Video review: Hyundai i20 with 1.2L gasoline engine
Video review: Hyundai i20 with 1.2L gasoline engine…
Hyundai’s family hatchback, the i20, has finally hit the roads of India, and ZigWheels is the first on the ball with a video review of it. Here are the first impressions on the car. And an excpert from their test drive:
From its stunningly sculpted exterior to the cavernous and plush interiors, this car is set to define a new segment in Indian car market since as of now, it is almost peerless.
With its high quality build and international level of refinement, the i20 is also expected to give Hyundai a headstart against similar comeptitors, the Honda Jazz and the Suzuki Splash which are expected in 2009. Meanwhile, enjoy the detailed views from the outside and inside of the Hyundai i20.
Building on the success of the recently launched Hyundai i20 five-door, the new body style will broaden the i20’s appeal to the fastest-growing sector of the car market in Europe.
In addition to a stylish new look, the three-door model offers a lower price entry point for the i20 line-up with prices starting at just £8,195 for the 1.2 Classic model – that’s £450 less than the five-door.
Positioned between the successful i10 and i30 models, the i20 three-door shares many of its styling features with the five-door. In fact the front and rear remains unchanged, but the distinctive crease lines that run along each side are enhanced by the longer front doors and the sporty, upswept shape of the rear-side window.
Built on the same 2.525mm wheelbase and weighing 10-kilograms less than the i20 five-door, the new model offers an equally well proportioned exterior and spacious interior that will comfortably accommodate adult passengers in the front and rear seats.
Hyundai i20 video review:
Find more details about the new Hyundai i20 here…