Hyundai i20 Showroom

Hyundai i20

$ 34,990 - $ 35,990* MRLP

In Europe, the little Hyundai i20 hatchback is very popular, but Australian shoppers prefer the size above, the i30. So when Hyundai looked into adding the i20 to its Australian range, only the very sporty i20 N hot hatch made sense as a smaller brother to the Drive Car of the Year winning i30 N.

Latest Hyundai i20 ratings breakdown

8.3

Performance
8.0
Safety Technology
8.0
Ride Quality
7.0
Infotainment & Connectivity
8.8
Handling & Dynamics
8.8
Energy Efficiency
8.0
Driver Technology
8.8
Value for Money
8.5
Interior Comfort & Packaging
8.5
Fit for Purpose
8.9
2022 Hyundai i20 N launch review
Launch Review | 19 Nov 2021

8.3

The Hyundai i20 N pint-sized hot hatch is finally in Australian showrooms after a long wait. Here’s how it drives.
2022 Hyundai i20 N v Ford Fiesta ST comparison
Comparison | 15 Jun 2022

8.2

The pint-sized hot hatch market is shrinking, but there are still a number of worthy contenders. Here’s how the new kid on the block, the Hyundai i20 N, compares to the Ford Fiesta ST.
2021 Hyundai i20 N review: Prototype drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 7 Oct 2020
The Hyundai i30 N hot hatch has a smaller, younger brother. Meet the Hyundai i20 N, a new rival to the Ford Fiesta ST and VW Polo GTI.
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2016 Hyundai i20 WRC review: Riding shotgun with Hyundai Motorsport driver Hayden Paddon
Review | 26 Nov 2016
Dave does his best to 'review' the 2016 Hyundai i20 WRC car of New Zealand rally driver Hayden Paddon, while harnessed into the passenger seat...

Hyundai i20 Price*

YearVariantPrice
2023Hyundai i20 N 1.6L Hatchback FWD Manual$34,990
2023Hyundai i20 N 1.6L Hatchback FWD Manual$35,990

Hyundai i20 Specs:

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Image: 2022 hyundai i20 n. Model features may vary.
Image: 2022 hyundai i20 n. Model features may vary.
Price
$34,990*
FuelType
Petrol
Transmission
Manual
Drive Type
FWD
Engine
1.6T
Fuel Efficiency
6.9L / 100km
Seats
5
Towing braked
1110 kg
Towing unbraked
450 kg

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Hyundai i20 Dimensions

The Hyundai i20 has 2 variants. The height is 1440mm, the width is 1775mm and length is 4075mm.

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2022 Hyundai i20 N: owner review
Owner Review | 27 Aug 2023
2014 Hyundai i20 Active Review
Owner Review | 17 Apr 2016
The Hyundai i20 Active appealed to me, as it appeared to be built well, and it was awarded a five star safety rating. Since traveling 40,000km I've noticed the interior isn't of the best quality, its constructed from hard black plastic, with cheap silver painted plastic, in my experience the silver pained plastic on the A/C knob and the stereo has worn off. The door plastics are hard and easy to scratch. In 40,000km I've had the following replaced . Passenger side floor kick plate A/C knob set TRIP computer button section Driver side seatbelt buckle Driver side door (real alined) Driver side seat base Things I see breaking in the future: Stereo turns itself up by its self The speedo rattles The trip computer rattles When driving over train tracks the whole car rattles Paint has peeled off the hubcaps Not everything is negative though, Its very fuel efficient, i get about 650km in the city and if I drove it right, I estimate id get close to 1000km on a tank highway. The paint is very good quality, its thick and looks great. The ride and handling for me is reassuring, I feel very safe driving this car, and if anything was to go wrong, I feel as if I would be fine. The main reason why I purchased this car was its looks, in my eyes its a european car, Hyundai seam to have built a good name, everyone who hears I drive on always say how much they like them. Servicing costs are a little expensive, and I feel as if I've had to go to every Hyundai dealer in Victoria, before finding a good one. Overall its reliable, safe and presentable and I do enjoy driving it. Before id buy another Hyundai id like to see a better quality interior.
2015 Hyundai i20 Active Review
Owner Review | 6 Feb 2016
For the last few months I have been in between cars, and have been handed the keys to a number of vehicles while I await my new chariot. The most recent of these is a Hyundai i20 – an unassuming hatchback commonly seen delivering pizzas, parking in rental lots, and copping abuse at the hands of learners. The automotive equivalent of a cockroach, the little Hyundais have spread across the country and are also seemingly hard to kill. Its ‘never say die’ attitude has made it an endearing companion for the last few weeks, however there are a few shortcomings. Lining up against the likes of Toyota’s Yaris, Mazda’s 2, and Holden’s Barina to name just some of the trillions of options in the burgeoning small car field, the recently discontinued i20 brings a six speed manual, Bluetooth, power windows and mirrors, and not much else to the table. Given the low entry price point and the car’s competition, this is neither unexpected nor unacceptable, however it should be noted that kit such as touch screens and push button start are becoming the expectation in this class. While styling is subjective, the i20 is nice enough to look at, with only a couple of ham-fisted details such as the droopy swipe down the side and a slightly fussy nose tripping it up. Jump in, and the textbook interior couldn’t be easier to navigate, with clear controls abound. Plastics are hard, which isn’t a deal breaker, but there are a couple of rough edges to these if you look hard enough which is disappointing. Despite this, the Indian-built i20 brings a surprising sense of solidity. Its doors close with a resolute ‘thunk’, and not a rattle or squeak was heard during my tenure. A dinky little starter motor fires the i20 into life, and it’s time to hit the road. The gearstick is of the long throw variety, but it shifts cleanly. The clutch is feather light, but is completely devoid of feel – particularly when taking off from a standstill. It’s easy to drive and difficult to stall, however its vague action completely ruins the experience. Gearing is tall, which is optimal for freeway cruising, but makes for slow progress in stop-start traffic. The i20’s doziness is exacerbated by the 1.4l engine, which pumps out peak torque of 74kW at the high end of its rev range. Hills will demand downshifts and the pedal to the metal, however the little cockroach happily takes the caning, returning remarkably good fuel economy (circa 6l/100km) in the process. A natural understeerer, the i20 handles predictably, with decently modulated brakes and suspension that is neither too hard nor soft. Long distance driving reveals its remarkably comfortable seats, but unlike some of its competitors, the i20 (in Active spec) lacks cruise control, and the accelerator pedal was canted such that it became uncomfortable after a while. So, that was the i20. Completely reliable, unexpectedly well-built, and simple to operate in all respects – but low on grunt, low in driver enjoyment, and low on features. Would I buy one? Pick up a run-out model at rock bottom price (let’s say no more than $12k drive away) as a city runabout, enjoy the low running costs and long warranty, and you’ll probably be happy with this particular cockroach. Those seeking features or driver enjoyment should look elsewhere however.
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2011 Hyundai i20 Review
Owner Review | 6 Nov 2015
A Hyundai i20 is a very cheap car. Precisely $13,990 for a 1.4 three door with five-speed manual. That's pretty good for a car with five-star ANCAP rating, six airbags and stability control, an incredibly loud stereo with Bluetooth and Aux and IPod i

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The Hyundai i20 is built in Izmit, Turkey.

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