Hyundai i20 Turbo Petrol-iMT Variants Discontinued; Prices Increased
The Hyundai i20’s 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine is no longer available with the choice of a 6-speed clutchless intelligent manual transmission (iMT). This leaves the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic as the only transmission on offer with this powerful mill.
Hyundai offered the iMT option for just two variants of the i20 mid-size hatch: Sportz Turbo and Asta Turbo. The DCT, on the other hand, is only available with the Sportz and Asta (O) trims.
Apart from rejigging the variant lineup of the Hyundai i20, the carmaker has also revised its price list. Here’s a look at its new price ist: –
|Hyundai i20 Variants||Ex-Showroom Price|
|1.2-litre Naturally Aspirated Variants|
|Magna||₹ 7 18 900|
|Sportz||₹ 8 08 700|
|Sportz Dual Tone||₹ 8 23 700|
|Asta||₹ 9 01 100|
|Sportz IVT||₹ 9 10 500|
|Asta(O)||₹ 9 74 900|
|Asta(O) Dual Tone||₹ 9 89 900|
|Asta(O) iVT||₹ 10 76 700|
|Asta(O) iVT Dual Tone||₹ 10 91 700|
|1.0-litre Turbocharged Petrol Variants|
|Sportz DCT||₹ 10 11 200|
|Asta(O) DCT||₹ 11 68 400|
|Asta DCT Dual Tone||₹ 11 83 400|
|Magna||₹ 8 42 800|
|Sportz||₹ 9 28 600|
|Asta(O)||₹ 10 83 700|
|Asta(O) Dual Tone||₹ 10 98 700|
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- Going by the above price list, the Hyundai i10 now ranges between Rs 7.19 lakh and Rs 10.99 lakh (ex-showroom).
- Customers will have to shell out up to Rs 11,500 more for the 1.2-litre Magna and Sportz variants, whereas the Asta and Asta (O) variants have received a price hike of up to Rs 16,000.
- The prices of the turbocharged petrol variants have gone up by Rs 21,500.
- The prices of diesel variants remain unchanged. Also, it is worth noting that the carmaker could discontinue the oil burner post the implementation of BS6 Phase 2 norms.