Spied – Hyundai Eon 1.0L variant arrives at dealerships

Posted on: Apr 28, 2014 - 9:40am IST

Hyundai has commenced dispatching the Hyundai Eon 1.0-liter variant to its dealerships. These images snapped by a Motor Trend reader show the Eon 1L inside a showroom.

Hyundai Eon 1.0-liter spied badge
The Eon 1L gets a distinctive badge on the bootlid.

The Eon 1L is identified on the outside thanks to a “1.0” badge located on the bootlid. Another image of the engine of the car shows the “1.0” identification on the plastic cover. We find no other styling changes, or badges for that matter, on the Eon 1L.

Hyundai Eon 1.0-liter spied engine
The Eon 1L gets a three-cylinder engine from the European i10.

The Eon 1L borrows its three-cylinder engine from the European i10. This motor produces 65 bhp and 9.7 kgm of torque and comes matched to a 5-speed manual gearbox. While Hyundai haven’t officially launched this variant, a report suggests that the Eon 1L will come only in the Magna trim with standard features such as power windows, air conditioning, power steering, engine immobilizer, keyless entry and 13-inch steel wheels.

Hyundai Eon 1.0-liter spied rear three quarter
Expect Hyundai to officially launch the Eon 1L soon.

The Eon 1L is priced at INR 3.85 lakhs (ex-Showroom, Mumbai). As compared to the Eon 1L, the regular Eon features an 814 cc three-cylinder engine producing 56 PS and 7.6 kgm of torque. While the regular Eon rivals cars like the Maruti Alto 800, the Eon 1L will go up against the Alto K10 and the newly-launched Datsun Go.

Hyundai Eon 1.0L Competitors

Datsun Go review front three quarter Maruti Alto K10 front three quarter press shot Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

[Images from Motor Trend]

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One thought on “Spied – Hyundai Eon 1.0L variant arrives at dealerships

  1. Venu says:

    Hyundai is very funny company. Even though their service and products are good…..their product range is very very limited. Some times I feel, they are very confident on their products…so they make decisions in their own way rather driven by customer / market demand. Usually they enter every segment very very late and will be happy positioning their product at a premium and are satisfied with limited numbers….possibly the company seems to be defensive rather offensive to grab segment and volumes.


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