The all-new Hyundai i20 has a wide range of trim levels. We have got a video which shows you the tonnes of aftermarket features you can get if you buy the base Magna trim.
The all-new Hyundai i20 was launched on November 5 and has been setting the sales charts on fire, garnering over 20,000 bookings already. The new i20 is the third-generation model of the car, and Hyundai aims to climb to the top of the premium-hatchback pile with this new model. Prices start from Rs 6.80 lakh for the base-spec Magna trim and go up to Rs 11.33 lakh for the top-spec Asta(O) trim. All prices are ex-showroom, respectively. In case, the top-spec Asta(O) trim is out of your budget, you can plant to get home an entry-level trim of the i20 and get it loaded with equipment sourced via the aftermarket route. To get you a perspective of the same, here's a video that has been uploaded by Power Drag on YouTube
In the video, we see a brand-new i20 Magna getting the aftermarket treatment. We see it getting full leather-wrapped treatment for the steering wheel and seats with contrast stitching. The floor gets extra leather carpeting over the regular carpeting which should make it easier to clean in the long run. You can also upgrade the infotainment system to an aftermarket unit and beefier sound system. Over to the exterior, you can fit in HID lamps with integrated indicators. Alloy wheels are available as well and you can increase the size by an inch over the stock wheels while accessories like side cladding, door protectors, window frame garnish, and rain visors are available for purchase as well.
The new Hyundai i20 Magna gets regular halogen headlamps instead of projector setup. Also, it comes with electrically-adjustable ORVMs but no folding mechanism, and 14-inch steel wheels. Also, you miss out on the rear wiper/washer, LED rear lamps and the turn indicators are on the front fenders instead of the ORVM. The main exterior highlights have been retained, the gloss black detailing on the side skirts and grille with the rear spoiler are all there. Inside the cabin, it gets black fabric seats instead of leather, which should be better for Indian conditions. But, this is also where see where most of the costs are cut compared to the higher trims. Instead of the huge all-digital instrument cluster which has been promoted heavily, you get twin-pod analogue dials with a multi-information display in between. This has been carried over from the older i20 and is shared with the Hyundai Venue as well. It does get a new steering wheel but misses out on cruise control button and a flat bottom.
The Hyundai i20 Magna can be had with 1.2-litre petrol which makes 82 PS/115 Nm of peak power and torque figures paired to a 5-speed manual or a 1.5-litre oil burner producing 100 PS/240 Nm of max power and torque that is mated to a 6-speed manual.