“Cute” aptly defines the new face Hyundai has given the i20 for the refresh. But this little ride isn’t just charming on the outside – what’s underneath the sheet metal delights as well.
Starting with what’s under the bonnet, there are three engine options including the 1.2-litre and 1.4-litre petrol, as well as a 1.1-litre and 1.4-litre diesel. The 1.2-litre petrol rated at 84bhp and 119Nm is a gutsy little guy with a 12.7s 0-60mph figure. In most cases, this would be our power plant of choice. The base engine is so good it’s tough to justify forking over the extra poundage for the 1.4-litre which puts out 99bhp.. For those who are primarily concerned with squeezing out every drop of fuel economy, the diesel engines are prime candidates. The 1.1-litre 77bhp option can net as much as 88mpg although performance is hardly Formula One race ready, taking nearly 16s to reach 60mph. The 1.4-litre
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