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Hyundai i20

Hyundai i20 is a 5 seater hatchback car with petrol engine only. Hyundai i20 is priced from Rs. 7.04 Lakh to Rs. 11.20 Lakh and has 3 star safety rating. It is available in 8 colours and 13 variants. i20 is a fuel efficient car and it's ARAI mileage is 20 kmpl. The car is offered with 1.2 liter petrol engine. i20 is mostly compared with Mahindra XUV 3XO, Maruti Baleno and Maruti Swift based on price and specs.

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Rs. 7.04 - 11.20 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
i20 On Road Price
Base Model
  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 7.04 Lakh
  • RTORs. 63,396
  • InsuranceRs. 37,952
  • On-RoadRs. 8.05 Lakh
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Hyundai i20 Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine1197 CC
  • Power86.76bhp@6000rpm
  • Torque114.7Nm@4200rpm
  • TransmissionManual / Automatic
  • Mileage16 - 20 Kmpl
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • AirbagsDriver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Length3995*1775*1505 mm^3
  • Safety Rating3 star
Specifications

Hyundai i20 Latest Updates

Hyundai has updated its entire lineup, making 6 airbags standard across all models. The refreshed hatchback is now more accessible, courtesy of a new entry-level Era variant. It gets new LED headlamps, a front grille similar to the Verna, redesigned bumpers, and a new Amazon Grey colour option. Inside, the cabin has been updated with a black/grey colour scheme. And its safety features get bolstered with a more standard safety kit. Lastly, the 1-litre turbo-petrol engine has been ditched.

Features of Hyundai i20 : The feature list comprises a 10.25-inch infotainment system supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 7-speaker Bose sound system, connected car technology, a voice-enabled electric sunroof, C-type USB charger, wireless phone charging, cruise control, automatic climate control, and a digitised instrument cluster. In terms of safety, it includes 6 airbags and electronic stability control as standard, along with ABS with EBD, parking sensors, and a rearview camera.

Hyundai i20 Engine : The Hyundai i20 comes with a 1.2-litre petrol engine, generating up to 88PS and 114Nm. The engine can be paired with either a 5-speed MT or a CVT. The Hyundai i20 is 3995mm long, 1775mm wide, 1505mm tall, and its wheelbase is 2580mm.

Hyundai i20 Rivals : The Hyundai i20 locks horns with the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, and Tata Altroz.

Hyundai i20 Variants : 5 broad variants of the 2023 Hyundai i20 are Era, Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta(O). Colour options for the i20 include Amazon Grey, Atlas White, Titan Gray, Typhoon Silver, Starry Night, and Fiery Red. The dual-tone options include Atlas White and Fiery Red with a black roof colour.

Hyundai i20 Safety Rating : The i20 has scored a 3 star safety rating in NCAP crash tests.

Hyundai i20 Price

Hyundai i20 base model ex-showroom price starts from Rs. 7.04 Lakh and the top model ex-showroom price goes upto Rs. 11.20 Lakh. The price of i20 automatic starts at Rs. 9.42 Lakh onwards.
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i20 Era

16 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
More than 2 months waiting
Rs. 7.04 Lakh
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i20 Magna

16 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
More than 2 months waiting
Rs. 7.74 Lakh
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i20 Sportz

16 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
More than 2 months waiting
Rs. 8.37 Lakh
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Hyundai i20 comparison with similar cars

Hyundai i20 Pros and Cons

i20 Advantages

Well built & premium interior, loaded with segment-first features, wide range of engines/transmissions to choose from

i20 Disadvantages

Tall users will want more front headroom, higher variants priced at a premium over rivals.

i20 Expert's Conclusion

The new Hyundai i20 doesn’t just offer loads of new tech, it also works better as a family car than before.

Hyundai i20 Expert Review

It’s a big deal to see so many engines, transmissions and features offered with one car. More so when we’re talking about a mass market hatchback. So it comes as no surprise that the 2020 Hyundai i20 was making its headlines for all the right reasons -- right up until the price announcement.

With the top models commanding an on-road price of around/over Rs 13 lakh on road, many consider the new i20 to be too expensive. Can a day’s drive change that perspective?

Hot & Spicy

Sporty, chiseled or young, there are many words that come to mind when you first look at the new i20. However, big isn’t one of those words. Technically, there’s no major difference in the car’s size vs its rivals but it is lower down on height. Something like the Honda Jazz would strike you as larger at first glance.

However, the i20 is the widest car in the segment and that’s in the interest of giving it this hot hatch-like stance - low and wide with a bonnet that sharply swoops down.

Dimensions

New i20

Elite i20

Jazz

Baleno/Glanza

Altroz

Length

3995mm

3985mm

3989mm

3995mm

3990mm

Width

1775mm

1734mm

1694mm

1745mm

1755mm

Height

1505mm

1505mm

1544mm

1510mm

1523mm

Wheelbase

2580mm

2570mm

2530mm

2520mm

2501mm

Many would argue “Why not get a Venue instead?,” the assumption being SUV stance = bigger car, but the i20’s as long as the Venue, is wider and even has a bigger wheelbase.

The big difference between this and the Elite i20 is in the attitude. The new car’s a lot more in your face. Just take a look at the 16-inch alloys, LED projector headlamps, LED DRLs or LED tail lamps. It’s evidently high on flash without using chrome as a crutch. Even the tail lamps have a Harry Potter’s scar like ‘Z’ lighting pattern, so you won’t mistake it for anything else from behind.

Looks Can Deceive

Preconceived notions are hard to evade sometimes. Even this author assumed that this’d be another case of “4 seater at best.” However, the new i20 puts its width to good use and it actually does work well as a 5-seater even for adults. The leg space is good too and at 6.5ft, I was able to sit behind someone 6ft in height.

Does the low height play spoilsport? Not at the rear at least, because the roof liner has been scooped out and even taller occupants have usable headroom. Even with the all-black interior, there’s a good sense of space at the rear, due credit to the wide glass area, including the rear quarter glass.

There are some cons, though, some which would’ve been easy fixes. For one, roomy as the rear row is, the view facing forward gets sandwiched between the tall infotainment panel and interior rearview mirror. Some misses like the lack of cupholders in the rear armrest or the missing middle headrest seem easily avoidable, especially when you clearly aren’t positioning the car as the budget pick in its class.

The front row experience is what matters most and Hyundai has clearly put some effort into this. This new dashboard design isn’t as subtle as the Elite i20’s and, much like the exterior, is funky and, perhaps, a little risky. The good news is that even with this funky design, the ergonomics are still a strong point. Even the fit and finish quality is premium (if not rich) and it makes the cabin a nice place to be in. 

What complements this are the touches derived from bigger Hyundais, like the Verna’s digital instrument cluster or the Creta-inspired steering design. Thankfully, the steering is tilt and reach adjustable as standard while a height adjustable driver’s seat shows up in all but the base Magna variant.

FYI - The i20 gets full leatherette seats but only with the turbo petrol versions

The adjustable steering in particular goes a long way in making the front seat tall people-friendly but there are some height related roadblocks. Anyone around or over 6ft in height will want more headroom, at least in the sunroof equipped models. The roofliner is low enough that you can’t remove the adjustable front headrests until the backrest has been reclined. Additionally, using the sunvisor gets difficult for the vertically gifted since it eats into your view out.

There are also some annoyances like the lack of markings or backlighting for any of the power windows switches, save for the driver’s, or the lack of a vanity mirror for the driver. Even the door armrests could do with some soft touch plastics or leatherette padding (a la Venue) to make the cabin feel richer.

Festive Crackers

Diwali came early for the new i20 and it went on a gizmo shopping spree to make sure the title of ‘most feature loaded’ can't be contested.

Highlights:

  • There’s the 10.25 inch touchscreen (8-inch screen for Sportz) that’s shared with the Sonet but uses the Creta’s interface. It’s very fluid to use with no notable lag while switching through the different menus/features. You’ll need to get used to all the menu options but it doesn’t take much time to figure out. No physical buttons unfortunately.

  • It also gets Android Auto & Apple CarPlay. Both these features can be wirelessly operated only with the 8-inch screen that’s seen in the i20 Sportz grade.

  • There’s a 7-speaker BOSE music system that includes a subwoofer. The ‘BOSE factor’ really comes to life only when you turn the volume up nice and loud.

  • Sunroof 

  • Wireless phone charger with a cooling vent (Convenient but not the quickest charge option)

  • Digital instrument cluster

  • Air purifier with an AQI display

  • BlueLink connected car tech

  • Smart key with push button start

  • Auto AC with rear AC vents

  • Cruise control

The safety package is also class leading with 6 airbags, highline TPMS (pressure per tyre displayed on the MID), ABS with EBD, stability control and hill start assist on offer. But there are some oddities here. Rear parking sensors come as standard but even the top version gets only two. Also, ISOFIX mounts are offered only in the fully loaded Asta (O). Projector fog lamps and rear AC vents come as standard but not this?

The Fireworks

Engine

1.2 litre petrol, 4 cylinder

1.0 litre turbo petrol, 3 cylinder

1.5 litre diesel, 4 cylinder

Transmission

5-speed manual / CVT

6-speed iMT / 7-speed DCT

6-speed manual

Power

83PS/88PS (MT/CVT)

120PS

100PS

Torque

114Nm

172Nm

240Nm

Claimed Fuel Efficiency

21kmpl/19.65kmpl (MT/CVT)

20kmpl/20.28kmpl (iMT/DCT)

25kmpl

The engines and transmissions give the i20 different personalities, each with their pros and cons.

1.0 Turbo DCT

This is a big differentiator for the i20, at least until Tata introduces the Altroz turbo DCT. It’s a familiar engine that we’ve experienced in the Venue/Sonet and the mannerisms don’t change by much. It’s a 3 cylinder motor but refinement levels are good. A little thrummy, sure, but the engine note is actually nice to hear.

There is some slight initial lag that you will notice especially in crawl city traffic or while reversing up an incline. There is a bit of learning curve to be precise with how much throttle you need to dial in at low speeds but you can figure it out quickly.

Where this engine comes to life is when you push it. It’s very eager to make the speedometer climb past 100kmph (Hyundai claims a 9.9 second 0-100kmph sprint time) and lets you use higher revs well too. Slip the transmission into manual and it’ll auto upshift only around 6500rpm, which is great especially for a turbo petrol.

The transmission complements the engine really well too. Gear shifts are almost imperceptible whether you’re just commuting or going gung ho. What’s really appreciable is how smooth even aggressive downshifts are, wherein the powertrain rev matches precisely to control any shift shock.

However, like we’ve experienced before, in the interest of longevity, it’s not as aggressive as say the VW Polo DSG. Slam the throttle and there is a slight wait before kickdown. Make no mistake, it is quick, just a little conservatively tuned for a twin clutch box. It would be great to see paddle shifters here just to add that extra bit of control that’d make the performance even more enjoyable.

1.5 Diesel MT

Fire it up and the first thing you notice here is how well the cabin insulation counters the engine noise. Yes, you can tell it’s a diesel but vibes are very well controlled and the engine, while audible, doesn’t sound coarse or crude.

The turbo lag is more noticeable here than in the turbo petrol and it’s only around 2000rpm that it gets into its stride. That said, there is usable performance for city commutes before the turbo kicks in. The gear changes are petrol car-smooth and the shift action is light as well. This powertrain will prove to be a good cruiser with 100kmph seeing the engine ticking over at around 1800rpm.

While 100PS/240Nm are strong figures for a car of this size, this isn’t an engine designed for straight line sprinting. It’s aimed towards offering competence for long haul cruising and driving around with a full passenger load.

1.2 Petrol MT

The naturally aspirated petrol is for the easy going driver. The BS6 update hasn’t changed the nature of this engine and it prefers a relaxed driving style. It’s still the commuter pick of the lot and doesn’t get particularly punchy or exciting even if you rev it all the way. It falls in somewhere between the Altroz and Baleno/Glanza when it comes to performance and usability, while taking top trumps for refinement.

Take The Wheel

The ride quality is slightly on the firmer side, and this is more noticeable in the turbo petrols. You can feel potholes when you hit them but it's one quick dunk and then it settles immediately with no bounciness on the recovery.

We even drove the i20 over some gravel laden and damaged roads. While we could feel the surface vibrations, we weren’t being tossed about in the cabin. Even the road noise was controlled nicely. What we would’ve liked is for the ride to be just a little more planted at speeds above 100kmph. Something like the VW Polo feels more compliant at high speeds. Basically, it works well for daily commutes, even with bad roads and intercity touring, so long as you stick to sane speeds.

With the turbo petrol coming into the picture, the new i20 is in hot hatch territory. It has more power/torque than even the JTP twins! However, it is a neutral handler. The steering is quick enough to enjoy some fast corners and curves, but there is no feedback to speak of. The brakes are also typically Hyundai. They feel spongy and the initial bite is milder than it would be in any rival, so you do end up dialing in more braking input than you’d expect.

It's very balanced in that sense but while the performance is hot hatch-like, the handling and ride package is tuned more towards ease of use than outright excitement. It’s about offering more fun for the regular driver than pleasing the petrolhead.

It’s Not That Simple

Hyundai’s certainly pushed expectations from the segment ahead by offering more features and more choice with the drive options, while improving on the basic need of space and practicality. But you can’t push the boundaries without pushing the cost ahead as well.

Prices (Ex-Showroom)

Magna

Sportz

Asta

Asta (O)

1.2 Petrol MT

Rs 6.80 lakh

Rs 7.60 lakh

Rs 8.70 lakh

Rs 9.20 lakh

1.2 Petrol CVT

-

Rs 8.60 lakh

Rs 9.70 lakh

-

1.0 Turbo iMT

-

Rs 8.80 lakh

Rs 9.90 lakh

-

1.0 Turbo DCT

-

-

Rs 10.67 lakh

Rs 11.18 lakh

1.5 Diesel MT

Rs 8.20 lakh

Rs 9 lakh

-

Rs 10.60 lakh

If you just want a decently loaded family hatchback with a reasonable amount of frills and gizmos, there are more VFM options available. If you want that next class equipment, then the 1.2 petrol and 1.5 diesel command a reasonable premium for several added features you get, while the turbo petrol combines that with more drive sophistication and excitement. 

A hiccup for many isn’t that this is an expensive car, it’s that it’s an expensive hatchback. And that may not have the emotional edge of a sedan or SUV. When you change your perception of what you think a hatchback can be is when you realize that the new i20 can really be all the car you’d need and want.

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    Driving experience

    I have this car sports model.The car drives good, Driving experience is nice.But lacks highway performance during overtakes, Handling is good enough but not like the germans, Mileage 12 around in city and around 16-17 in highways.Build quality is decent.Best car for persons of city use and sometime on highway.

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    This madrchoddd zigwheels

    This madrchoddd zigwheels forced me to review in exchange of 1000 rupees voucher on amazon but bettiichodffd didn't give me any

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  • It's a nice car the look

    It's a nice car the look is good and the future is also nice very smooth attractive best car for middle class person and the performance is very awesome

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  • I'm driving i20 Asta Automatic

    I'm driving i20 asta automatic for the past 2 years, And it's a great car to choose among that segment.

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    Best car in the world pickup and safety also good and hyundai made better quality

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  • Long journey

    Car is very comfortable for long journey.Handling is smooth.Gear shifts are effortless.Maintenance is not costly.

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Engine 1197 CC 1197 CC 1197 CC 1199 CC 1197 - 1498 CC 1197 CC 1197 CC 998 - 1493 CC 1199 - 1497 CC
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Petrol / Diesel Petrol / CNG Petrol / CNG Diesel / Petrol CNG / Diesel / Petrol
Transmission Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic
Mileage 16 - 20 Kmpl 24.8 - 25.75 Kmpl 22.35 Kmpl - 30.61 Km/Kg 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg 17.96 - 20.1 Kmpl 16 Kmpl - 27 Km/Kg 19.2 Kmpl - 27.1 Km/Kg - 18.05 - 23.64 Kmpl
Power 86.76bhp@6000rpm 80.46bhp@5700rpm 88.50bhp@6000rpm 86.63bhp@6000rpm 109.96bhp@5000rpm 81.80bhp@6000rpm 81.80bhp@6000rpm 114bhp@4000rpm 86.83bhp@6000rpm

Hyundai i20 Colours

Hyundai i20 car is available in 8 exciting colours options like Fiery Red With Abyss Black, Amazon Grey, Typhoon Silver, Titan Grey, Starry Night, Atlas White With Abyss Black, Atlas White and Fiery Red.
  • Fiery Red With Abyss Black
  • Amazon Grey
  • Typhoon Silver
  • Titan Grey
  • Starry Night
  • Atlas White With Abyss Black
  • Atlas White
  • Fiery Red

Hyundai i20 Mileage

The mileage of Hyundai i20 starts from 16 Kmpl to 20 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of i20 Petrol Manual is 16 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of i20 Petrol is 20 Kmpl.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed
Petrol Automatic 20 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 16 Kmpl

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying i20

Q. What is the price of the Hyundai i20?
  • The Hyundai i20 is priced from INR 6.99 - 11.16 Lakh (Ex-showroom Price in New Delhi). You may click on the given link and select your city accordingly for the estimated on-road price.
Q. What is the expected launch date?
  • The Hyundai i20 has already been launched and it is available for sale in the Indian market.
Q. What is the launch date of the Hyundai i20 2024?
  • As of now there is no official update from the brands end. So, we would request you to wait for official announcement. However, it is expected to launch in January 2024.

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Hyundai i20 FAQs

What is the price of top model of Hyundai i20?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai i20 is 11.20 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Hyundai i20 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai i20 in Delhi is Rs. 13,626 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai i20?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai i20 are Maruti Swift, Maruti Baleno and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.

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