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Hyundai i20

  • tickGenerous spec
  • tickPerky turbocharged engine
  • tickNippy handling

Hyundai i20 Hatchback (2020 - )

For all the noise about SUVs and crossovers superminis are a big part of the market, the Ford Fiesta this new i20 competes with the biggest selling car in the country. It’s up against a lot of very talented rivals too, the Renault Clio, Peugeot 208 and Toyota Yaris all offering a greater sense style and a choice of powertrains ranging from traditional petrol all the way to full electric. Hyundai has improved the quality for this new i20 and it is very well equipped with plenty of tech, which offsets the relatively high purchase price.
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Hyundai has traditionally been portrayed as a no frills ‘value’ brand but the i20 signifies ambitions to move upmarket. To put that into practice Hyundai has simplified the range and doesn’t offer a sparsely equipped base model on the basis buyers seem to prefer more features in their cars these days. This raises the entry price to the point where the i20 looks expensive compared with the Clio, Fiesta, 208 and even the VW Polo but means you get a better specification, Hyundai claiming significantly improved residual values over the previous i20 as a result. This is important for keeping monthly costs down, whether that be through leasing, finance or PCP deals.

In terms of day to day running costs the new i20 introduces ’mild hybrid’ technology, which is jargon for the more powerful start-stop systems and batteries appearing in most modern cars. It saves a little bit of fuel and CO2 but running expenses are comparable with most rivals and if you’re really out to cut fuel costs full hybrids like the Yaris or new E-Tech version of the Clio offer a more tangible benefit here. The Vauxhall Corsa and Peugeot 208 are among those in the class offering pure-electric options too, though these cost more to buy outright.

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