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Hyundai Eon

3.31 – 4.45 Lakh* *Ex-Showroom Price in New Delhi
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KeyFeatures

Hyundai Eon Key Features

Bucket Type Front Seats

Bucket Type Front Seats

Bucket type seats are made for performance oriented people who like to stick to the seats while fast cornering.

Remote Keyless Entry

Remote Keyless Entry

No need to unlock doors manually. Just press the remote and open the door.

iPod and USB Connectivity

iPod and USB Connectivity

Now connect your music system with iPod and USB to listen your favourite music.

Key Features will be different from variant to variant

Pros

  • Best-in-class looks
  • Quality interiors
  • Smooth ride

Cons

  • Small engine
  • No steering feedback
  • Unusual bonnet lever placement
Variants

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Hyundai Eon Specifications

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Mileage
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Fuel Economy claimed by the manufacturer, generally quoted in KMPL (Kilometres Per Litre) format.
Transmission
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Common term 'Gear System', essentially a mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the drive shaft.
Displacement
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It is the maximum capacity of an engine by volume. Usually quoted in 'CC' or 'Cubic Capacity' (1000cc = 1 Litre).
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21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Child Safety Locks
21.1 kmpl
Manual
814 cc
Airbags 1, Child Safety Locks
20.3 kmpl
Manual
998 cc
Child Safety Locks

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Hyundai Eon Reviews (151)

Good hatchback in small segment

Overall rating: 3 Reviewed By: Nikhil Arora on 07 May 2015
Two years back, I bought my EON Era+ model. The modern looks and curvy style of the car made me choose it among its competitors. Interiors offer you rich features. Front side leg room is very large, the rear one is also not bad. For a small family with a small budget, this car can give the pleasure of...  Read More »

Good ever

Overall rating: 3.75 Reviewed By: Shibu on 19 March 2017
Go for it  Read More »

Good car

Overall rating: 4.25 Reviewed By: Azhar on 12 March 2017
Good car in its overall performance and look.  Read More »

Good for city traffic

Overall rating: 4.25 Reviewed By: Dr Sekhar Banerjee on 16 January 2017
Mainly driving 30to 40 Kms per day.50percent city road . Very very comfortable.  Read More »

Look like a very pretty car

Overall rating: 3 Reviewed By: Sanjeev sinha on 15 January 2017
In comparison of similar price range cars eon is good car .smooth to drive.nice interiour nd good exterior.  Read More »

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Hyundai Eon Overview

Launched in 2011, the Hyundai Eon is one of the best-selling cars from the Hyundai stable. The car is aimed at the budget customers and is undoubtedly the most good-looking vehicle in its segment with amazing specs. Hyundai Eon has the best expressive face among all the cars in its segment, thanks to its fluidic design language. The tiny little car has flowing lines throughout its body and looks premium for the price it comes at.

Hyundai Eon Overview

The interiors of the Eon are pretty well-managed and do not feel claustrophobic. The plastic inside feels premium to touch and is of good quality. The huge amount of beige used inside the vehicle instantly makes the vehicle very premium to feel and the fluidic design language on the console of the vehicle makes the interiors look plush. Hyundai has installed multimedia system, in the form of CD MP3, and the system also gets Aux-in and USB ports, which are few things missing from most of the cars that fall above its segment.
The Eon draws power from a small 814 cc petrol engine. The mill makes a maximum of 56 PS and never feels underpowered if moved only around the city traffic. The gear ratios are bit odd. The driver needs to constantly take care of keeping the car in the right tune of power. Often, the gearbox has to downshift to get more juice during those overtake manoeuvres. The Eon returns a phenomenal 21.1 km per litre, as per the ARAI.

Hyundai Eon Exterior

Hyundai Eon is targeted at the youth of country and the flowing futuristic looks inspired by the fluidic design language make the car look very stylish. The car does not look like anything like its competitors. Hyundai has designed the car smartly. With the visible lines on both sides of the car, and great detailing done to the grille and headlamps, it does look premium and expensive.

Hyundai Eon Exterior

The long swept-back headlamps, neatly-designed fog lamp scoops on the bumper, cool-looking grille, creased bonnet and muscular body with design lines flowing right from the headlamps to the tail make the small car very unique in its segment, and surely make it very aggressive and premium.

With an overall length of 3495 mm and width of 1500 mm, the Eon is pretty compact and the design lines with the expressive attention to detail make the vehicle look very nice. Hyundai sells the car in bright sizzling colours, like Pristine Blue, Maharaja Red, Sleep Silver and many others, with body-coloured bumpers, making the vehicle a good attraction on road. The quality of materials is not very good but not very bad either. Apart from the thin body it comes with, the quality of plastic and finishing is really good. Hyundai Eon is the best-looking entry-level hatchback by any means.

Eon does not offer alloy wheels, but Hyundai has fitted elegant full wheel covers complete with a wheel hub in the Eon. The wheelbase of Eon is 2380 mm, which provides good stability to the car. Eon is offered in two different sets of wheels according to the trim of the vehicle. The base- and mid-level variants - D Lite, D Lite Plus and Era, get 145/80 12-inch wheels, while the Magna, Magna Plus and Sportz variants get larger 13-inch 155/70 profile tyres. Eon comes with tubeless tyres, which increases the safety of the car.

Hyundai Eon Exterior

Steel rims are painted in black and covered with a 10-spoke Hyundai’s signature diamond cut type wheel cover. The wheels are connected to McPherson Strut with coil spring and torsion beam for more comfort. The anti-roll bar suspension adds more safety to the Eon.

Hyundai Eon Interior

Hyundai Eon has very well-thought interior. It is airy and has a cheerful feeling to it. The materials used inside are of very good quality and the finishing of everything is done in a very nice way. Being tall, there is a lot of room inside. The legroom and headroom is ample for four adults and a kid to sit in the vehicle comfortably. Hyundai has used a lot of beige colour to make the car feel premium from the inside. The dashboard has been designed in a curvy and flowing way, and the car feels amazing, especially with the price tag it comes with. Hyundai has tried to keep things very simple and as informative as possible. The instrument panel, for instance, has only three neat pods displaying every information about the vehicle. The steering wheel feels proportionate to the interiors and feels good to hold.

Hyundai Eon Interior

The storage inside the Eon is well managed. On the centre column, the Eon gets a good audio system with premium features. The highlight of interior would be the gear shift indicator that aids the driver in saving a lot of fuel. The small budget car also comes with tilt-steering and front power windows for easy access. The centre console features tiny chrome dipped buttons, which looks snazzy. However, Hyundai could have done a better job on this part.

Hyundai Eon has good quality seats and they don’t easily fatigue the occupants. The cabin space, however, is smaller than that of Alto or even Nano. With a boot space of 215 lires, the Hyundai Eon offers a good amount of space for the price it comes at.

Even though the Hyundai Eon is an entry-level hatchback in the market, it is equipped with advanced features. The car gets integrated music system with many advanced features, like radio, CD player, AUX-in, ipod connectivity and USB. These features are often missing from most of the expensive cars and Hyundai has done a good job by providing these unexpected features in the vehicle. There is a set-up of four speakers in the car, which plays the sound relatively well.

Hyundai Eon Interior

To manage the space in a better way; Hyundai has installed accessories, like rear parcel tray, cup holders and bottle holders around the vehicle. There are also map pockets and floor console storage for additional space. Hyundai has really thought well about the Eon and its space management.

Hyundai Eon Engine & Transmission

The engine of Eon is derived from the reliable Santro workhouse. Even though it is only a 3-cylinder engine, it stays peppy, and with the iRDE technology, the engine of Eon stays reliable and fuel efficient.

Hyundai Eon Engine & Transmission

Hyundai Eon carries an 814 cc, 3-cylinder, 9-valve SOHC engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine derives a maximum power of 55.2 bhp (56 PS) and 7.6 Kgm of peak torque. The engine of the LPG model is similarly powered but returns a better fuel efficiency than the petrol model. The Hyundai Eon can do a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in like 21.1 seconds and the compact hatchback can reach a top-speed of 135 km per hour. The 3-cylinder set-up does vibrate a bit, but that is ignorable given the performance of the vehicle.

The Eon comes with a fuel tank capacity of 32 litres while the LPG models get a tank capacity of 32 litres. Hyundai Eon gets an ARAI certificate of 21.1 km per litre, which is exceptional in its class. The car performs very well in the city road conditions but runs out of breath as soon as it sees open highways.

Hyundai Eon’s dry weight is less than 800 kilos, with the frugal 3-cylinder engine. With 814 cc displacement and the maximum power of 55.2 bhp, the car can be stamped as a decently-powered hatchback. The 5-speed manual transmission sends the power to the front wheels. The hatchback does alright when it comes to the city traffic speed. Eon can touch the 100 km-per-hour mark from standstill in 21.1 seconds.

Hyundai Eon Engine & Transmission

The iRDE engine can power the Eon to the speed of up to 135 km per hour. Being small, the engine is peppy and can zip through the road. The LPG version of the vehicle does get some load in form of LPG cylinder but even then, the Eon feels quick and gets its way easily around the traffic.

Hyundai has fitted a 3-cylinder, 9-valve engine in the Eon. The engine generates a moderate 55.2 bhp at 5500 rpm and a maximum torque of 7.6 Kgm at 4000 rpm. The power is transmitted through a 5-speed manual gearbox. With car weighing just 795 kg, Hyundai Eon never feels underpowered. The car is rated above its main rival Maruti Alto 800. With its small body and frugal engine, the Eon can negotiate most of the city roads with ease.

Hyundai Eon Engine & Transmission

Being a 3-cylinder set-up, the Eon does make noises when ripped hard on open stretches. There are also noticeable vibrations when the car is tested to its limits. The car is not made for open highways and with the kind of engine it comes with, it justifies the price tag and its capability on city roads more than often.

Hyundai Eon Mileage

The ARAI-certified mileage of Hyundai Eon is 21.1 kmpl, thanks to its small 3-cylinder engine. The commendable fuel efficiency of Hyundai Eon is better than most of the cars in the segment and with petrol price soaring, Eon is a smart choice when it comes to the small hatchback segment. The 814 cc engine from the Korean manufacturer produces a maximum of 56bhp and 76 Nm of maximum torque. That is decent power and combined with good fuel efficiency, Eon is a smart choice.
Because of the small 3-cylinder engine, Hyundai Eon returns commendable fuel efficiency. ARAI certifies Eon with an efficiency of 21.1 km per litre, which is better than most of the cars in the segment and with petrol price soaring, Eon is a smart choice in the small hatchback segment. The 814 cc engine from the Korean manufacturer produces a maximum power of 56 PS and 7.6 Kgm of maximum torque. That is decent power combined with good fuel efficiency, which makes Eon a smart choice.

Hyundai Eon Mileage

Eon is also available with LPG fuel option as a standard fitment from the company, which further reduces the running cost of the vehicle. Eon gets 5-speed manual transmission across its all variants, which enables the car to achieve the good fuel efficiency. Hyundai equips the car with various features, like Alternator Management System in the top trim, which further helps in reducing the fuel consumption and increases the overall performance. The direct competitor Maruti Alto is certified with an efficiency of 20.2 km per litre, which gives Eon an edge over Alto in a country driven my fuel efficient vehicles.

Even though ARAI certifies the car with 21.1 km per litre, in real world conditions, the average fuel efficiency drops somewhere around 20, which is still better than any of its competitor.

Hyundai Eon Mileage

Eon is also available with LPG fuel option as a standard fitment from the company, which further reduces the running cost of the vehicle. Eon gets 5-speed manual transmission across its all variants, which enables the car to achieve the good fuel efficiency. Hyundai equips the car with various features like Alternator Management System in the top trim, which further helps in reducing the fuel consumption and increases the overall performance. The direct competitor, Maruti Alto is certified with an efficiency of 20.2 km per litre, which gives Eon an edge over Alto in a country driven my fuel efficient vehicles.

Even though ARAI certifies the car with 21.1 km per litre, in real world conditions, the average fuel efficiency drops somewhere around 20, which is still better than any of its competitor.

Hyundai Eon Braking and Safety

Hyundai has partly taken care of the safety by equipping the vehicle with a single driver side airbag. The reinforced cage of Eon is remarkably strong and has crumple zones to absorb the impact in an event of collision. There are impact beams on the doors of the car, making it pretty safe and strong. Even the floor of the Eon has impact beams to keep the cage safe.

Hyundai Eon Braking and Safety

There are self-restraining seat belts for the driver and all the passengers. Eon also offers child safety lock on the rear doors, which refrains children from opening the doors from inside the vehicle. The Eon also comes with a remote control security system for convenience. The Eon is pretty loaded on paper, but most of these features come with the top variants only. Otherwise, Eon is a pretty sorted-out vehicle.

The top trim also features fog lamps and engine immobilizer, which are not generally seen in this segment. In short, the car is feature rich, but most versions don’t have them!

Hyundai Eon Performance and Handling

The handling of Eon, owing to its small wheelbase, is remarkably good for its segment. The short turning radius enables the car to do quick moves in traffic or narrow town roads. The Eon is perfect for city due its small size. Ride quality of the vehicle is decent. The gas-type shock absorbers provide optimum comfort for the occupants and the McPherson struts give the vehicle that stability. The steering is very light, making Eon well suited for Indian roads, but there is no or very little feedback from the steering wheel, making it a lifeless and boring car to drive.

Hyundai Eon Performance and Handling

Hyundai Eon comes with disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. The brakes have good bite and can bring the car to a stop within a small distance. The car can come to standstill from 100 km per hour in 3.52 seconds, given the dry road conditions. There is good amount of body roll present due to soft suspensions, which are tuned to give maximum comfort to the occupants, but the set-up does make driving scary around the fast corners.

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