The least polluting model in Hyundai’s UK range, the i20 Blue, is coming in strongly, “attacking” its European rivals like the Polo BlueMotion with low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
According to the South Korean auto maker, the i20 Blue entry-level Comfort variant is powered by a 1.4 liter CRDI engine, developing 89 BHP, fitted with the stop/start technology, rear wheel air deflectors and low rolling resistance tires.
Average fuel consumption of the i20 Blue is just 76.4 mpg and its CO2 emissions are down from 111g/km to 98g/km, thanks to the air deflectors, tires and the stop/start system.
The Hyundai i20 Blue is exempt from the London congestion charge and road tax and because the hatchback has an average fuel consumption of 76.4 mpg that means you will drive 755 miles with a 63 pounds tank of fuel.
Priced at 13.195 pounds, the i20 Blue comes with 15 inch alloy wheels, electric heated and folding door mirrors, electric front and rear windows, Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, USB, AC, remote central locking and steering wheel audio controls as standard.