Hyundai i20 Active, utilitarian to crossover

Hyundai i20 Active, a utility with SUV suitHyundai i20 Active, a utility with SUV suitHyundai i20 Active, a utility with SUV suitHyundai i20 Active, a utility with SUV suit

Hyundai releases the name Active in your i20 to distinguish his version crossover, developed from the five-door body. A model called to compete with cars cutting the Citroën C4 Cactus, Fiat 500L Trekking, Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur among others. Outwardly is distinguished by its special bumpers, with round fog lights integrated generous front and rear size and feature hexagonal grille, now inverted; the protections doors in black plastic; the wheel; the side skirts; the silver roof bars; the fuel cap matching and roof spoiler.

He Inside the Hyundai i20 Active exhibits metal pedals specific upholstery and a choice of different details in orange "Tangerine" or blue "Morning."

But Hyundai i20 Active not only it has cosmetic changes. So, for driving on unpaved areas more easily it is high the height from his bodywork to the ground 20 mm, while the seats are positioned slightly higher to better control the flow from the steering wheel. And it has done well, it still enjoys great dynamism while posture is natural, with good ergonomics of all controls. It does not have all-wheel drive versions, It does not even have electronic control systems such as that of descensos- to increase their range per field.

Hyundai i20 Active rearHyundai Active 1.0 T-GDI, great little engine

With version Active, It premieres for the entire range Hyundai i20, And five-door coupe included a new tricilíndrico engine liter developed by the department of Hyundai in Germany to meet European customer demand. It belongs to the well-known family of thrusters Kappa, with a block-aluminum overhanging its compactness and lightness. Has exhaust manifold integrated in the cylinder head direct injection, turbo, continuous and variable valve timing.

He 1.0 T-GDI engine It is available with two power levels: 100 and 120 hp, with a different electronic management in each. Not surprisingly, both have 17.5 mkg maximum torque at 1,500 rpm, with the difference that the smallest reaches the maximum power at 4,500 rpm vs. 6,000 large; it is not "castrated" electronically. At idle, vibrations typical three-cylinder architecture are relatively well contained, though not to the degree of sophistication of the engine Ford EcoBoost 1.0 or the 1.2 PureTech PSA. If approaching these for your reply, with surprising performance. It does not have much power at low revs, so requiring work with change, but the version of 120 hp feels brimming medium and high. Up fast laps and overtaking stretch allows the gears to cut without signs of faintness. All this with consumption, failing to measure in our regular tours with precise instrumental our Technical Center, it seems more than reasonable, even when mercilessly hurries the chances of your drive.

Hyundai i20 ActiveHyundai i20 Active, also in Diesel

The option Diesel at Hyundai i20 Active It defined with 1.4 CRDi 90 hp associated with a manual transmission 6 speed, as in the 1.0 T-GDI 120, while the 100 uses one of 5. There is, in any case, automatic transmission option.

Both versions Active like the rest of the family Hyundai i20 with engine 1.0 T-GDI are already on sale at a discount of 1,607.50 euros for petrol and for diesel 2542.50. To this, you can subtract another 1,400 euros if you choose to finance operations through the brand, which turn over 60 percent of customers Hyundai. It is available with trim levels Klass, Techno and Style, with a price ranging from 16,707 euros Of the version 1.0 T-GDI 100 Klass 20,357 of the 1.0 T-GDI 120 Style Orange; with introductory discount included but not the funding.

respect to Hyundai i20 five-door, the Active represent an increase in the price of 1,000 euros attributable to both their aesthetic differences, damping ... but also to the inclusion of alloy wheels in Klass or techno, growing from 16 a17 ".

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