Hyundai Grand i10

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  • Economy
    Mileage
    24.0 kmpl
    Service cost
    `4,370 /yr
  • Performance
    Engine
    1120 cc 
    BHP
    70
  • Comfort
    A/C
    Yes
    Power Steering
    Yes
  • Safety
    Central Lock
    Yes
    Brake Assist
    No
  • EMI
    Duration
    5 years
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Highlights

 

April 14, 2016: Hyundai has made driver airbag standard across the variants of the Grand i10. Even an optional passenger airbag is available from the mid-Sportz variant. The carmaker has also enhanced safety features in its other models like the Eon and the Xcent. The Grand i10 is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.1-litre diesel mill where the former has power figures of 82bhp/114Nm and the latter churns out 70bhp/160Nm. While a 5-speed manual gearbox is standard, a 4-speed automatic transmission is optional with petrol trims. The petrol and diesel mills deliver a mileage of 18.9 kmpl and 24 kmpl respectively.

Hyundai Grand i10 price list

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    CRDi Era
    1120 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 24.0 kmpl
    `5.8 Lakh*
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    CRDi Magna
    1120 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 24.0 kmpl
    `6.0 Lakh*
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    CRDi Sportz
    1120 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 24.0 kmpl
    `6.4 Lakh*
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    CRDi Asta Option
    1120 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 24.0 kmpl
    `7.0 Lakh*
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    Era
    1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `4.9 Lakh*
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    Magna
    1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `5.1 Lakh*
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    Magna AT
    1197 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `5.1 Lakh*
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    Sportz
    1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `5.5 Lakh*
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    Asta Option
    1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `6.1 Lakh*
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    Asta Option AT
    1197 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 18.9 kmpl
    `6.1 Lakh*
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Specifications

Variants Fuel Type Mileage Transmission Engine Description Power
City Highway
CRDi Era Diesel 21.0 kmpl 24.0 kmpl Manual 1120cc 
70bhp @ 4000rpm
CRDi Magna 21.0 kmpl 24.0 kmpl Manual 1120cc 
70bhp @ 4000rpm
CRDi Sportz 21.0 kmpl 24.0 kmpl Manual 1120cc 
70bhp @ 4000rpm
CRDi Asta Option 21.0 kmpl 24.0 kmpl Manual 1120cc 
70bhp @ 4000rpm
Era Petrol 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Manual 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm
Magna 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Manual 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm
Magna AT 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Automatic 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm
Sportz 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Manual 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm
Asta Option 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Manual 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm
Asta Option AT 15.9 kmpl 18.9 kmpl Automatic 1197cc 
82bhp @ 6000rpm

Hyundai Grand i10 review

Overview

Introduction

Hyundai Grand i10 was the first car to get the Fluidic Design concept from the company and the car received an amazing response for its pleasing design and a long list of features, some of which are segment firsts. Not just in India, the new Grand i10 or just i10 as known globally has found fans all around the globe. With compact dimensions, spacious interiors, class leading features and frugal engines, it’s no wonder that the Hyundai Grand i10 won the 2014 Indian Car of the Year Award.

Pros

1. Fresh and neat design; will please most and hurt none.
2. Segment leading features such as rear AC vents, push button start/stop, keyless entry, chilled glove box.
3. India-spec Grand i10 is longer in length and wheelbase than the Euro-spec, resulting in airy cabin and space.
4. Conventional handling, comfortable ride quality. Well tuned for Indian roads.

Cons

1. ABS and Airbags available only in the Top variant as an option.
2. Non-adjustable front head rests.

Stand-out features

1. First-in-segment rear AC vents.
2. Best-in-class build quality.

Exterior

Hyundai Grand i10 was the first car to introduce the brand’s Fluidic Design concept to the customers in India. The front gets most of the design’s impact with swept back headlamps, hexagonal grille and a pronounced bumper that hosts a nicely designed fog lamps.

To the side, things are kept simple with a sharp crease runs the length of the car, joining the door handles on to the tail lamp.

The side profile of the Indian Grand i10 has a few changes in comparison to its Euro version. The car is longer by 100 mm in length and has a 40 mm longer wheelbase in the Indian avatar. The rear door and rear windows are larger and with a redesigned C-pillar, making for a spacious rear cabin. A waistline black molding adds safety from scratches apart from the style appeal. The eight spoke alloy wheels look great with the diamond cut finish.

To the rear, things are kept simple yet not boring. The wrap-around tail lamps are nicely designed while the rear bumper integrated reflectors add a touch of style and safety.

Dimension wise, the Grand i10 may not be as long or as wide as its competitors. The Grand i10 also has the shortest wheelbase with 2425 mm. But this doesn’t mean that the Grand i10 is not spacious. In fact, the rear seat of the Grand is one of the most spacious in its segment.

The Grand i10 also offers one of the spacious boots in its class with 256 litres. Only the new Ford Figo offers better boot space at 257 litres while Toyota Liva gets close at 251 litres.

Interiors

The Grand i10’s interiors are the best in class in terms of build quality and finish. The quality of the materials used and the way the parts are put together rival the some of the cars in the C segment.

Along with a contemporary styling, the black and beige interiors offer amazing quality of materials and a functional layout.

While the top and bottom of the interiors get the black layout, the middle gets the beige treatment. All the buttons are of good size and are placed in comfortable positions for use. The front seats snuggle you up nicely with the right amount of cushioning and offer nice thigh support and leg room. While the driver seat height adjustment is a welcome addition, the fixed headrests are a missed opportunity.

The steering wheel gets a nice size to hold onto and can be adjusted for tilt but not for reach. The instrument cluster is not your regular two pod layout. Instead you get a big speedometer in the middle with a half-moon tacho to the left and two dials for engine temperature and fuel level to the right. There is also a multi-information display below showing the odometer, two trip meters and gear shift indicator. The steering wheel gets controls for music and telephone.

The centre console is a neatly designed arrangement the top of the console hosting the entertainment system with two circular AC vents to either side. The bottom half of the console gets the AC controls with the regular three dial layout. The glove box is large and you can keep your things cool inside the glove box, keeping them fresh away from the heat.

At the rear, things further gets better with the first-in-segment rear AC vents, bettering the job of cooling down the cabin faster. The additional 100 mm of length and 40 mm of longer wheelbase that we talked about earlier makes its usefulness in the rear seat space. Three adults can travel in reasonable comfort thanks to lots of legroom and the shoulder room is also commendable. The rear seats can be folded down for additional luggage space but they are not 60-40 split.

As with all the Hyundais, the Grand i10 too gets a long list of features with several segment leading ones.

The features include rear AC vents, push button start/stop, keyless entry, cooled glove box etc.

Surprisingly, climate control is not available and the rear defogger is only available from the Sportz variant.

Performance

The Grand i10 is available in two engine options - the tried and tested 1.2-litre Kappa Dual VTVT petrol engine and the new 1.1-litre 2nd Gen U2 diesel engine.

Petrol

The Grand i10 petrol is powered by a 1.2-litre Kappa Dual VTVT engine putting out 82 bhp at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 114 Nm at 4000 rpm. You get a choice of either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 4-speed automatic one. The petrol unit is the proven one already powering the regular i10 among others. The engine feels super refined at idle and even when revved to some extent. It’s only when you get closer to red lining it, the engine gets vocal. The engine responses eagerly and has a healthy mid range.

On the highways, the unit doesn’t feel lazy and overtaking is done neatly with just a downshift. The 1.2-litre petrol engine is a rev happy unit and the torque that starts to deliver at low rpms does a good job for city driving. The 5-speed manual does a neat job of slotting gears smoothly.

Diesel

The new 1.1-litre 2nd Gen U2 diesel engine makes its debut with the Grand i10. The 1.1-litre makes a maximum power of 70 bhp at 4000 rpm and a peak torque of 160 Nm at 1500-2750 rpm. The 3-cylinder may be weaker than most of its competition but its lighter weight should compensate for the performance.  The power delivery is linear and there is no surging like the normal turbo units. The turbo lag is kept to the minimum and the engine pulls off easily from idle.

But bring the car to the highways and you will be left wanting for more. The U2 unit loses the fizz very soon close to 3700 rpm and post that, there is no use in revving it up. Overtaking should be planned carefully and if you lose speed, gaining it back will take time. The Grand i10 diesel is well refined from inside the cabin and the gearbox is smooth.

Ride and Handling

The Grand i10 gets a McPherson Strut to the front and coupled torsion beam axle to the rear for its suspension setup. Focus has been largely on the riding comfort more than handling and this shows in the Grand i10 soaking up the bumps with a slight thud. Straight line ability for high speeds is good but around the curves and bends, you will feel the body roll more than you will like.
But for most of the part, the Grand i10 handles neutrally without any surprises and without any fun either. The handling of the car is predictable and may put off enthusiasts (who will go for the Swift or the new Figo). The masses will like the ride quality and that will be the USP to take from the Grand i10. The braking duties are performed without any drama once you get used to the sharper bite.

Safety

Though the Euro spec Grand i10 gets six airbags, the Indian Grand gets only dual airbags in the front and ABS too but only in the Asta variant as an option. Then there is the rear defogger and reverse parking sensors that is available from the Sportz variant. Other safety features include immobilizer, front fog lamps, day and night inside rear view mirror and central locking.

Variants

The Hyundai Grand i10 is available in five variants for both petrol and diesel versions. The 4-speed automatic version is only available in the Asta variant.

The base Era variant gets Engine immobilizer, chrome radiator grille, 2-tone black and beige interior, front and rear door map pockets, tachometer, MID, power steering, manual AC with heater, front power windows, internally adjustable ORVMs.

Next in line is the Magna variant which will be one of the best selling variants as it offers most useful features. The Magna gets Central locking, front fog lamps, day and night inside rearview mirror, standard keyless entry, body coloured door mirrors and door handles, full wheel covers, rear power windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs and rear AC vents.

The Sportz variant adds Reverse parking sensors, rear defogger, roof rails, turn indicators on ORVMs, metal finish inside door handles, 2-DIN integrated system with Radio, CD, MP3, Aux-in, Bluetooth connectivity, steering wheel controls, electric folding ORVMs and tilt steering.

The top end Asta gets Smart key, chrome outside door handles, rear spoiler, clean silver alloy wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel, rear washer and wiper, push button start/stop, driver seat height adjust and adjustable rear seat headrests.

If you want to driver and front passenger airbags, ABS and diamond cut alloy wheels, you have to opt for Asta (O).

Verdict

The Grand i10 just reiterates how long has Hyundai come to offer better looking cars that offer good driving experience and lots of features.

This equation has been unmatched by many manufacturers and there lies Hyundai’s success formula.

Hyundai Grand i10 price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata Find On Road Price in Your City
CRDi Era
(Diesel)
5,76,300 5,89,682 6,04,666 5,87,181 5,91,440 5,88,952 5,95,473   Get On Road Price  
CRDi Magna
(Diesel)
5,96,343 6,10,079 6,25,673 6,07,580 6,19,866 6,09,350 6,14,957   Get On Road Price  
CRDi Sportz
(Diesel)
6,36,842 6,51,299 6,68,121 6,48,801 6,66,710 6,50,571 6,56,570   Get On Road Price  
CRDi Asta Option
(Diesel)
6,97,488 7,13,022 7,31,682 7,10,524 7,14,934 7,12,294 7,19,987   Get On Road Price  
Era
(Petrol)
4,86,084 4,96,122 5,07,176 4,93,451 4,96,575 4,95,468 5,01,199   Get On Road Price  
Magna
(Petrol)
5,05,774 5,16,160 5,27,814 5,13,495 5,16,640 5,15,509 5,20,324   Get On Road Price  
Magna AT
(Petrol)
5,09,457 - 6,17,952 - 6,04,274 6,06,787 -   Get On Road Price  
Sportz
(Petrol)
5,45,558 5,45,563 5,69,512 5,53,986 5,70,579 5,56,001 5,61,200   Get On Road Price  
Asta Option
(Petrol)
6,05,134 6,17,288 6,31,955 6,14,620 6,17,891 6,16,636 6,23,520   Get On Road Price  
Asta Option AT
(Petrol)
6,05,134 - 7,10,272 - 6,94,033 6,96,434 -   Get On Road Price  

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  • Confused and Disappointed.
    By Gale Kathleen| November 23, 2013 | 70504 Views
    Look and Style: It looks great. No issues with the appearance. Comfort is also equally good especially spacing behind. Pickup: Not happy at all. Pick up drops frequently on long stretches of steep roads. In fact an Eon was able to outrun my car on the highway. Recently 1 day back my car batteries failed. I called the service centre and they say its... Read Full Review
  • Hyundai Grand i10 - Smart, Comfortable and Efficient
    By shamu| March 18, 2014 | 37066 Views
    I bought the Grand i10 top end petrol ASTA and I am thoroughly impressed with what it comes blessed with. Especially, the looks are quite adorable, shared from the brother, the regular i10. The variant I own has stunning set of sporty alloys, front fog lamps, chrome handles and many more. Yeah, I agree that the company could have changed the dimens... Read Full Review
  • hi im planning to buy sportz (petrol) an any one tell about mileage in the bangalore city condition
    By dr goutham| November 06, 2013 | 21082 Views
    hi im planning to buy grand (sportz) please tell me about mileage in bangalore city condition and confused with going for petrol or diesel (sportz) daily will drive 30 kms i went for td i found petriol engine performs well compared to diesel engine. Thank u ... Read Full Review
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Hyundai Grand i10 in news

  • Hyundai Introduces Airbag in Base Variants of Grand i10 and Xcent
    Posted On | April 14, 2016 | 286309 Views
    Hyundai has upgraded the safety features in three of its models namely the Xcent, the Grand i10 and the Eon. This comes after global NCAP and the Indian government expressed their concerns over the safety standards in cars. Read Full News
  • Hyundai to Launch Special Edition of Xcent and Grand i10
    Posted On | April 11, 2016 | 211008 Views
    Hyundai has announced its plans to launch special editions of the Xcent and the Grand i10 in April and May 2016, respectively. Read Full News
  • Grand i10 moves past Swift in Top 10 Selling Cars for November
    Posted On | December 09, 2015 | 7691 Views
    In a major upheaval, Hyundai Grand i10 dislodged Maruti Swift from the spot of best selling B-segment hatchback for November 2015. Although major reason for the break in sales for Swift (drop of 34% sales) was the launch of Baleno, it was Grand i10 which took advantage of the rivalry among these cars. Launched in September 2013, the South Korean car registered increase in sales by 54% and has been able to dominate Swift for the first time. Read Full News
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