Hyundai i20 Price in India, i20 Review, Features, Mileage & Photos – CarWale

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Hyundai i20 Review

has hit it off fairly well with its new of products, the ‘i’ series. The i10 was a replacement for the Santro, and the i20 does the with the Getz. Hyundai been known for its diesel although its sedans have appreciably.

The first diesel that HMIL offered the public was the Getz CRDi, but the car was and the dated looks turned prospective buyers away. has now introduced the i20 with a 1.4-litre engine to clock more per hour and litre, and this be an ideal premium hatch for looking for a quick diesel car.The 1.4-litre petrol comes with an automatic . read full review

has hit it off fairly well with its new of products, the ‘i’ series. The i10 was a replacement for the Santro, and the i20 does the with the Getz. Hyundai been known for its diesel although its sedans have appreciably.

The first diesel hatch HMIL offered the Indian was the Getz CRDi, but the car was overpriced and the looks turned many buyers away. Hyundai has now the i20 with a 1.4-litre CRDi to clock more miles per and litre, and this could be an premium hatch for customers for a quick diesel city 1.4-litre petrol also with an automatic transmission.

Hyundai has designed the i20 with European influences, following the trend that began their new design philosophy. The i20 has a number of longitudinal lines and all over the car with a few running its front and rear doors on sides which makes the car very aggressive.

Hyundai has a bold waistline crease rises toward the rear the way this crease curves and to the rear fender over the arch adds a lot of power and to the design. However, the mirrors of the i20 are Getz-like and the top-end variant of the i20 5-spoke alloy wheels. The of the hatch has a thick C-pillar and lamps shaped like with rounded corners to its edges.

The rear bumper sports vertical and horizontal lines and a for the number plate. The bootlid a stylised Hyundai logo is also the boot release.

The Korean designers have the i20 brown and beige with black on the dash. The steering has audio controls on it and there are dials in the instrument gauge where the small central has a temperature gauge and fuel indicator mounted on either The speedo is backlit with red with no option to adjust the

The electrically adjustable mirrors can be or folded at the touch of a button when the key isn’t inserted, and the buttons on the steering work the key turned to the ‘on’ position, are features not found in many cars.

The centre console has a multi-function display which the time, date, distance current audio track, efficiency and ambient temperature. It can be off with the button called

The centre console features two for the air-conditioning unit and a centrally audio system located it, and points for USB and other auxiliary below it; adjacent to the cigarette with the vertical vents on sides.The centre console has an indicator and warning for seatbelts for all passengers. The gear knob has a of black, chrome and brown, a slot ahead of the lever to your mobile phone and two followed by one for bottles behind the The glovebox is illuminated and chilled, is a nice touch.

The seats of the i20 are and didn’t feel like were bolstered enough in the places. It took all of us quite a few until we found a seating that felt comfortable. is immense legroom in the front which will comfortably six-footers.

Short drivers particularly like the seat adjustment while a steering that tilts and telescopes and a pedal help with driver ergonomics.

Engine, Transmission:

The 1.4-litre rail engine used in the i20 is a Hyundai CRDi engine. The 89 bhp 1396cc engine produces a of 220Nm of torque giving the car a start when the throttle is but when the turbo isn’t things, the engine feels and this can be quite annoying in office. The car did 0-100kph in 12.6 during testing.The i20’s engine is noisy and the strong kick at about 1800rpm put a wide grin on your

The turbocharger itself doesn’t with the typical high-pitched characteristic of turbos.

Hyundai i20

The i20 was initially with the 1.2-litre petrol This is the Kappa engine was first seen on the i10. It is a refined engine which a maximum power of 80bhp and a of 112Nm.

With the i20 weighing a more a ton, on paper the car underpowered, but once the engine 3000rpm, it means serious The true power of the car is unveiled.

has designed the gear ratios of the i20 to city as well as highway The short throws and positive makes shifting easy but the gate is too small which lead to some fouled when in a hurry.

The i20 CRDi is a little thirstier expected. The 1.4-litre engine on an travels 16.2km on a litre of During testing, we achieved an of 12.5kpl.

Driving Dynamics:

The i20 is certainly one of the best cars used in the city; it goes traffic faster than a goes through dessert at a The hatch’s handling is astounding city speed limits and a complete hoot to drive traffic. Point the car to where you it to go, and floor it! However be warned spirited starts from lights means plenty of steer and burnt rubber.

control would be a welcome – something which the new of Hyundai CRDi powered need. Although the handling is predictable there were a of instances where we had the rear end out of line and were quite

The i20 has a light steering which is responsive until the turbo in after which the steering to feel light momentarily maybe due to the suspension setup. The turning radius coupled the light steering makes convenient and effortless. Talking cornering, our confidence to dive a corner at high speed too high due to the suspension set-up.

All this car needs is a bit of fine in its suspension and alignment and this car be one of the best handling ones

Overall Evaluation:

The i20 ticks all the boxes for those who want a city car: it has sharp handles well in city has a powerful diesel engine and built to last. There are a few like the interior space and lag but in the light of Hyundai’s legendary the ownership experience as a whole be positive. If you’re a young on the lookout for powerful diesel car for use, the i20 CRDi with its engine, sharp looks and residuals should be at the top of your

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