Hyundai i20 Towing Capacity
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- Manufacturer: Hyundai
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 43 different trims/engines for the Hyundai i20 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2010 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The i20 is a Supermini manufactured by the Korean company Hyundai since 2008. It originally debuted at the Paris Motor Show in October of that year and joined a lineup of similarly named models, the i10 and i30. Replacing the Hyundai Getz, the i20 is now largely sold in India and Europe with different designs for the specified markets.
A first-generation was built on Hyundai’s brand new platform constructed by the European Technology Centre in Russelsheim, pushing their way into the European market. The decision was made not to sell the i20 in Northern America, South Korea or the Philippines predominantly due to the existing sales of the Accent. In total, 7 different engine configurations were available, four petrol and 3 turbodiesel.
The second generation debuted in 2014 with a new exterior and interior. It was released in India in August and then in November later that year in Europe. The updated model featured new wrap-around tail lamps, reworked headlights and a hexagonal front grille. Internally, there was a black and beige dual-tone dashboard with Bluetooth and auto climate control.
The third generation (2020) should have been showcased at the 90th Geneva Motor Show on the 19th of February but unfortunately due to Covid, this was delayed. After the safety checks, the i20 didn’t fair incredibly well with the body shell integrity rated ‘unstable’ by NCAP.
Hyundai created a performance model as part of their third generation called the i20N, this had a turbo-charged GCi engine mated with a 6-speed manual transmission achieving 201 hp. The car had been specially reinforced at 12 points to improve rigidity, this helped it register 0-62 mph in 6.2 seconds and gave it a top speed of 230 km.