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|Vehicle||MPG||CO² g/km||Full Spec|
|IX20 DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.6 CRDi Blue drive Active 5dr|
|IX20 DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.6 CRDi Blue drive Style 5dr|
|IX20 DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.4 CRDi Classic 5dr|
|IX20 HATCHBACK 1.6 Active 5dr Auto|
|IX20 HATCHBACK 1.6 Style 5dr Auto|
|IX20 HATCHBACK 1.4 Active 5dr|
|IX20 HATCHBACK 1.4 Classic 5dr|
|IX20 HATCHBACK 1.4 Style 5dr|
The contemporary Hyundai ix20 is fitted with one of three different engine varieties, with the most popular likely to be the 1.4 litre petrol and turbo-diesel options. A 1.6 litre petrol engine is also available, but given that this comes with a traditional four-speed transmission, albeit automatic, this option may not appeal to everyone. The 1.4 litre engines produce a lively enough performance for a city drive however, and the turbo-diesel version in particular gives sufficient acceleration to give a satisfying ride.
As with other models from Hyundai, the ix20 provides an excellent safety standard, with active and passive safety technologies fully incorporated into the design. ABS braking and hill-start assist are provided as standard, and as this particular model of Hyundai has been road-tested in the United Kingdom, the right-hand drive model is calibrated well to British roads. As a super-mini MPV, the Hyundai ix20 provides a full range of the safety features that drivers can expect for a city run-about, and excels in its class in this respect.
Given the road testing that has been carried out in the United Kingdom, and the subsequent refinements to the suspension, together with the use of deep-walled tyres, the Hyundai ix20 provides a comfortable ride that lets through fewer of the smaller bumps than other Hyundai models, which have been adapted for the conditions in other countries. Together with accurate steering and smooth cornering, these design improvements result in a car that handles well wherever you go.
With a target fuel economy of 65 miles per gallon, the economy of running a Hyundai ix20 is competitive. In part, this is due to a number of built-in features that enhance the economic and environmental credentials of the model. An alternator management system and the technology of Integrated Stop and Go are among these penny-saving additions.
The word on most people’s lips in relation to the design of the Hyundai ix20 is ‘fluid’, and this stems from the deliberately ‘fluidic sculpture’ of the classy external shaping. The design has a clear character, with a distinct touch of the dynamic, making the overall look attractive to the eye.
The interior of the car is also designed to be ‘fluidic’, and the dynamism of the exterior is reflected in similar touches on the inside of the car. With added cabin space for passenger leg room, and good luggage capacity, the Hyundai ix20 comes across as a comfortable and affordable super-mini MPV.
The new Hyundai ix20 is a stunning looking MPV designed for families. Offering plenty of head room and boot space, as well as sliding and folding rear seats, making this one of the most spacious MPV cars on the road.
Not only is the new Hyundai ix20 practical, but it also provides fantastic performance with maximum comfort, offering flexible engines with with stability control and anti whiplash fron head restraints.
Book a Test Drive of the new Hyundai ix20 with Taggart Hyundai dealers in Motherwell.