Is Hyundai i10 four wheel drive car?
By: Lalima on 20 june 2015
Hello Lalima !!
Grand i10 is truly a great value for money product. Boosted with refined engines (1.2-litre Kappa dual VTVT petrol and 1.1-litre U2 CRDi diesel), this car offers a smooth and pleasing driving experience. Engine options offered with the Grand i10 are - 1.2-litre Kappa2 and 1.1-litre U2 diesel engine capable of churning out 82bhp, 114Nm and 70bhp, 160Nm respectively.
Mated with 5-speed, Manual transmission gears, with power steering, available in eight colors: Crystal White, Sleek Silver
Carbon Grey, Ice Silver, Electric Red, Stone Beige, Garnet Red
Hyundai i10 variants in New Delhi range from Rs. 4,20,000 to Rs. 5,00,000.
Team Autoportal 2015-06-26
No, Hyundai i10 is not a four wheel drive, it is a front wheel drive. This car is equipped with a 1.1-litre petrol engine. It has a displacement capacity of about 1086cc. It can generate a maximum power of around 68.1bhp at 5500rpm and can produce a peak torque output of about 99.04Nm at 4500rpm. This power mill is mated with a five speed transmission gearbox.
Hyundai i10 is not a four wheel drive car.This is a small hatchback meant mainly for city traffic conditions but if you want, you can still cruise on the highways with high speeds, it offers great stability and handling. This car is blessed with 1.2 litre kappa2 petrol engine that brings out a great 85 bhp of power and 114Nm of torque. It has a five-speed, manualy transmission gears which allows it acquire high speeds on highways.
No, Hyundai’s i10 is not a four wheel drive car. Hyundai i10 is a low budget small hatchback meant for middle class people. Introducing all wheel drive feature in this small hatchback would make it expensive. It is a front wheel drive car which churns out 85 bhp of power which I think is enough for city rides and some highway trips.All wheel drive feature would ruin its fuel economy which is not at good for such an economical car.
Reem Jamal 2015-07-04
Hyundai i10 is not available in four wheel drive. Four wheel drive is generally seen in SUVs which are truly meant for rough terrain.Hyundai i10 is an economical family car not made for rough terrain ,so it is not a four wheel drive instead it is a front wheel drive which makes it suitable for in city running.Putting four wheel drive feature will make this car uneconomical and a kind of overdosed vehicle.
Four wheel drive feature is not seen in such economical hatchbacks. It is generally comes with vehicles which are made for off roading like SUVs and MPVs.Hyundai i10 is a front wheel drive car with 1.2 litre kappa2 petrol engine which pulls out about 85 bhp of power and 115Nm of torque. This of power and torque is enough for city driving conditions. Hence all wheel drive is not required.
No, Hyundai i10 is not a four wheel drive car, being a basic hatchback i10 is a front wheel drive that means engine power is restricted only to front wheels. On the other hand, in All wheel drive the engine power is splited between front and rear axle for max torque. Basically, Hyundai i10 is a budgeted car that comes with 2 engine options of petrol and CNG motors. The petrol variants boasts 1.1-litre petrol engine with displacement capacity of 1086cc and could generate maximum power of 68.1bhp at 5500rpm and peak torque output of about 99.04Nm at 4500rpm.
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