Pros:
  • Segment-Best Width, Offers Strong Road PresenceThe new Hyundai i20 has a class leading width of 1775mm.
  • Good Feature Distribution Across All VariantsHyundai have sensibly segregated features across all variants of the i20, offering good value.
Cons:
  • No Turbo Petrol, Diesel Or CNG Powertrain OptionWhile Hyundai discontinued the diesel variants of the i20 with the BS6 phase-2 update, the turbo petrol variants were also taken off the shelves recently with the facelift.
  • Rear Armrest, Split Folding Seat Backs MissingThe Hyundai i20 does not offer split folding seat backs, limiting its overall practicality.
  • Expensive Top VariantsThough packed with features, the higher variants of the i20 continue to command a steep premium over its arch rivals. The i20 continues to be the most expensive B2-segment SUV in the country.