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Hyundai Eon Sportz Reviews


By Ranjeet

Price: 9,03,800


Finally Hyundai has knocked the door and is ready to rock the show

Pros : Beautifully designed exteriors, elegantly designed side curves, low turning radius, very easy to handle and enables taking sharp turns without a hassle

Cons : Toughness is yet to be tested, mileage is unknown, didn’t get chance to test drive, legroom on the front side is low and car looks bit stuffy from inside

At the first glance it looked like my dream to own a wonderful looking, beautiful, gorgeous car which should be easy on my pocket and has the attitude to give me good mileage and can take care of my family at best all the time without any hassle and should suit well the requirements of my juvenile daughter and should have enough space to carry 4 passengers comfortably, believe me its hard to fulfill all the aforementioned requirements in a single go but I am surprised and astound with my mouth agape that how wonderfully Hyundai has conducted market research and has come up with a product which suits well the requirement of middle class families who are bored off Alto, Nano and Spark.

Amazingly priced, curvy side lines on the exteriors provide a sporty look. Front looks more like I-10 extended headlamps with beautifully embedded fog lights now it seems like this design has become a characteristic feature of Hyundai. Average as per dealer is close to 16kms in city traffic. After sales service of Hyundai is best in class and spares are less costly and durability of their vehicles is unquestionable.

I didn’t get the chance to explore it better and has told the dealer that by the times it comes in give me a buzz for a test drive. I will say it’s a good come back by Hyundai and Eon will be their continuous third hit. Well done!!!!

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