Best car for small family
Pros : Good styling, bold looking exteriors, spacious rear side, good mileage, broad tyres, small turning radius, and much powerful engine
Cons : Material used to build interiors is tacky, rear side decreases its overall styling, fuel efficiency is not tested and front seat’s legroom is cramped and is not at all made for tall people
I took test drive of the much awaited Hyundai’s Eon. At the very first look it reminded me of Verna fluidic. Exteriors are wonderfully designed and front portion styling is much similar to i-10 and Verna fluidic, especially the headlamps it seems like stretched sporty headlights has now become a characteristic feature of the Hyundai vehicles.
Exteriors, as I said are amazingly designed with curves of Verna and styling of i-10 however the rear side is not smart enough and it looks like designers were in hurry while portraying Hyundai’s ticket to win the hottest segment but for overall styling I will give it 4/5.
We took car to NH9, I drove it for sometime but get bored soon, it looked less powerful to me however specifications says its more powerful than Alto. Adding to the dissatisfaction, a/c is no good and you have to put it off on uphill areas. Front seats are cramped and the most uncomfortable aspect of the vehicle not at all designed taking tall people into consideration. Rear side is somewhat spacious and boot space is just equitable. Suspensions are good and car turns like water, turning radius is much low. Lower variants are deprived of features like power steering and power windows. After looking at the overall characteristics it would not be wrong to call it an ultimate vehicle for city driving. A nice, stylish, bold car in a price band of 2.5 to 4 lac suites well the aspirations of all especially youngsters.