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Hyundai Grand i10X displayed at 2016 Indonesia Auto Show (GIIAS)

Hyundai Grand i10X 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

The Grand i10X has been in the Indonesian market for quite some time now.

The Hyundai Grand i10X is being displayed at 2016 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS). Yes, you guessed it right, the i10X is nothing but a soft crossover version of the Grand i10X.

Available exclusively in Indonesia, the Grand i10X receives crossover add-ons such as a black front bumper with silver skid plate, LED daytime running lights on fog light housings, black lower body cladding, special alloy wheel design, partially blacked out C-pillar, spoiler, chrome exhaust finisher and diffuser.

Hyundai Grand i10X 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

The Grand i10X is available only in fully loaded trim.

The interior is identical to that of the ordinary Grand i10 hatchback but the cross version adopts dual-tone black and beige color theme (steering wheel also gets beige insert). The centre console houses a different music system compared to the one seen on India-spec hatchback.

Under the Grand i10X’s hood is a 1.25-litre Kappa petrol motor wich is paired to a standard 5-speed manual transmission. The motor produces 85 PS and 120 Nm of torque. Top end gets dual front airbags, ABS, power windows, audio system, fog lights, etc.

Hyundai Grand i10X 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

The interior gets dual-tone treatment.

Also read – Hyundai i20 makes Indonesian debut at 2016 GIIAS

Hyundai India already has a soft crossover version of the i20 called the Active and hence is not very keen introducing the smaller Grand i10X here. The made-in-India i20 which is also on display at the GIIAS will be launched in Indonesia shortly.

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