New Hyundai I20 Quotes

Performance

Available with a choice of 2 petrol and 2 diesel engines there will be an engine suitable for any specification, and the entry level 1.2-litre petrol will impress from the off with an output of 83bhp. The 1.2-litre will sit alongside its Ford Fiesta rival as they are both capable of the 0-60mph sprint in around 12 seconds and have similar top speeds, however, the i20 makes for a much smoother and quieter drive making its performance more comfortable. If it’s preferable to have an automatic gearbox, the only i20 in the range to have one is the 1.4-litre petrol, which has more power but offers much the same performance as the 1.2-litre. To test drive any of the engine ranges of the i20 book at askaprice.com.

Running Costs

The most frugal engine in the i20 range is the 1.1CRDi Blue diesel engine which has been refined to offer 88.3mpg fuel economy and has only 84g/km of Co2 emissions, making it exempt from road tax. Still, the 1.2-litre petrol engine boasts an impressive return of 57.6mpg and has low emissions of 114g/km. Similarly the Ford Fiesta has a more expensive starting price at £11,350 which is around £1,000 more than the purchase price of the i20.

Equipment

The equipment with the i20 is generous, considering its reasonable pricing, even the entry level Classic trim comes with 15-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, electric front windows and an MP3 ready CD player with USB connections. Move up to the Active trim and this adds 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, heated door mirrors, Bluetooth phone connection and steering wheel mounted stereo controls. Top of the range is the Style trim which has added extras of 16-inch alloys, LED daytime running lights, rain sensing wipers and climate control, to read the full specs of this and all other trims in the range, please see our brochure.