New Hyundai i20 receives 30,000 bookings in 40 Days

The recently launched all new Hyundai i20 received around 30,000 bookings in 40 days since the premium hatchback was launched.

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Hyundai Motor India, the second largest passenger vehicle maker in India, said it’s already delivered 10,000 units of the new i20 so far.

Commenting on the matter Hyundai Motor India Director (Sales, Marketing & Service) Tarun Garg said “We are witnessing a truly superlative customer response for the all-new i20 that has captivated the hearts and minds of Indian customers with its futuristic design and advanced technologies,”

The company confirmed that around 85 per cent of the bookings were for the higher trims of the all-new i20. The all-new Hyundai i20 was launched on November 5 and prices for the hatchback start from Rs. 6.79 lakh and go all the way upto Rs 11.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

The fourth generation of the i20 is available with both petrol and diesel engines and rivals the likes of Toyota Glanza, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, and Tata Motors Altroz. The 1.2-litre petrol manual variants of the i20 are priced between Rs 6.79 lakh and Rs 9.19 lakh while the automatic trims are tagged at Rs 8.59 lakh and Rs 9.69 lakh respectively.

Likewise, the 1-litre turbo petrol variants with IMT technology are priced at Rs 8.79 lakh and Rs 9.89 lakh while the seven-speed DCT trims are tagged at Rs 10.66 lakh and Rs 11.17 lakh.

Prices for the 1.5-litre diesel variants start from Rs 8.19 lakh and go upto Rs 10.59 lakh. Hyundai India said all prices are introductory and would remain effective till December.

Hyundai i20 Bookings

  • The all-new i20 received 30,000 bookings in 40 days since launch
  • 85% of bookings are for the higher trims
  • Prices for the new i20 start from Rs. 6.79 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)

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