|Popular Variants||On-Road Price*in Delhi-NCR|
Magna 1.2 MtBASE VARIANT
|₹ 7.95 Lakh|
Sportz 1.2 Mt
|₹ 8.94 Lakh|
Sportz 1.2 Mt Dual Tone
|₹ 9.36 Lakh|
Asta 1.2 Mt
|₹ 9.90 Lakh|
Sportz 1.0 Turbo Imt
|₹ 10.04 Lakh|
The 2020 Hyundai i20 is not just a facelift, it’s a new car altogether. Having impressed Indian buyers with their previous models, Hyundai had a herculean task on their hands with their competitors catching up with them in the hatchback segment. This was to maintain a certain dominance within the Indian auto market as well as maintain the trust that they had spent 2 decades building. The 2020 i20, when compared to the previous i20 models, feels completely different. There is no element that resembles the earlier i20s. Its stunning looks alone can make a potential customer want to know more about this hatchback.
|No. of Airbags||6|
|Clutch & Gears||4/5|
|Pros||A stylish hatchback, unlike any we have seen in the Indian market||Unique and distinctive exterior features||Refined engine and suspension||Revamped interiors|
|Cons||Jerky transmission makes low-end driving unpleasant, especially in traffic jams||The interior looks too plasticky and monochrome||The door might feel too light to handle, shuts with an unpleasant thud|
"Much spacious for a family as compared to Tata Baleno and Tata Altroz, however, the build is not as strong as that of Altroz, and mileage is lesser than that of Baleno."
"Everything is top-notch, except the build quality. The engine is refined and there is almost no noise in the cabin. Hyundai has imbued the hatchback with features and for a hatchback the cabin is comfortably roomy for 5 adults."
"Looks amazing. Best hatchback in India. It has the best features and all of them are very user-friendly. The rear seat space is decent for 3 passengers, and interiors feel premium. The 1.0 litre turbo engine is very refined and delivers a sporty performance with the help of a super agile DCT transmission."
"As far as enjoyment is concerned, it’s the best premium hatchback in the Indian automobile market. The turbo engine feels explosive and DCT transmission makes it even sportier. The peppy performance becomes far more enjoyable due to comfortable seating and the fabulous sound system."
"The car is okey-dokey. Overall fun is good since Hyundai has equipped it with too many features and refined engine. However, the thud of door-closing tells the story of mediocre build quality – it's not as satisfying as that of Altroz."
The average EMI for the Hyundai i20 is Rs. 7,000 to 12,000 depending upon the car loan provider, interest rate and loan repayment tenure.
Automatic variants of the Hyundai i20 include: Sportz IVT, Sportz Turbo DCT, Asta (O) IVT, Asta (O) IVT DT, Asta (O) Turbo DCT, and Asta (O) Turbo DCT DT.
The most selling colours of the Hyundai i20 are Polar White and Fiery Red which are also available in dual tones.
The ARAI claimed mileage of the Hyundai i20 is 25 kmpl for the diesel manual, 21 kmpl for the petrol manual and 20.28 kmpl for the petrol automatic.
The i20 is available in five colours: Typhoon Silver, Titan Grey, Starry Night, Polar White and Fiery Red. Amongst these, Polar White and Fiery Red are available in dual-tone options as well.
The Hyundai i20 is a feature-rich premium hatchback that offers segment-best features , spacious interiors, and great reliability. The three engine options available for the i20 are reliable and efficient, ensuring an exciting driving experience.
In the premium hatchback segment, both the Hyundai i20 and Maruti Baleno are equally capable cars. While the Baleno offers better fuel efficiency, the i20 provides premium features as well as multiple powertrain options to choose from.