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Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New

The Grand i10 hatchback has been a very successful model for Hyundai in World. It continues to sell in very strong numbers and is easily one of the best hatchbacks on sale today. Last year, Hyundai took the wraps off the 2017 Hyundai i10 for the European market. It features updates to the exteriors and interiors. These updates have made it to the World-spec Grand i10 as well. We compare the upcoming Hyundai Grand i10 facelift with the outgoing model to find out what’s new. Read our Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New comparison to know more

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Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model Price Comparison

Grand i10 Petrol New Model Ex-showroom Senegal Price Old Model Ex-showroom Senegal Price
Era Rs. 4.58 Lakh Rs 4.91 Lakh
Magna Rs. 5.23 Lakh Rs. 5.18 Lakh
Magna AT Rs. 5.99 Lakh Rs. 5.96 Lakh
Sportz Rs. 5.66 Lakh Rs. 5.64 Lakh
Sportz (O) Rs. 5.97 Lakh
Sportz (O) AT Rs. 6.83 Lakh
Asta Rs. 6.40 Lakh
Asta (O) Rs. 6.10 Lakh
Asta (O) AT Rs. 6.85 Lakh

According to the price list of the new Grand i10, the base Era variant is now cheaper. The mid level Magna and Sportz trims of the Grand i10 now cost a little more. Thanks to the addition of features, the top end Asta trim costs around Rs. 30,000 more than the older car. Hyundai has added a new Sportz (O) variant and renamed Asta (O) as Asta. Also, the petrol automatic variants of the Grand i10 are no longer be available in the top-end Asta trim.

Hyundai Grand i10 New Model Ex-showroom Senegal Price Old Model Ex-showroom Senegal Price
Era Rs. 5.68 Lakh Rs. 5.78 Lakh
Magna Rs. 6.16 Lakh Rs. 6.06 Lakh
Sportz Rs. 6.59 Lakh Rs. 6.38 Lakh
Sportz (O) Rs. 6.90 Lakh
Asta Rs 7.33 Lakh
Asta (O) Rs. 6.99 Lakh

Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model- Exterior Comparison

Designers have made some modifications to the nose of the car. The facelift features a new ‘cascading’ grille design and a new bumper. Foglamp enclosures are new as well. Top end Asta trim also features LED daytime running lights. When viewed from the side, there is not much that sets the old and new models apart. There is an all new alloy wheel design on offer.

At the back, the Grand i10 facelift gets a new bumper. It features a massive black insert that houses the number plate and the new circular reflector units/fog lamps. Other than that, there aren’t any other changes. New exterior features include

  • New front bumper
  • Cascading type new front grille
  • Dual tone rear bumpers with circular reflectors
  • New 14 inch diamond cut alloys
  • LED daytime running lamps

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Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model- Interior Comparison

The cabin of the new Grand i10 does not feature any major updates. It boasts the same design as the outgoing model. The only additions are in the form of new features. The 2017 Hyundai Grand i10 facelift comes with a 7 inch touchscreen AVN and automatic climate control. The second from top Sportz and Sportz (O) trims get a 5 inch touchscreen. Apart from that, there won’t be any changes. The new model gets the same high quality cabin that we have come to expect from all Hyundai products.

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Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model- Specifications

New Hyundai Grand i10 Petrol Specifications
Engine 1.2 L Petrol
Max. Power 81 BHP
Peak Torque 114 Nm
Transmission 5-Speed Manual or 4-speed AT
Kerb Weight -NA-
Fuel Mileage 19.77 KMPL

The 1.2 L petrol engine has been carried over. This unit makes 81 BHP and 114 Nm and comes with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic. However, the diesel engine is a new 1.2 L unit. It puts out a max power of 75 PS and a peak torque of 190 Nm. The 1.1 Diesel that powered the older model made 70 BHP and 160 Nm. Diesel Grand i10 gets only a 5-speed manual transmission.

New Hyundai Grand i10 Diesel Specifications
Engine 1.2-litre Diesel
Max. Power 74 bhp
Peak Torque 190 Nm
Transmission 5-Speed Manual
Kerb Weight -NA-
Fuel Mileage 24.4 KMPL

Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model- Mileage Comparison

New Model Old Model
Hyundai Grand i10 Petrol Mileage 19.77 KMPL (MT) 18.9 KMPL (MT)

16.95 KMPL (AT)

Hyundai Grand i10 Diesel Mileage 24.4 KMPL 24 KMPL

There is a slight increase in the claimed ARAI fuel efficiency figures. The new 1.2 L diesel that powers the 2017 Grand i10 is more frugal.

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Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model- Dimensions

New Hyundai Grand i10 Old Hyundai Grand i10
Length 3765mm 3765 mm
Width 1660 mm 1660 mm
Height 1520 mm 1520 mm
Wheelbase 2425 mm 2425 mm

There are no changes in the overall dimensions of the Grand i10, even with the addition of new bumpers.

Hyundai Grand i10 Old vs New Model Comparison Verdict

The launch of the 2017 Hyundai Grand i10 facelift adds some much needed features to the car’s equipment list. It also helps freshen things up.

  • Design – The new model looks sportier. There is a new grille along with new front and rear bumpers on offer. New Grand i10 also gets LED DRLs.
  • Features – There are a handful of new additions to the features list including a new touchscreen AVN and automatic climate control.
  • Specifications – Hyundai has replaced the 1.1 L diesel with a new 1.2 L engine. The petrol engine remains the same.
  • Price – While the base variant is now cheaper, the top end variant costs more thanks to extra features.

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