Hyundai i10 diesel launch expected soon
Amidst the launches of a series of diesel variants of the popular cars in the Indian market like Chevrolet Beat and Etios diesel, Hyundai India is expected to roll-out Hyundai i10 diesel very soon. At present, Hyundai i10 is one of the highest selling among the Hyundai portfolio cars in the country, and the launch of a diesel version will certainly give it an edge over the competitors like Wagon R and A-Star (available in only petrol version).
The Hyundai i10 is already available in diesel version in the foreign markets, where it is powered by a 1.1-liter turbocharged CRDi diesel engine. This engine unit is capable of delivering a peak power of 75PS @ 4000 rpm and maximum torque of 153 Nm @ 1900-2750rpm. The powerful engine of i10 diesel is coupled by a five speed manual transmission.
In recent months, gap between petrol and diesel prices has broadened considerably. This has ultimately resulted in a major shift of buyers towards diesel variants of cars in India. The ongoing scenario has forced car makers to advance the launches of diesel variants of their cars, as there has been a sudden increase in the customer queries related to the launch of diesel versions of cars.
Going one step ahead in the competition, US based leading car maker General Motors and Japanese auto giant Toyota have already launched the diesel version of their popular compact series cars Chevrolet Beat and Etios Liva, respectively. Beat diesel was launched in July 2011, while the Etios Diesel has marked its debit recently.
for sure, i am hooked on the i10 kappa 1.2, and i am eagerly awaiting the diesel avatar of i10. if hyundai rolls out the diesel in early 2013, you have a stunning game-changer on our hands.November 29 , 2011 by Reghuram
can i 10 petrol be retrofitted with the diesel engineNovember 14 , 2011 by Jayandran
i want my new maruti ritz with new i 10 diesalNovember 13 , 2011 by Harish Kaushik
i10 in diesel will have a winning edge over all the other cars in the market provided it has a turbo charged engine like the swift, the swift engine has just raw power beneath it, but the drive quality is better with hyundai,also the pricing shud be competitive enuf.September 13 , 2011 by Sameer Wadiwalla
I suggest M/T and A/T diesel version of I 10. I am a user of I 10 petrol A/T and am happy with the vehicleSeptember 10 , 2011 by Sam
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