Monday, June 25, 2012

2013 Hyundai i20

Design and Dimensions
2013 Hyundai i20 can also be seen after about processing at first glance. forward it will now also the current brand image with the typical hexagonal grill as we know about the i30. Fits to the headlights and air intakes were modified. At the rear lights and bumpers were subtly revised. With the new lighting graphics look the i20 especially striking dark. Due to the new design of front and rear bumper has also the total length of the car by 55 mm increased to 3995 mm (30 mm front and 25mm rear). Width, height and wheelbase remained unchanged. The same is true for the space and the trunk (370 to 1080 liters).

2013 Hyundai i20

Interior
The interior has been redesigned. In addition to revised seat fabrics and the use of soft-touch materials in the area of ​​the dashboard and the center console has been completely revised. Overall, the boy has now grown and in quality. For the first time now are also extras such as cruise control, LED daytime running lights, rain sensor, rear camera and a parking aid (rear). The Hyundai i20 was also technically brought up to date. Better insulation will also increase the noise levels.

2013 Hyundai i20 interior

Engines
The engine range consists of four engines (two diesel and two petrol engines), together covering a power range from 70 to 100 HP. To reduce the CO2 emissions of the already known motors have been revised. Are particularly proud of the developers on the 1.1-liter 3-cylinder diesel, which we in the Kia Rio platform brother were already testing them. The 75 mini-engine hp (180 Nm) shines in the "blue version" (start-stop system, etc.) with CO2 emissions of 93 grams, this corresponds to an average fuel consumption of 3.6 liters. Without Blue package to the values ​​(3.8 l/100km, 99 grams) are also impressive. Top-diesel is the 90 hp 1.4-liter four-cylinder with a torque of 220 Nm. Here, the fuel consumption is 4.1 liters per 100 kilometers (blue: 3.7 litres/100 km).

Completely new is the 1.25-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine with 85 hp and 121 Nm. Here, the fuel consumption is 4.9 liters and 4.7 (blue) to 100 kilometers (CO2 rating of 109 or 114 g / km). In the 1.4 liter petrol engine with 100 horsepower and is ranked 137 Nm. This is also available with a rather outdated 4-speed automatic. The diesel and petrol engines of the top come standard with a manual six-speed manual gearbox. Purchasers of the 1.25 liter version must be content with five gears.

2013 Hyundai i20

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