Hyundai i20 Price
Hyundai i20 ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 6.8 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 11.18 Lakh. The top variant Hyundai i20 on road price is ₹ 13.1 Lakh*. Hyundai offers i20 in 13 variants
Elite i20 1.2 Magna Petrol
|₹ 6.8 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.2 Sportz Petrol
|₹ 7.6 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.2 Sportz CVT Petrol
|₹ 8.6 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.2 Asta Petrol
|₹ 8.7 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.0 Sportz Petrol
|₹ 8.8 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.2 Asta Option Petrol
|₹ 9.2 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.2 Asta CVT Petrol
|₹ 9.7 Lakh||1197 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.0 Asta Petrol
|₹ 9.9 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.0 Asta DCT Petrol
|₹ 10.67 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.0 Asta Option DCT Petrol
|₹ 11.18 Lakh||998 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.5 Magna Diesel
|₹ 8.2 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.5 Sportz Diesel
|₹ 9 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Elite i20 1.5 Asta Option Diesel
|₹ 10.6 Lakh||1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 0 Kmpl|
Hyundai i20 Price
|RTO Amount||₹ 59,491|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 7.69 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 66,491|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.58 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 75,241|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.69 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 76,116|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.8 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 76,991|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.91 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 80,491|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.36 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 84,866|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.92 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 86,616|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 11.14 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,33,362|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.5 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,39,737|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 13.1 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 71,741|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.25 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 78,741|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.14 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,32,487|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.42 Lakh|
Latest Update on i20
Hyundai India has launched the new-generation i20 in the country and prices start at Rs 6.80 lakh (ex-showroom India). The all-new Hyundai i20 is based on the K Platform and is longer, wider and has a longer wheelbase as well. Available in both petrol and diesel variants, the new i20 has a lot to offer. The prices for the petrol variants start at Rs 6.80 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 11.18 lakh. The diesel model costs Rs 8.20 lakh and tops out at Rs 10.60 lakh (ex-showroom India). The Hyundai i20 is available in 4 variants – Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O).
The Hyundai i20, comes with a new design which stands out. The Korean carmaker says that the new i20 has been designed keeping four elements in mind which are proportion, architecture, design, technology. The length of the car has grown by 10 mm and now stands at 3995mm, it's wider too by 41 mm, but the height remains unchanged. The wheelbase too has gone up by 10mm which translates into more space at the rear. In fact, Hyundai says that the rear leg room has gone up by 88 mm which is a big improvement over the previous car.
There are three engine options on the table - a 1.2-litre, naturally-aspirated petrol, a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. While a manual gearbox will be available with both the 1.2 petrol and 1.5 diesel, the 1.0 turbo will only get an intelligent manual transmission option. Both petrol engines will be available with an automatic gearbox as well, the 1.2 petrol will have a CVT (IVT in Hyundai-speak), while the 1.0 turbo will have a 7-speed DCT. The 1.2-litre petrol belts out 87 bhp and 115 Nm on the IVT version, while the manual produces 82 bhp and 115 Nm. The 1.5-litre diesel pushes out 99 bhp and 240 Nm. But the most powerful is the 1-litre turbo petrol which punches out 118 bhp and 172 Nm of peak torque.
Hyundai claims an ARAI certified fuel efficiency figure of 20.25 kmpl on the 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine. Meanwhile, the 1.2-litre Kappa manual returns 20.35 kmpl, while the IVT version returns 19.65 kmpl. Lastly, the 1.5-litre diesel returns 25.2 kmpl on the new i20.
The Hyundai i20 comes packed to the gills with features and a bunch of segment first features as well. It comes with Bluelink connectivity now, which makes it a connected car, the first in the segment. There are 50 features that are on offer and yes, we've seen this on the Verna, Creta, Elantra and many other cars from the Hyundai stable. It comes with rear AC vents, climate control, Apple Carplay, Android Auto and even a sunroof, which is a first in segment feature offering.
The cabin receives a massive update. The dual-tone treatment, the leatherette upholstery, the contrast stitching, all show how premium the i20 has become. There is a new digital instrument cluster as well and the cool animation, and a TFT screen with plenty of information - including tyre pressure monitoring. Taking centre stage on the dashboard is that 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The touchscreen sits above the central AC vents, which are incorporated into the horizontal blades that stretch all the way to the other end of the dashboard. There are some physical switches and buttons for essential functions mounted lower on the centre console, and there's wireless charging as well.
User Reviews on Hyundai i20
Hyundai i20 Expert Review
Exterior The new i20 is a little bigger then the last one but in terms of proportion it's very different when you look at it. But let's put numbers to it. The length is up by 10 mm at 3995 mm, it's wider by 41 mm but the height remains the same. You might think it looks smaller and that's because I said things are disproportionate in it. We have got this massive grill up front all modern and nice. The styling is edgy and the company offers different patterns on different engine types. The 1.2 petrol gets the same but all black and there's no chrome option available which is good. Viewed in profile, you feel that the car is closer to the ground, squatting in fact, but it really isn't that, but there's a chrome strip that you see running on the side of the car.
The cabin is sophisticated and modern. The dashboard is design is clean but it's the AC vents are the bits where we have a problem. The pattern continues across the dash and there's not doubt it looks modern and something that a European car would have. But here in India can you imagine all the dust which will go and sit in there? Now cleaning that will be a nightmare. But other than this, the cabin is a great place to be in. The steering wheel comes straight out of the Creta, which is great, because, it is compact and absolutely fits the bill, especially on a compact car like the i20. The digital instrument cluster looks great too and yes, there's some resemblance to BMW in there but the graphics and the overall package, is pretty intriguing. On a single tone colour variant what you get is black seats with copper stitching and copper accents on the AC vents while in the dual tone variant gets red inserts on the seats and AC vents and few other places inside the cabin. And of course, what's going to be the big crowd puller, is the sunroof which is only available only in the top-spec version.
But taking centre stage is that 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It is basically transplanted from the Creta and yes, very responsive. It offers a laundry list of features like a 7 speaker Bose sound system which attaches a premiumness to the car. It sounds great, it's a little mid heavy but you even get the woofer in the boot.Of course the i20 gets Apple Carplay and Android Auto but Hyundai has also packed it in with Bluelink technology. Yes, the i20 is a connected car. You get geofence for the car, you can remotely unlock it, you can turn it on, you can turn on the AC remotely, you can also access the smart SOS service, all of it at the touch of a button and that's a first in segment.
So we got to drive the 1.5-litre diesel and the 1-litre turbo petrol model. Let's start with the diesel then. It's a good move from Hyundai to transition to this 1.5 diesel engine in the BS6 phase of things.It's very refined, it's great on power. It's nice and sporty, in fact, the performance you get from this engine is extremely satisfying. The 1-litre turbo petrol puts out 118 bhp making it the most powerful premium hatchback in the segment.Well, it doesn't disappoint. The 1-litre turbo is available only with the intelligent Manual transmission (IMT) and the 7-speed Dual clutch unit. What we got to drive is the DCT and yes, initial acceleration is a bit disappointing but it has a strong mid-range, but this one also has a sports mode and once you shift into it, there is a sense of urgency which makes it fun to drive. You would want to drive it in that mode, but it may take a toll on efficiency though Hyundai says that this one returns economy figures of more than 20 kmpl and that's impressive!
Ride And Handling
It will deal fantastically well on broken roads, the ride is well balanced and nothing disturbs you inside the cabin. Even the NVH levels are in check. The i20 glides over everything that the road throws at you, but you have to be careful about the deeper ones. The steering feel too could have been a bit more engaging but the brakes feel extremely spongy and do not have the bite you'd want to them.
The petrol i20 is launched at an introductory price of Rs. 6.80 lakh but when compared to segment leader Maruti Suzuki Baleno, it is more expensive by Rs. 1.16 lakh for the base variant, while it undercuts the Glanza by Rs. 21,000. It's also more expensive than the Honda Jazz and the Volkswagen Polo. But what about when compared to the Altroz? Both petrol and diesel variants of the Altroz are less expensive than the i20. The top-end petrol is nearly Rs. 1.81 lakh cheaper while the diesel is Rs. 1.51 lakh more affordable.
Pros & Cons of i20
Premium hatchback offers variety of engine options
More features on offer
Now a connected car
More expensive than rivals
Brakes lack bite
Steering feel could have been better
Final Verdict on i20
With all the features it has to offer, it sets itself apart in that department, and that turbo engine makes it a pocket rocket for sure. It ticks all the right boxes in the ride and handling department, but is that enough to stay ahead in that segment? We think, it's enough to call it the new benchmark!
Hyundai i20 Specifications
|Engine CC||998/1197/1493 cc|
|Max Power||111/118/134/161 bhp|
|Max Torque||113/115/240 Nm|
Hyundai i20 Features
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Hyundai i20 Colors
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Calculate EMI for i20
Loan Amount₹ 6,12,000
Interest Payable₹ 67,900
Total loan payment₹ 6,79,900