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There are three engines to choose from across the ix20 range with the best performance coming from the 1.4-litre petrol engine achieving 0-60mph in 12.0 seconds and boasts a top speed of 104 mph. This performance sees the ix20 sit well alongside the equivalent Kia Venga which will perform the 0-60mph run a 0.1 second slower and it has the same top speed, making the ix20 a strong supermini contender. Where the ix20 sets itself apart is through its the driving experience. It makes short work of long distances and it is fitted with economical stop-start technology, to test drive this Hyundai book now at

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The 1.4-litre petrol engine is a frugal option to plump for as it will return an excess of 50mpg, however, the diesel engine is the superior choice as it boasts a return of 65mpg. The Hyundai comes with a five-year warranty to flatten out any unexpected expenses, and its servicing intervals are impressive at 20,000 miles or 12 months depending on which comes first. Combined with its fuel economy, warranty and reasonable purchasing price at £12,430, the ix20 is definitely a competitive proposition.


There are three trim levels available for the ix20 including the Classic, Active and Style trims, the entry level Classic trim will include 15-inch steel wheels, underfloor storage, air conditioning, 12V power outlets and height-and-reach-adjustment steering. Active trim models will have added extras of 16-inch alloys, driver’s armrest, electric heated door mirrors, Bluetooth, reversing sensors and steering wheel audio controls. Top of the range Style trim models will also have integrated indicators, privacy glass and glass panoramic sunroof, read more about the specifications across all of the trim levels in our brochure.