New Hyundai i20 Specifications - Engine, Power, Transmission & Mileage

New Hyundai i20 Specifications - Engine, Power, Transmission & Mileage

The all-new Hyundai i20 is a B2-segment Hatchback. It's a 5-seater car that rivals the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Tata Altroz, Honda Jazz, Volkswagen Polo, Ford Figo, Ford Freestyle and Toyota Glanza. This article will give you a perspective of its engine specs and mileage.

 

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What Is The Power & Torque Of The New Hyundai i20?

NEW HYUNDAI i20 | ENGINE SPECS

 

Engine

1.2 L Petrol

1.2 L Petrol

1.0 L Turbo Petrol

1.5 L Diesel

Displacement

1197 cc

1197 cc

998 cc

1493 cc

Cylinder

4

4

3

4

Maximum Power

83PS @ 6600rpm

88PS @ 6600rpm

120PS @ 6000rpm

100PS @ 4000rpm

Peak Torque

115Nm @ 4200rpm

115Nm @ 4200rpm

172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

240Nm @ 1500 - 2750rpm

Manual Transmission

5-speed

-

6-speed ACMT

6-speed

Manual FE

20.35kmpl

-

20.25kmpl

25.2kmpl

Automatic Transmission

-

CVT

7-speed DCT

-

Automatic FE

-

19.65kmpl

NA

-


Hyundai i20 1.2 L, 4-cylinder petrol engine makes 83PS of maximum power and 115Nm of peak torque with the manual transmission. With the automatic, the power figure increases to 88PS. The torque output remains the same for both manual and automatic transmission as it peaks at 4200rpm. It is available with a 5-speed manual and a CVT type automatic transmission. The new Hyundai i20 1.2L petrol manual has a mileage of 20.35kmpl while the automatic claims to deliver a fuel efficiency figure of 19.65kmpl.

The all-new i20 also comes with a 1.0 L, 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine that makes 120PS of maximum power and 172Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 6-speed auto-clutch manual and a 7-speed DCT type automatic transmission. The new Hyundai i20 1.0L turbo petrol manual has a mileage of 20.25kmpl

The new Hyundai i20 1.5 L, 4-cylinder diesel engine makes 100PS of maximum power and 240Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 6-speed manual transmission and has a mileage of 25.2kmpl.

Is The New Hyundai i20 Underpowered?

The Hyundai i20 with the 1.2L normal petrol engine may feel underpowered on the highways considering its modest torque output. However, for city driving, it has sufficient torque.

The 1.0L turbo petrol engine of the i20 has a lot of torque and a wide torque band to cover the low and mid range. This engine with the auto-clutch manual transmission or dual-clutch automatic will offer phenomenal performance on the highways and easy drivability in the city.

Similarly, the turbo diesel is also great for city as well as highway driving and will not feel underpowered.

The new i20 1.2 petrol produces 83PS of maximum power and 115Nm of peak torque. i20 1.5L diesel produces 100PS of maximum power and 240Nm of peak torque. i20 1.0 turbo petrol produces 100PS of maximum power and 172Nm of peak torque. The all-new Hyundai i20's petrol and diesel engine performance is adequate for Indian conditions.

How Many Cylinders Does The New Hyundai i20 Petrol Have?

The new Hyundai i20 petrol gets a 1.2, 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated engine and a 1.0L, 3-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine. The newi20 diesel also has a 1.5, 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated engine.

What Is The Mileage Of The New Hyundai i20 Petrol?

NEW HYUNDAI i20 | FUEL EFFICIENCY (MILEAGE)

 

Engine

1.2 L Petrol

1.2 L Petrol

1.0 L Turbo Petrol

1.5 L Diesel

Manual Transmission

5-speed

-

6-speed ACMT

6-speed

Manual FE

20.35kmpl

-

20.25kmpl

25.2kmpl

Automatic Transmission

-

CVT

DCT

-

Automatic FE

-

19.65kmpl

-

-


The Hyundai i20 1.2L petrol engine with the 5-speed manual transmission has a mileage of 20.35kmpl and with the CVT type automatic transmission it claims to deliver a fuel efficiency of 19.65kmpl. The i20 1.0L turbo petrol engine with the 6-speed ACMT has a mileage of 20.25kmp and the 1.5L diesel with 6-speed manual transmission has a mileage of 25.2kmpl.

Is The New Hyundai i20 Petrol Good For Long Drives?

Yes, Hyundai i20 turbo petrol and turbo diesel engines are good for long drives as well as city drives. Both turbocharged petrol and diesel engines are adequate for highway drives.

However, the 1.2L petrol engine may not feel adequate for sustaining expressway speeds for longer periods due to its lower torque output. Although, it has satisfactory performance for city driving.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lakshya Khanna

Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he's mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He's usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars editorial team.

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