HYUNDAI IX20 REVIEW
October 24, 2019 — 12:04

The Hyundai ix20 mini MPV offers its owner a specious cabin that both looks and feels stylish. The cheapest option with the ix20 is the 1.4-litre petrol engine and to be quite honest, the 1.4-litre is probably the best option in terms of performance unless your main concern is MPG. Whilst the diesel is better, doing 65mpg, the petrol  still manages 50mpg, which isn’t exactly terrible. The shape of the ix20 does mean that body lean can become an issue around corners, however the wheels grip the road very well so it still feels sturdy. Refinement levels in the ix20 are pretty good also so your journeys should be pretty calm and tranquil, especially the petrol models.

You also get some pretty decent equipment with the ix20 including a stop start system which reduces the amount of fuel you use especially if you are caught in traffic. You get a hell of a lot in the way of safety equipment as well, including stability control, curtain airbags on the front and side, and active anti-whiplash front head restraints which all helped the Hyundai ix20 achieve is 5 star EuroNCAP rating.

You get a lot of space in the ix20 that you might not have expected, the boot set up is also pretty clever, as when you fold down the back chairs you can adjust the boot floor so it is levels with the extended floor that has been created by the folding down of the seats. Other cars in the Hyundai IX range include the Hyundai-IX35.