Hyundai Grand i10

Hyundai Grand i10

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On-Road Price, Mumbai

  7.12 Lakh

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TorqueX Review

What You'll Like

Easy-to-Drive, Good Equipment Levels, Ergonomics

What You Won't

Stiff Ride, Small Cabin

TorqueX Says

Efficient and User Friendly City Car that's Good Value Too

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1.2 Kappa Sportz DT

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Narain Says


The Grand i10 tackles rough roads quite well but the suspension never feels settled on a bumpy road. The steering doesn’t feel ultra-light as in other Hyundais and has a bit more weight which is confidence-inspiring

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Hormazd Says


The Grand i10 seems to have all the core ingredients that Indian hatchback buyers typically yearn for – smart styling, ease of use and superb fuel efficiency. All the bells and whistles and still great value for money.

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Autocar Review

Hyundai Grand i10 review, road test

I love driving, but I hate driving in Mumbai’s terrible traffic. In fact, there are times when I prefer taking the train. Here’s where the Grand i10 comes into the picture. The minute you get behind the wheel and set off, you realise that driving in a crowded city like Mumbai isn’t always a chore. It’s as simple as a flick of the steering here, and a light change of the gears there — nice.

As auto journalists, we tend to give Hyundai a bit of stick for making cars that aren’t fun to drive. There’s one thing we’ve got to hand to the carmaker though – it makes cars that are really easy to drive in the city, which is where you spend most of your time anyway. As I sat there, stuck in traffic on the way to the crowded suburbs of Andheri, (it had already passed the hour mark and I was still a good half hour away from home), I also figured why Hyundai has loaded its cars with features. It’s so you have stuff to do on your dreary commute home — lots of “What does this button do?” and “Whoa, 1GB internal storage”, which by the way is a very useful feature — you don’t have to waste your phone’s battery by connecting it via Bluetooth.

I was pretty happy with the car in the city, so I figured it was time to take it out on the highway — there’s nothing like a long drive to fully understand your car. We were headed to a little campsite near Vashind, not too far from Mumbai. With three people in the back, it was a bit of a squeeze, but it’s not uncomfortable; at least my friends didn’t seem to complain. The air-con works quite well; the rear AC vent, though a useful addition, doesn’t do much to enhance cooling.   

The highway is one place where the Grand is a mixed bag, there’s a lot of road noise and you can hear every sharp bump you go over. Also, Hyundai should have tuned the engine to get the kind of jack-of-all-trades nature of the Swift’s motor. It’s just not got the legs for the highway, you often have to downshift and give it a real push to overtake at high speeds. But like we said earlier, this is a car for relaxed driving, and primarily in the city. Over the span of three days, I would have driven over 300km, and with no signs of tiredness, so that’s saying something. It’s definitely a car I wouldn’t mind owning if I only drove to work and back and didn’t care too much about driving thrills. And my favourite part of the car? Its fuel economy — one full tank, a total of Rs 2750 and 750km on the trip computer. Sweet.

 Kedar jaidev


Hyundai Grand i10


  • Hatchback

  • Manual

  • Petrol

  • Mileage

    15 Mileage

  • Seater

    5 Seater

  • Litres

    43 Litres

  • 2 AirBags

  • Warranty

    2 Years / Unlimited kms


168 Kph


Top Speed

13.4 sec

0-100 kph stopwatch

0-100 kph


0-100 kph stopwatch

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Engine Image


Max Power

83 bhp


11.6 kgm

No of Cylinder(s)



Wheel Base

2425 mm

Ground Clearance

165 mm


256 ltrs

Turning Circle

4.8 metre


Suspension & Chassis
Front Suspension

Front Suspension

Mc Pherson Strut

Rear Suspension

Rear Suspension

Coupled Torsion Beam Axle

Steering Type

Steering Type

Electric Power Steering

Front Brakes

Front Brakes


Rear Brakes

Rear Brakes




Front: 165/65 R14, Rear: 165/65 R14


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