension||Mc Pherson Strut with Gas shock absorber|
|Rear suspension||Couple Torsion Beam Axle with Gas shock absorber|
|Rear brakes||Drum (1.2 Kappa Dual VTVT Petrol), Drum / Disc (with ABS only) (1.4 U2 CRDi Diesel), Disc (1.4 Gamma VTVT Petrol)|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyre size and type||Tubeless|
|Wheel size and type||175/70 R14 Steel Wheel [Era, Magna, Magna (O); 185/65 R14 Steel Wheel Sportz, Asta, Asta (O)]|
Hyundai i20 New Cars - User Reviews
Highly impressed with my i20 sports version. This hatchback offers several quality fatures of a Sedan. Its exterior and interior outlooks are unmatched. Attractive festures like rain sensing wipers are quite sophisticated.
I am a proud owner of i20. To say the lkeast it is a champion car with unique looks and sufficient space. Sporty characteristics and bold looks along with comfortable ride form its USP.
i20 is really a great, albeit a bit costly. In riding comfort factor and leg-space issue it is simply champion car. Only drawback is not-so-good mileage.
1. Styling Fit & Finish : Good styling , Fit & finish is poor. Flashes on Plastic parts like steering Cover Trim covers finish not very good Noise from Trims and suspenssion 2. Music System : Very Good w.r.t the value of car 3. AC effectiveness : Sometime ACC does not work properly, AC is otherwise effective if kept in manual mode 4. Brakes & Steering Wheel : Good except for finish of steering cover 5. Pick Up & Power : Pick up disappoints need improvement 6. Seat , Space & ride Comfort : V. Good 7. Fuel efficiency : Good in city condition & Highway 8. Safety : Good 9. Value for Money : Good if fit / Finish & Customer Care improved 10. Sales & service : Good at sales, After Sales Services very bad, no replies to mails from Hyundai Customer Care Service (Delhi Office) ASS should need Improvement
Its a good stylish Car for New age.Enjoy the driving comfort. Mileage is around 7-8 Km/l. Boot space is good. Music system is great. Pick up needs an improvement.
Car is good in terms of spacing, comfort, interiors, boot space. Except AC and mileage (~10km/ltr city ride wit ac)
i20 Magna (O) : i have purchased this car a month ago, driving this everyday to my office, 5 days a week. the control, and performance is awsome. it doesn`t have some safty features like ABS, airbag etc. but I feel I dont need it, as in mumbai trafic its of hardly of any use. I miss the rear wiper, as for mumbai trafic it should have there. the space inside is as good as a sedan car. Music system is ok for everyday use if you are not die hard fan of hard rock etc.
i have purchaged asta crdi i20 last month 6th in kurnool.sales exe srinivas is very cooperative and nice boy.but i am not satisfied in my car 1st service in kunhyudai kurnool
The Hyundai iGen i20 with its light clutch, easy gearshift, light steering, easy maneuverability and good engine responses is easy to drive within the city. A strong spread of variants, three different powertrain options and a spacious well-appointed cabin together makes the i20 a very appealing car to own.
Just wonderful for long driving experience.Feel cool and relaxed.You can drive car smoothly.You can enjoy sitting inside car.
After a lot of search and research about hatchbacks, me and my wife finalised on Hyundai i20 petrol model. We calculated effectively the price difference between the car models of petrol and diesel, can concluded that we need a petrol car. But now seeing the constantly increasing petrol prices, a diesel car would have been a better choice.... :( Generally, it is assumed that, if you are driving more than 60-70 km per day, you should go for a diesel car. Hyundai i20 is a very good car being stylish, powerful and comfortwise. When we purchased this model, competetors were Swift, Polo, Beat, Jazz and Figo. Swift being toooo common, maintainance of WV card is probably more than the other brands. Shape is a bit odd for Beat. Jazz being costly in hatchback range, Ford Figo was a better deal having a fully loaded car in a base prise of other brands. But we liked the looks of i20 and maintainnace is not much.. Also mileage is good when used judiciously. One can still consider Maruti Swift and Tata cars being our Indian products and most important, pocket friendly vehicles.
Its the best car.Have more features than its competitor but have to spend little more money.Have the style and look
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