2015 Hyundai i20 Coupe features and details

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2015 Hyundai i20 Coupe Interior 2015 Hyundai i20 Coupe features and details

Hyundai’s i20 models have pleased customers with their capacious interior, long warranty and reasonable prices. The superminis have given a tough competition to big names like Ford Fiesta. Hyundai is ready to surprise buyers with a three door B-segment model for the first time! Another singular feature is Tangerine orange exterior and a lively orange interior to match with.

The exterior somewhat emulates i-Gen launched in 2012- which left customers disgruntled due to its mundane interior design like its predecessor model. But the freshly added features ascertain a box full of surprises for buyers. Unlike the typical hexagonal grille design in other Hyundai cars, this new one has an appealing reverse hexagonal front grille. A new rear spoiler and 17 inch alloy wheel serve to enhance its looks. Bluetooth,cruise control and rear parking senses make it one of the most well equipped cars. A new rear bumper design and bold wheel arches make it even more sporty and stylish. With a heated steering wheel, panoramic sun roof , soft grip and lane departure warning system, Hyundai has tried its best to give its customers the most comfortable drive. To further make it stylistically different, the interior houses a smart phone docking station- the one feature that Hyundai hopes to use as leverage to allure today’s technology freak youth, hence its name new- generation i20.

There are both petrol and diesel engines to choose from, with the power output range 83bhp to 898bhp. Its capacity of 336 litres makes it bigger than the standard i20 hatchback. Hyundai hopes to boost the car’s performance with three-cylinder petrol – first of a new generation of small turbocharged engines. Though it lacks rear doors, it is quite roomy for a supermini- the front seats come with memory functionality to facilitate entry. On the downside, the clientele may find the front part lowering the visual stance, thus making the drive not-so-comfortable on a meandering road.


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