Spied – Production Hyundai ix25 4WD snapped in China (India-bound)

Posted on: Jul 30, 2014 - 12:09pm IST

The production ready Hyundai ix25 mini SUV is getting snapped at regular intervals in China and seen here is the 4WD variant of the car, in what could likely be a mid-level trim (as the ix25 in these images is devoid of a rear wiper).

Hyundai ix25 AWD spied front
The Hyundai ix25 is expected to go on sale in China on October 9.

The ix25, which is rumored to go on sale in China on October 9, will be offered in a total of seven variants, with two engine options. Reports say that three of the seven variants would benefit from the AWD system. The system will find its place in both engine options.

The base engine is a 1.6-liter while the more powerful motor is a 2.0-liter unit. Both engines will come paired to 6-speed manual and automatic gearboxes. In terms of dimensions, the ix25 measures 4,270 mm in length, 1,780 mm in width, 1,630 mm in height and 2,590 mm in wheelbase.

Hyundai ix25 AWD spied rear
The ‘4WD’ badging on the bootlid gives this model away.

Hyundai India will address the compact SUV segment next year with the ix25.

Competitors: Ford EcoSport, Nissan Juke, Renault Duster, Fiat 500X, Honda Vezel, Mahindra Scorpio

Expected price in India: INR 8-10 lakh ex-showroom

Hyundai ix25 Production Version – Image Gallery

Hyundai ix25 Pre-Production Version – Image Gallery

[Spy images from Auto Sohu]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Production Hyundai ix25 4WD snapped in China (India-bound)

  1. Amol Salunke says:

    Where is AWD/4WD model… if Hyundai does not launch AWD version for Creta with all the featuers such as Panaromic Sunroof, then it will lose the race from begining itself, Already Renual duster and XUV500 has it and Nissan Terrano, Ecosport and S cross will be launched with AWD feature in next 1-2 months… so it is in interest of Hyundai to launch Creta with AWD and other features right now itself… or it will lose the business

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  2. sandeep says:

    Thank you to Hyundai India bringing this car to India, look at Honda who wants to launch a ugly brio based suv instead of the HR-V/Vezel well lets see if they still change their mind & also launch the HR-V/Vezel here

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