Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

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Hyundai has upped the prices of the Grand i10 Nios by up to Rs 5,000. However, the Magna (Petrol) and Magna CE (Diesel) have been spared from this hike. The hatchback retails between Rs 5.23 lakh and Rs 8.45 lakh (ex-showroom).

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Price

The price of Hyundai Grand i10 Nios starts at Rs. 5.23 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 8.45 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Grand i10 Nios ranges between Rs. 5.23 Lakh to Rs. 7.87 Lakh. The prices of Grand i10 Nios diesel variants start at Rs. 7.15 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 8.45 Lakh. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios is available in 17 variants and 8 different colours.

Grand i10 Nios Specifications

There are two engine options on offer: a 1.2-litre diesel (75PS/190Nm) and a 1.2-litre Kappa petrol (83PS/114Nm). Both engines are mated to either a 5-speed manual or an AMT. But if you want more oomph, Hyundai will sell you the Nios Turbo which uses the Venue-sourced 1.0-litre T-GDI engine pushing out 100PS and 172Nm, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. You also have the option of CNG with the 1.2-litre petrol engine. The Nios comes with a boot space of 260 litres while the ground clearance is rated at 167mm.

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Variants

The diesel is available in three variants: Magna, Sportz, and Asta. The petrol comes in seven variants: Era MT, Magna MT, Magna AMT, Sportz MT, Sportz AMT, Sportz MT dual-tone, and Asta MT. The CNG option is only available in Magna and Sportz, while the Turbo is only available in Sportz and Sportz Dual-Tone.

Grand i10 Nios Features

Some notable features are automatic climate control, 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, rear ac vents, wireless charging, Arkamys sound system, and a 5.0-inch digital cluster with MID. Safety is taken care of by dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking camera, and sensors.

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Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Price List in India

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Grand i10 Nios Era
20.7 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.23 Lakh
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Grand i10 Nios Magna
20.7 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.99 Lakh
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Grand i10 Nios Sportz
20.7 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 6.61 Lakh
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20.7 Kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
Rs. 6.62 Lakh
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Editor's View of Hyundai Grand i10 Nios

  • Upside

    Great build quality and interior fit and finish. It is well equipped with a lot of segment first features. Both the petrol and the diesel get an automatic gearbox option.

  • Downside

    Base and mid variants miss out on basic features like rear headrests and rear wiper.

Grand i10 Nios Detailed Review

The Grand i10 has held its ground against its many rivals, chiefly the Maruti Suzuki Swift, thanks to its more approachable and well-rounded nature. The Grand, you could be sure, would be appreciated by every family member and disliked by none. Has the Grand i10’s personality changed as it goes millennial hunting with the new generation Nios? Could it bully the Swift around now? Interestingly, Nios means more in Irish, and Hyundai is charging more for it, but what do you get more with the Nios?


In pictures you might consider the Nios’ design to be an evolution of the Santro. But in the flesh, it proves to be anything but. The strong lines on the hood, the sharply cut headlamps, and 20mm of additional width over the previous Grand i10 give a sense of stature and class to its face. The large cascading grille and the arrow-head style LED DRLs add to the sense of width and the funkiness of the design. The new projector headlamps and fog lamps don’t use LEDs, but they sharpen the face further, but these are only available with the top end Asta variant.

Viewed from the side the connection to the Grand i10 is hard to miss. It does look stretched and that’s no surprise; after all, nose to tail, it is longer by 40mm and its wheelbase is also longer by 25mm. What will grab your attention here is the floating roof. The blacked out C-pillar with the ‘gi10’ badging on it distinguishes it from its predecessor. The new 15” diamond-cut alloy wheels, a first for the Grand, give it some added swag, but these are only available with the top end Asta variant. The Sportz will make do with 14” alloys.

Make your way around to the rear and you’ll find that the Grand’s softly-rounded look has been replaced for a more crisp look. But the sharply creased tail gate draws a very strong connect to the Tata Tiago. The addition of LED elements in the tail lamps would have helped increase the wow-factor. So while the Nios looks more distinctive, the rear and side profiles could do with a bit more of the wow factor to match the front end treatment.

High on Style

Chic is one of the best words to describe the cabin. There is a sense of tactility, from the patterns on the dashboard and the texture for the fabric seats to the design of the doorpads that feels tasteful, comforting and welcoming. What cements the experience is the quality of materials and the finish. The steering wheel for instance looks like it belongs in a luxury car. The stitching for the leather, the plastic quality and silver finish make it look very rich. While the seat’s lighter colours are likely to require more upkeep, you do have the option of a black cabin with contrasting red elements for a sporty look and less upkeep too.

There are thoughtful touches too, like the cooled glovebox and the shelf on the dashboard to stow phones or wallets. This is aside from the cup and phone holder between the front seats and the large door pockets on all four doors.

Family Friendly

In terms of space Hyundai claims that the Nios offers more backseat space than the Maruti Suzuki Swift, despite being smaller than it. While that claim will have to be validated, one thing is for sure, the Nios will is spacious here. By angling the seatbase the Nios offers great under-thigh support, and along with generous amounts of knee room and headroom even taller passengers will find a comfortable seating position easily.

While the flat seat base will make it easier to accommodate a middle passenger, the Nios, like previous Grands, will require some amount of friendliness amongst the backseat occupants. Thankfully the stretched-out daylight opening makes the cabin feel airy and the rear air-con vents will make it comfy. Disappointingly, a headrest for the middle passenger is missing and adjustable headrests are available only on the top end Asta variant. In terms of boot space the Nios offers 260 litres of storage, which can be expanded by folding the second row down. Sadly, the rear seats aren’t split to increase flexibility.

Loaded, right?

The Nios packs some amount of excitement in its features list. There’s a wireless charger for your phone and there’s also a rear view monitor, basically a feed from the reversing camera to help you check traffic behind you even while driving forward. This can be triggered via a customisable button next to the infotainment screen.

At 8 inches, the infotainment screen is larger than before and offers physical buttons on the side to make it easier to use while driving. Hyundai isn’t offering the Blue Link connected car tech on the Nios though. But you do get voice commands and basic infotainment connectivity through a phone-based app. The Arkamys-tuned sound system with a four-speaker setup offers decent audio quality at best. Like the touchscreen, automatic climate control and reversing camera are available on the top two variants, but rear aircon vents are available from the Magna variant too.There is a step up in terms of essential features as Hyundai is offering driver’s seat height adjustment, all-four power windows, electric mirror adjustment right from the Magna variant - which sits above the base Era variant.

Powered Up

The Nios is available with the same 1.2 litre petrol and diesel engines that we have seen earlier on the Grand i10. The petrol engine has been tweaked to make it BS6-compliant while the diesel is now BS6-ready. However, these engines make the same power and torque as before too. On the upside Hyundai claims better fuel efficiency, in all likelihood a result of the weight saving, to the tune of 30kg. Hyundai is also offering automatic transmissions on the diesel and petrol engines -- though this uses AMT technology, not torque converters.

As before, the diesel engine remains a peppy performer with a gravelly rumble. It pulls with such eagerness from low revs that you end up having to drive a gear lower to keep it in tune with the traffic around it. In the 2000-3500 rpm range the diesel pulls strongly, with power trailing off near the 4000rpm mark. So while it will cruise smoothly at 100kph, high speed overtakes will require a bit of planning.

But if you are in the mood for some high speed moves, the petrol engine will interest you. This Kappa2 engine enjoys being revved hard, building a bit more punch as you get closer to the redline. Its smoothness and slight rasp from the engine only makes it more fun. However, at really low revs, you do wish it had a bit more punch to make the urban commute more snappy without having to resort to gear changes.

Taking it Easy

The AMT system offered on the Nios was developed in-house at Hyundai and debuted on the Santro. The focus of the system is on delivering a smooth and enjoyable driving experience. On both petrol and diesel, when driven at a normal pace, gear changes weren’t even perceptible! Yes, on an AMT. Even when rushed, the shift quality did not deteriorate and result in the “head-nod” that is associated with AMTs. Instead, the gearbox takes just a bit longer, but delivers a more refined experience.

On our brief drive the petrol AMT felt calm and relaxing, and if you are in a hurry you could use the gear lever to control the gearshift. On the practical front, the petrol AMT delivers a company-claimed 20.5kmpl whereas the outgoing 4-speed automatic delivered 17.5kmpl. The diesel AMT’s performance felt more prompt to drive, no doubt the torque helping mask the AMT’s careful attitude. This can also be seen in the fuel efficiency, which at 26.2kpl is unchanged from the manual.

Everybody Can Groove

The one thing that cements the Nios’s character is its dynamics. It can actually be enjoyed when driven in a spirited fashion. The chassis feels confident and unflustered for the most part. This helps improve the experience of travelling at high speed over long distances. While the steering follows your instructions obediently, a bit more feel from it would have raised the driving experience tremendously. The Nios delivers a richer driver experience but not at the expense of ride comfort. It soaks up potholed roads without getting flustered, although there is just a hint of softness from the rear suspension. But this isn’t something that will worry you, unlike on older Hyundais.


The Grand i10 Nios is available with dual airbags, ABS with EBD, seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, rear parking sensors and emergency stop signal as standard. Speed-sensitive door locks and impact-sensing door unlock systems are also available on all variants except for the base Era variant.

Where the Nios misses out is safety features for the rear occupants. There are no ISOFIX anchor points, the middle occupant doesn’t get a headrest and adjustable headrests are available only on the top end Asta variant. Sadly even the wash-wipe system for the rear windscreen is available only on the Asta. The platform has become safer as it now makes extensive use of advanced high-strength steel, which has increased stiffness and strength.


The Nios is available in 4 trims: Era, Magna Sportz and Asta. The Era trim is only available with the petrol engine and manual gearbox combination. This is an extremely bare basic variant which is best ignored. The Magna trim is quite well equipped and makes for a good value proposition. It is available with petrol and diesel engine options, although the automatic transmission is only with the petrol. The Sportz variant, especially with the AMT transmission, offers a fair amount of kit. However, in this variant, diesel is only available with the AMT transmission. In the top end Asta variant, AMT is not available with the petrol or diesel engines. This variant packs in a few extra wow features like smartkey and engine start-stop button and a wireless charger for smartphones. It also has a few essentials like rear wipe and wash, and adjustable rear headrests for the rear occupants.


Except for a few niggles in terms of its feature list and variant wise equipment, the Hyundai delivers on its promise. If the style quotient at the rear matched up to the face, the Nios would have had a much stronger presence. Other than that the new Nios packs more on just about every front. From features, space and convenience to cabin experience and comfort, the Nios is more welcoming and distinctive. Yes, the new Grand i10 may cost a bit more, but the Nios delivers value too. So, the Nios still feels like a familiar package, but it is more distinctive and likeable than before.

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Grand i10 Nios User Reviews

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  • 5.0

    Comfortable and small size car with smooth drive.It's ac is very good, It takes less time to cool entire car even in summer.Ground clearance is also moderate.

  • 4.0

    Very satisfying with my grand i10 nios sports dual tone.Must buy.Very happy with my car.

  • 5.0

    Good car this car budget or under interior space good space, Middle class family car very smooth and drive.

  • 3.0

    mileage is way lower than hyundai claim.Comfort lack because of the small tyre size.Performance wise is bit below par.

  • 4.0

    Car is good and most importantly in the budget.The interior looks great.Performance is a little sedated.Relaxed driving is required but cruises with stability in triple digit speeds upto 110 to 120 kmph.Wobbling is observed in corners after 100 kmph.Great family car in budget.

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  • 4.7

    I have used it for almost a month now and it has been a satisfactory purchase. Rear seats are inclined and some people especially elderly ladies might not feel comfortable(it might be only my mom too), but ride quality is great. super highway performance. in lower gears you can feel gear switch. as the car crossed 3rd gear then you will hardly feel any gear shifts. i am a novice driver and i am comfortable in riding. its my first car, so i cant compare with any other one's. no complaints from now with respect to build quality as its Hyundai its amazing.internals feel great, hassle free ride in bangalore. and believe me when i say, Sill board is one such junction which is nightmare for any driver, but in heavy traffic too, i hardly felt any problems, considering i only need to apply break occasionally.

  • 4.0

    I bought my NIOS in september already drive 2500+km max in highway. Its engine smoothness and sound quality is better than normal grand i10. I like dash board design. Its being ready BS VI its claimes almost 19 to 20kmpl on highway. In city its approx 15. I am forget to share my car model. Its Asta petrol. Feeling comfort and also feeling comfort in driving on long drives.Cons:-1. I am feeling a bit of lag while climbing hills like i went to Tirumala, Tirupathi2. Default Navigation is not provided by Hyundai we use them only with Android auto or Apple. If we have basic mobile its impossible of Navigation.3. Expensive. Its approx ORP is 8.7L.My overall rating is 3.5/5

  • 4.0

    I bought Grand I10 Nios on 16 February till now drived 860 km got good mileage of 22km/Ltr on highway with average speed between 70 to 80 but very poor mileage in city. I drived it in Kotdwar, Meerut and Dehradun with tank full after 600 km I came back my home and metre display was showing 40 more KM it can go so overall mileage was 17.2 Km/Ltr.Driving experience is good very silent cabin inside sometimes I got confused in the traffic car is off or on. I felt my neck pain while driving it after 2 or 3 hours I'm driving car since last 10 years but never got any problem. May be some seat adjustment would solve it.

  • 4.7

    At this price point, Hyundai is offering a lot. Seat comfort, upmarket cabin, space in cabin, decent boot space. Comparing this car with swift(Just because 99% of Indian's know swift pretty well) Cabin looks more premium, Plastic quality is way better than swift and most importantly the build quality is better than swift but don't forget swift wins the battle in Average fuel consumption.In my opinion fixed headrest is a downside of this car, which was not a deal break for me else everything is great.

  • 4.3

    its my first time car..i used most of the time in rural road 90% hilly area ... in hilly area with 2nd gear is the best things to climb no matter how high it is... those who said getting lag may b those using 4 or 5th gear in uphill those are nonsense ..there is no lag unless you used ac .. highway also good and drive like 65 to 70kmph again those who said powerless on highway are those nonsense squid whio wana drive at 200kmph speed then go get Lamborghini..

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Grand i10 nios Colours

  • Fiery Red
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  • Polar White Dual Tone
  • Titan Grey
  • Typhoon Silver
  • Aqua Teal Dual Tone
  • Aqua Teal
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Grand i10 Nios

Q. Is it equipped with touch screen infotaintment system?
  • Hyundai Grand i10 Nios comes equipped with an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
Q. Wireless charging available in sportz cng?
  • Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Sportz CNG is not available with wireless phone charging.
Q. Can I change the halogen projector headlights of my NIOS to LED projector headlights
  • For this, we would suggest you have a word with the nearest authorized service centre of Hyundai in your city. As they may assist you better.
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Q. Which is better Tata Altroz and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios?
  • Okay Lets Compare 1. Price: Nios is a bit cheaper than Altroz and offers all the features which Altroz does Be it Touchscreen infotainment system, Digital cluster and many things.2. Engine: Both offers almost same power but Nios Kappa Engine is more refined. 3. Style: No need to say anything on this Altroz is much better than Nios is nterms of style be it interior or exterior, slight edge for Nios is that in mid variants hyundai offers Alloy wheels.4. Milage: Comparable, Almost similar. 5. Maintenance: Tata service has been questioned a lot, nO doubt they are improving, still Hyundai has more service center which gives you a choice or options.6. Comfort: My personal experience is that Altroz wins in drive comfort and Nios is seating comfort. Still Altroz wins here.7. Safety: Undoubtedly Altroz is more safe than Nios. Is you feels the same its 3:3 for both the product. Now its on you which side you fall.If you have a budget of Altroz please buy else Nios is a great package too.
  • Where are you deepak, gone are the days of tata indica, the refinement /noise issue is very minimal as they are fine tuning the engine from tiago, tigor to altroz , for the sake of little noise refinement levels, don't compromise on build quality, zst you see the kerb weights or strength of material used in tata tigor tiago nexon altroz with same segment rival cars, moreover they introused balancer shafts in these 3 cylinder engines to even more nullify the issues.. i20 got only 3 star crash test result, grandi10 cant score more than 2 star if it goes to global ncap crash tests, altorz comes with corner stability control, it has stiffer suspension than i10/i20 which makes the ride more comfortable.. correct me if iam wrong in any point..
  • New Hyundai i10 grand nios is best in segment because, it has more leg room at the rear passenger seat, good looking interior, it as more features than the other cars in this segment, engine is quiet refined and smooth. It has exciting features like wireless charging first in the segment, rear AC vents and many more. It is also the best city car and stable in highways. Grand i10 nios is better than Tata Altzos because it has more refined 4 cylinder engine while Altzos has 3 cylinder noisy engine. Fit and finished is excellent in the new Grand i10 nios. Value for money package.
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Q. Which colour is best for Grand i10 Nios Sportz ?
  • There are many good colours of nios but my personal preference is red as nios looks more sporty in red.,and it doesn't look dirty even when its full of dust and dirt
  • Titan Grey, White , Blue & my personal fav RED
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Q. How is the mileage of Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS in CNG?
  • Which second hand car options in best to buy (daily travel very less,best in mileage low on maintenance,low cost service,under 2-10 lakhs can suggest few option) as I am beginners in car driving in AMT/automatic transmission car only, above 175 cm ground clearance ?
  • Which car is best to operate/start electric or petrol when car parked in stand still position after specific time period (few days, 4+ weeks, 1-2 months) which is easy to start without any problems or fuss ?
  • I hv no idea for cng nios as I own petrol nios frm which im getting 19 to 20 kmpl in highways and 15-17 kmpl in town.
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Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 18.5 Km/Kg NA
Diesel Automatic 26.2 Kmpl NA
Diesel Manual 26.2 Kmpl 25 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 20.7 Kmpl 14 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 20.7 Kmpl 20 Kmpl

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Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Hyundai Grand i10 Nios
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 13,607
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Diesel (5 years) Rs. 18,129
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Grand i10 Nios FAQs

What is the price of Hyundai Grand i10 nios Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Hyundai Grand i10 nios is 8.45 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Hyundai Grand i10 nios?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hyundai Grand i10 nios is 20.7 - 26.2 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Grand i10 nios.

What is the EMI of Hyundai Grand i10 nios in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hyundai Grand i10 nios in Delhi is Rs. 10,129 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Hyundai Grand i10 nios?

The top 3 competitors of Hyundai Grand i10 nios are Renault Kiger, Maruti Swift and Tata Tiago.

What is the boot space in Hyundai Grand i10 nios?

The boot space in Hyundai Grand i10 nios is 260 L. View full specification of Grand i10 nios

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