Hyundai is preparing an upgrade for the battle of A-segmnet hatchbacks, as its artillery, Eon, is getting outdated.
Maruti has launched new Alto K10 and that calls for spreadsheet work to lay out technical specification comparison with its rivals Hyundai Eon and Datsun Go.
Just as we enter second half of 2014, carmakers have revised their discount schemes. Compared to months of May and June, most manufacturers have lowered the discount rates, while only few retain similar offer. Topping the list is Chevrolet, followed by Ford, Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai amongst others.
Hyundai has plopped a new 1.0 litre Kappa engine into its Eon hatchback to make it more peppy and fun to drive. We just drove the new Eon 1.0 L and the 0.8 L variant back to back to compare their drivability in city traffic.
Hyundai Eon 1.0 Kappa engine is available in Magna+ variant at an ex-showroom price (New Delhi) of Rs. 383,130. Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has introduced an advanced 1.0 Litre Kappa engine for the new 1.0 Litre Eon, alongside the 0.8 litre Eon. Euro 5 ready 1.0 Litre Kappa petrol engine is equipped with Dual VTVT tech.
The Korean automaker’s new entry level hatchback Eon is now available with a more powerful engine. Hyundai Eon 1.0L has been launched in India. Hyundai has commenced dispatching the Eon 1.0L to dealers who on their part have already commenced bookings for a down payment of INR 10,000. With confirmed bookings, dealers have assured delivers in three weeks.
Hyundai has started accepting bookings for their new 1.0 liter Eon, which is only available in one mid spec Magna variant. Deliveries are slated for early May and Hyundai has priced the Eon Magna at INR 3.85 lakhs ex showroom Mumbai.