April 11, 2017: Hyundai has introduced the 'Sports Edition' of the Eon with some cosmetic and feature upgrades. The Eon Sports Edition features Sporty Roof Rails, side body moulding graphics and a 6.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system which has phone link, USB, AUX and Bluetooth connectivity. However, the Sports Edition is only available with the smaller 0.8-litre engine and not with the bigger 1.0-litre. The Sports Edition is available with the Era+ variant at about Rs 16,000 more over the stock variant and with the Magna+ variant for a premium of about Rs 10,000. The Eon is powered by a 0.8-litre or a 1.0-litre petrol mill where the former has power/torque figures of 56PS/75Nm and the latter churns out 69PS/94Nm. These engines come mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Hyundai Eon competes with cars like the Renault Kwid, Maruti Alto 800 and Datsun redi-GO.
I purchased EON Magna Plus(LPG) car in OCT 2013 at Worst Showroom/Service center Lakshmi Hyundai, Kukatpally Hyderabad. Actually this is my first car and I drove approx 20k now. It's really gr8 exp with Hyndai EON,
Guys, I wanted to share some of exp with this car
1. Interior excellent
2. Value for money Audio system and AC
3. Smooth driving exp
4. Excellent Mileage (in LPG)
1. Loose Sounds (These can be cured if you purchased the car from the perfect dealer)
2. Space Inside ( read more 72
Look and Style Hyundai has always been a key player in the small car segment. The cars from this car maker are one of the best value-for-money options, be it the Santro or the Getz, i10 or the i20. So, Hyundai Eon is no different and it Hyundai's player in the sub liter (1000cc) segment. the EON is Hyundai’s newest and cheapest small car for India and it also happens to be one of the most anticipated car models of this year.So, as far as looks goes the design of the Hyundai EON can be descri read more 12
I shifted from Santro to EON. So initially, I found it difficult to adjust with the drive position. Santro is a tall boy and has superb driving posture. Eon is somewhat you have to get into driving position. Both have the same engines, just the Santro it has a 4 valve resulting 999cc and Eon has 3 valve resulting 814 cc. So pick up is little low, but you also pay less and get more mileage.
Look and Style: Superior in its class. Compared to Alto 800
Comfort: Very good (but not like Santro). Thi read more 29
When Hyundai Eon was launched, it made almost all the heads turn thanks to its attractive design, which was non-existent in its segment. Yes, the Maruti Alto 800 may be the best selling car in the country, but we all would agree it’s not particularly expressive. So, when Hyundai launched Eon, the vibes were so strong that the Maruti launched a special edition variant of the then Alto just a day before the Eon launch. Hyundai Eon has the big responsibility to follow the footsteps of the iconic Santro that put the Korean car company on the right track.
Things We Like in EON
Looks fantastic, especially considering its segment. The styling does not seem aged, even 5 years after its launch.
One of the best car in its segment in terms of build quality. Is miles ahead of the the Alto.
The interiors have a premium feel with good quality of materials and high levels of fit & finish.
Things We Don't Like in EON
Steering does not weigh up well at highway speeds, failing to instill confidence in the driver.
The Noise & Vibration levels are high, characteristic of 3-cylinder engines. Stand-out features
Stand Out Features
First-in-segment features like Tilt Steering & Driver Side Airbag
Available in 0.8l & 1.0l engine variants.
Hyundai Eon brings to the table what the other cars have failed to at the same time inspired other companies (read Renault with their Kwid) to bring a great looking car that offers best-in-class build quality, good fuel economy and lots of features in this segment. In typical Hyundai way.
"The Eon is certainly eons ahead of what the Alto offers and is almost head on with the Renault Kwid. "
The Eon is certainly eons ahead of what the Alto offers and is almost head on with the Renault Kwid. So close, that we couldn’t come to a conclusion between the two. The biggest advantage the Eon holds over the Kwid is that it's available without a waiting period, however the Kwid is more appealing as it is the new k(w)id on the block.
Are you the types, who like a twist in the tail? Well in today’s context, this is one of those twists that will perhaps make one take notice. Yes, we are talking of Hyundai Eon which has been recently fitted with a new power plant in the form of a 1.0 litre ‘Kappa’ petrol engine alongside the existing 0.8 lit...
The small car segment has evolved quiet a lot in the recent years with the number of models expanding rapidly in number. Hyundai has always been a key player in the segment and its small cars are one of the best value-for-money options that one can get, be it the Santro or the Getz, i10 or the i20. The sub li...
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Hyundai's smallest and cheapest offering, the Eon has certainly lived up to the company's expectations, it is selling close to 7,000 units a month on an average, which actually proves it to be a new 'trendsetter' of India. Now the South Korean car maker has launched the Eon in Chile, which was especially a made for India product. Read Full News