New Hyundai i20 variants' prices revealed

    Top-spec Hyundai i20 Asta (O) gets new automatic gearbox option, while turbo-petrol DCT powertrain is now more affordable.

    Published On Mar 04, 2022 04:33:00 PM


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    Hyundai has silently introduced two new variants of the i20 – 1.2 CVT Asta (O) and 1.0 DCT Sportz – priced at Rs 10.51 lakh and Rs 9.76 lakh respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi). This is in line with our report earlier this week that the i20 was set for a variant reshuffle as well as new features across the range. 

    • i20 now comes with 1.2 CVT Asta (O),1.0 DCT Sportz variants
    • No existing variants have been discontinued 
    • Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) variants get new features

    2022 Hyundai i20: Variant wise updated price list:

    Hyundai i20 price list (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    Variants1.2 petrol MT1.2 petrol CVT1.0 turbo iMT1.0 turbo DCT1.5 Diesel MT
    MagnaRs 6.98 lakh---Rs 8.28 lakh
    SportzRs 7.88 lakhRs 8.90 lakhRs 8.78 lakhRs 9.76 lakh (new)Rs 9.14 lakh
    AstaRs 8.75 lakhRs 9.95 lakhRs 9.99 lakhRs 10.81 lakh-
    Asta (O)Rs 9.49 lakhRs 10.51 lakh (new)-Rs 11.33 lakhRs 10.70 lakh

    Dual tone shades on Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) variants cost an additional Rs 15,000. 

    Hyundai i20: new variants

    So far, the 1.2 petrol i20 was only available with a manual gearbox on the top-spec Asta (O) trim. With the introduction of the new 1.2 CVT Asta (O), the top-spec variant of the 1.2 petrol can also be had with the convenience of an automatic gearbox.

    Meanwhile, the new 1.0 DCT Sportz variant has brought down the entry point to the turbo-petrol DCT powertrain by a fair margin. Previously only available on Asta and Asta (O) variants, the new 1.0 DCT Sportz trim is Rs 1.05 lakh cheaper than the next 1.0 DCT Asta variant priced at Rs 10.81 lakh.

    However, contrary to what was previously reported, Hyundai hasn’t discontinued the 1.2 CVT Asta and 1.0 DCT Asta variants from the i20 range as of yet. These variants continue to be listed on Hyundai’s website, although they could be discontinued in the future, depending on availability of stocks.

    Hyundai i20: Sportz, Asta, Asta (O): what's new? 

    Hyundai has also utilised this opportunity to add some new features to the existing variants of the i20. For instance, the Sportz variant now gets automatic air conditioning, while previously it only got manual AC. Automatic AC so far was only available from the Asta variant. The update also sees the addition of cruise control previously only limited to Asta (O) variant. These two new features, however, have not been introduced on the 1.0 iMT Sportz variant of i20.

    Additionally, the i20 Asta trim now gets a sunroof as standard – it was previously only available on the 1.0 iMT Asta model. And while the Asta variant also sees the addition of cruise control, there are two major deletions – it now gets a smaller 8.0-inch touchscreen in place of the 10.25-inch unit, and also sees the deletion of connected car features.

    The Asta(O), meanwhile, gets some additional voice commands for the Blue Link system. Lastly, the wheel covers on the Magna variants are now finished in a gun metal shade instead of silver.

    Hyundai i20: rivals

    The i20 rivals the likes of the new Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Tata Altroz, Honda Jazz, Toyota Glanza and Volkswagen Polo. These updates on the i20 have come just when Maruti Suzuki launched the all-new Baleno and the Toyota Glanza is also due to be updated soon. Additionally, the Tata Altroz will also finally be updated with a DCT automatic gearbox very soon.

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