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Hyundai I20 Pricing and Specs

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The Hyundai i20 is available from $32,990 to $33,990 for the 2022 Hatchback across a range of models.

Although Hyundai sold its i20 light hatchback in Australia from 2010 to 2015, the second-generation version unveiled in 2014 never made it Down Under due to sourcing issues.

It is understood the local arm of the South Korean brand wanted to source cars from Turkey instead of India, but currency fluctuations and a shrinking light car segment nixed any plans to introduce the i20.

Regardless, current prices range from $32,990 for the I20 N to $33,990 for the I20 N TTR in overseas markets.

Petrol and diesel power are offered in the i20, as well as a choice of manual or automatic transmission.

From the outside, the new i20 stands out from the old with its trapezoidal fog lights, hexagonal front grille and blacked-out C-pillars, while inside features scratch-resistant hard plastics and cloth upholstery.

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2022 $32,990 $33,990
2021 $25,800 $35,200
2016 $12,100 $20,130
2015 $5,000 $11,440
2014 $4,300 $10,450
2013 $3,800 $9,130
2012 $3,100 $9,350
2011 $2,600 $7,810
2010 $2,300 $7,040

Hyundai i20 FAQs

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    We recently reviewed the Honda City as used car buy. To summarise the City has 5-star safety, which means it has all of the safety features you want, it also has the features your daughter wants. Best of all owners are unanimous in their praise for the car. The price is on the high side, but being a drive-away deal you save on government charges, which makes it a pretty good buy.

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  • i20 condensation in glovebox

    Great advice and not something I knew.

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  • i20 aircon dripping

    Condensation is normal but not dripping into the cabin. It's quite possible there is a blockage somewhere, which can happen if leaves and debris lodge in the plumbing. It's under warranty so get the dealership to investigate and fix it properly.

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