Do you have an idea about the new features that would make into the 2016 Grand i10?
By: Abhishek Pandey on 21 december 2015
There's no such news that gives the detail about this. There may be plans for this but no news yet.
Hyundai Grand i10 is the new entry-level diesel model for the Korean manufacturer. The Grand i10 slots-in between the i10 and the i20, offering stylish looks and many segment first features. The new model is developed in India and will soon be exported to European markets. The highlight of the next-generation car is the all-new 1.1-litre diesel engine developing 70bhp and 160Nm.
At the rear, things further gets better with the first-in-segment rear AC vents, bettering the job of cooling down the cabin faster. The additional 100 mm of length and 40 mm of longer wheelbase that we talked about earlier makes its usefulness in the rear seat space. Three adults can travel in reasonable comfort thanks to lots of legroom and the shoulder room is also commendable. The rear seats can be folded down for additional luggage space but they are not 60-40 split.
The Grand i10 gets a McPherson Strut to the front and coupled torsion beam axle to the rear for its suspension setup. Focus has been largely on the riding comfort more than handling and this shows in the Grand i10 soaking up the bumps with a slight thud. Straight line ability for high speeds is good but around the curves and bends, you will feel the body roll more than you will like. But for most of the part, the Grand i10 handles neutrally without any surprises and without any fun either.
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