Active i20 along drive

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This car is a run of the mill hatchback which we can expect to find in most of the roads across the country due to its highly competitive pricing and the Excellent value for money it offers. While the car does resemble the Elite across all angles, there is a lot of difference between both the offerings. Up front, the i20 Active gets a new bumper and grille – this seems like an inverted replica of the same design that is found on the Elite. The headlamps are majorly same but get projectors and day time running lights. Likewise, the fog lamps are new and get a cornering function. The lower part of the front design is dominated by a silver skid plate and black matt finish. Viewed from the side, the new i20 Active gets roof rails, new look alloy wheels and black cladding that also runs along the wheel arches. The rear of the car is also interesting with a new bumper, skid plate and slightly odd looking circular design insertions on either ends. Overall, the i20 Active looks smart on the move and the raised suspension adds to the muscle of the car. Not much has changed on the inside and the i20 Active continues to offer impressive passenger space. Touch and feel of the cabin is excellent and feature list is one of the best in the segment. Hyundai is offering two colour options for the interior which includes black / orange and black / blue. The former looks better in our opinion and adds to a tinge of sportiness on the inside. The i20 Active also gets sporty aluminium pedals. Passenger comfort remains high and the car also comes with a massive boot (for a hatchback). Mechanically, the car comes with the same engine options as the Elite which means you get both the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.4-litre diesel units. What Hyundai has done is play with the gear ratios to provide a peppier drive. The engines feel more responsive as the ratios are slightly shorter. As a result, low end punch, especially from the diesel unit, is far better. Fuel economy hasn’t taken a bit hit and ARAI certified economies stand at 17.19kmpl and 21.19 kmpl for the petrol and diesel versions.

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