The cute looks that the Hyundai Eon brings to the table are synonymous with Hyundai's Fluidic design
Hyundai EON Models
|Hyundai EON D Lite 814 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||3.11 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON D Lite Plus 814 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||3.37 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON Era Plus 814 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||3.50 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON Magna Plus 814 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||3.81 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON Sportz 814 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||4.10 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON 1.0L Kappa Magna Plus 998 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 20.3 kmpl||4.11 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON 1.0L Kappa Magna Plus (O) 998 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 20.3 kmpl||4.24 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON Era Plus LPG 814 cc, Manual,LPG, Mileage: NA||3.81 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Hyundai EON Magna Plus LPG 814 cc, Manual,LPG, Mileage: 21.1 kmpl||4.12 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
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Price, Practicality, Looks
Drive dynamics, Rough engine
The Eon is a stylish, affordable city car that feels more expensive than it actually is
The Hyundai Eon is Hyundai’s entry-level car that was built specifically for the Indian market to combat the ever popular Maruti Suzuki Alto and the Tata Nano. The Hyundai Eon is priced slightly higher than the Alto and the Nano is comes with two petrol engine options, both of which also get factory fitted LPG packages which makes it a very tempting offering for the entry level Indian motorist who is looking for his or her first automobile.
On the exterior front, the eggshell like shape is the only one of its kind in this segment compared to the older looking Maruti Suzuki Alto and the conventional looking Datsun Go. Hyundai’s fluidic design language with large, pulled back headlamps that fuse seamlessly into the body, looks quite appealing combined with the large centrally mounted front grille and the overall cute proportions of the car. The large rear tail lamps compliment the tail gate tying up the Eon’s unique look. Front the side too, the Hyundai Eon actually looks much bigger than it actually is, which for a small car is a very good thing. In fact, the Hyundai Eon is possibly the best looking entry level hatchback in India.
On the interior front, the Hyundai Eon is the most well equipped amongst its competition. The Hyundai Eon gets Bluetooth telephony, a double din infotainment system and a dual tone interior. In fact, the beige and grey interiors with the large and comfortable seats compliments the Eon’s useable proportions well. The front seats, although quite cozy due to its good side support bolsters, lacks good head support. The rear seats though are a little cramped but still offer more space than the likes of the Maruti Alto K10. The boot though, is quite spacious and has enough space for an average sized family’s holiday luggage.
In terms of technical specifications, the Hyundai Eon comes with two engine options. The 800cc engine is a three cylinder motor that offers 55PS of peak power and 75Nm of torque. On the other hand, the 1.0-litre motor is more powerful and offers 68PS of peak power and 94Nm of torque. The 1.0-litre three cylinder engine is very similar to the K10 engine found in the likes of the Alto. The engines offer mileage of 21.1 and 20.3kmpl respectively. The 800cc engine also comes with a factory fitted LPG option. Both engines are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Hyundai Eon goes up against the Tata Nano, the Maruti Suzuki Alto range, the Datsun Go and the Renault Kwid. The Eon is priced between Rs 3-4.5 lakh.
Hyundai EON Reviews
Hyundai EON User Reviews
By Archith on 17 Nov 2014After lots and lots of research I finally decided to buy Eon because of it"s boot space & looks. The dealer also suggested this for travelling long distances as I usually travel to Goa from Bangalore which is about 650 kms. I"m writing this review according to my experience. Looks : The best in it"s class. Seriously I never saw such...Read More...
By vikram on 04 Oct 2014This is a review based after deciding to purchase a 3rd vehicle for our family. We wanted a small vehicle which can run in the city and occasionally long drives. I had loved the eon at its launch itself but then had a lot of mixed reviews. I never liked the alto. I dont have anything against the car but i have been in alto of my relatives,...Read More...
By neeraj srivastva on 20 Feb 2013It is the best car in this class if you look at the design. As Indians we spend less and want more, so from that perspective I am quite satisfied with my Hyundai Eon Era Plus. Go for it without thinking a minute, otherwise you will have to settle for less inferior alternativesRead More...