Hyundai EON

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₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.63 Lakh
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EON Specifications
Engine 814 cc
Power 55 Bhp bhp
Transmission Manual
Turbo Charger No

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Things We Like in EON
  • Nice looking modern design at this price point
  • Good quality interiors with impressive fit and finish
  • One of the best city commuters
Things We Dont Like in EON
  • Oldest car in its class, needs updation inside out
  • High-speed instability
  • NVH levels need improvement

Price List of EON

Variant Price Specifications  
New ₹ 3.37 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
814 cc, 55 Bhp bhp, Manual, Petrol
1.0 Magna Plus Option O ₹ 4.63 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
998 cc, 68.05 bhp, Manual, Petrol

Hyundai EON Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.64 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.60 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.66 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.60 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 3.33 - ₹ 4.63 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 3.30 - ₹ 4.63 Lakh

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Review of EON

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Hyundai breached the entry-level segment which was long dominated by Maruti Suzuki. And this was possible with its state-of-the-art product Eon launched in 2011. This was the straightforward challenge to Maruti’s money-spinning model Alto and Eon countered it quite well with its style statement and upmarket interiors. Over the years, Hyundai Eon has been given several updates including the powerful 1.0L engine and the recent Sports Edition with lots of styling changes. Still, the car has been a strong player in the segment, capable of withstanding the force even from Renault Kwid and Datsun redi-GO.
At the outside, it’s the fluidic design language which has earned Eon an overwhelming response from across the country. The compact dimension is what every budget buyer sees in a practical city runabout. The design makes every other budget car look outdated. The hexagonal grille has been a part of fluidic design theme while the large wraparound headlamps that look pretty considerable.
At the sides, there is a steep curve on the shoulder while the wheel arches are beefed up which is a brilliant approach by the carmaker. You park Alto 800 side by side and you will feel the difference. There are large bumpers at the rear while the spoiler is a standard fitment across the variants. The large taillights are well-designed given the spirited character. The wide glass is acceptable but the rear bumper size is more than necessary. Hyundai Eon is available in Star Dust, Pristine Blue, Polar White, Sleek Silver and Fiery Red colour options.
Step inside and you will see one of the best designs in this class. Hyundai hasn’t compromised on the fit and finish, and uphold its reputation of providing fantastic build quality. The black and beige theme looks good while the dashboard is one of the best in its segment and still very much in line with contemporaries such as Renault Kwid. The car is best suited for 4 average adults and offers reasonable 215L of boot space.
The three-pod instrument cluster is visually striking while the v-shaped steering wheel is tilt adjustable. In terms of comfort and entertainment, the car comes with 2-DIN audio system with USB/Aux connectivity, air conditioner, power windows and a lot of storage spaces on the dashboard, door pockets and cup holders in the middle. The Sports Edition includes touchscreen AVN system which now equals to the likes of Renault Kwid. Looking from the budget point of view, the safety is adequate which includes driver side airbag, front fog lamps, central locking and engine immobilizer.
In terms of specifications, Eon comes in two petrol engine options. The 0.8L and 1.0L motors produce respective power and torque output of 55PS/75Nm and 68PS/94Nm. Both the engines are offered in 5-speed manual transmission. There is also an option of LPG that come factory fitted. The 814cc engine tweaked to deliver 22.03kmpl (ARAI) while the powerful 1.0L returns 20.3kmpl.
The small hatch is basically available in 7 different variants. The base model D-Lite is priced at Rs. 3.33 lakh while the top spec Magna Plus can be purchased at the price tag of Rs. 4.66 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Hyundai Eon is still nothing short of impressive and holds a prominent position among the league where Maruti Alto, Renault Kwid, and Datsun redi-GO are already competing against each other.


To give a contemporary looking cabin in small/budget cars has always been a challenge for manufacturers. But Hyundai has tried its level best to ensure Eon’s interiors measure up in the segment. The car is bit plasticity inside but the overall execution in terms of fit and finish and visual appeal is appreciable. The budget-conscious folks will not find any reasons to complain in terms of fabrics used in seats and door trims.
Four average adults can comfortably sit in but will be definitely a squeezing affair if the fifth one comes into the picture. The car offers a lot of storage spaces to store those knick-knacks. The dual tone beige and grey color scheme, as well as the seats, compliments the practical proportions of the car. The boot space is adequate enough to carry a small family’s average holiday luggage.
The mid variants come loaded with an audio system that gels well with the multilayered dash. Move on to the top model such as Sports Edition and you will get 6.2-inch touchscreen AVN system. The infotainment can be paired to your smartphone and is powered by 2 speakers placed in the door panels. This seems to be an attempt to counter rival Renault Kwid. Other comfort features included in the car are power windows, internally adjustable ORVM, bench folding rear seats, rear parcel tray and remote fuel lid opener.


Hyundai Eon is undoubtedly, a very nice looking hatch in the segment. The grille and bumper at the front feature a well-ordered translation of the aggressive design lines that are now part of every Hyundai car as of now. The grille is flanked by large pulled back headlamps on either side which adds a nice finishing to the front fascia.
From the sides, the car is nearly identical to elder sibling Hyundai i10. The design engineers have given a rather solid looking shoulder that flows up to the rear, lending a nice sporty touch to the car. The Sports Edition launched in 2017 also comes with side body molding graphics on each side and roof rails, taking the sporty quotient to the next level.
At the rear end, the roof spoiler is visually striking and does their best to add to the overall style statement. The rear profile is nicely summed up by half-moon shaped tail lights that go well with the tail gate. The 1.0L version can be differentiated with the 800c variant with the new badging.
Overall, it seems to be clear that Hyundai is not stingy when it comes to designing small hatchbacks. The car is still a head turner in its class but needs a more improved design to stay up in the competition.

Mileage Running Cost

As an entry level hatchback, the onus of giving good mileage naturally comes upon this car. The small 3-cylinder engine is tuned to give high-fuel efficiency. This makes Hyundai Eon deliver ARAI certified fuel economy of 21.1kmpl. The bigger 1.0L engine returns 20.3kmpl which is slightly lower but still high on mileage.

Comfort Suspension

The suspension is mainly tuned for city driving, so it is little unpredictable on highways. Ride quality is reasonable, what you will expect from a car of this segment. However, the car remains obedient as long as the road surface is good. It can also gobble up urban undulations quite well and doesn’t feel as stiff as the Santro of yesteryears.

Engine Performance

The car is available in two engine options. The low powered 814cc 3-cylinder petrol engine is capable of producing 55PS and 75Nm of max torque. The powerful 1.0L is exactly what was missing in this car for so many years. Hyundai finally addressed the feedback and came with this. The motor pumps out 69PS and 94Nm of peak torque that comes at par with competitor such as Datsun GO.
Both the engines are paired to 5-speed manual transmission. Not only the new engine exhibit extra performance in cities and thoroughfares, the synchronization with the gearbox is extremely smooth. The new engine has completely transformed the basic driving feel of the low powered version.

Braking Safety

Hyundai has the best in class braking capability and it is really surprising. The car has a good bite force and comes to halt without and fuss and side movements. In terms of safety, the carmaker has given a reinforced body structure to counter huge force generated on impact. Other than that, you get driver side airbag, front fog lamps, engine immobilizer, central locking, child safety rear door locks, and remote keyless entry.

User Reviews of Hyundai EON

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  • 4 30
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    Dinesh Sharma Apr 03, 2018
    My friend bought a car

    After her back injury, my friend had to stop driving her beloved two-wheeler and had to start commuting in a car. She started learning how to drive and in a month bought a new Hyundai Eon Magna in the petrol variant. She likes the car and I have driven it a few times as well. It’s a nice car. Has Read More

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    Shashikant Jun 22, 2017
    Best entry level car

    I have Eon delite + since Jan 2013. It has good peak up. I drove through hill area and also plain roads.Power is good enough. This car is best for beginner .@ Speed 120 km hour also no vibration and runs smoothly. average 16 to 18 kmpl depending upon load and AC usage.Cargo space is enough. Ground clearance 170 mm Read More

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    Nadeem Jun 22, 2017
    Ground clearance is a very big problem with this car

    My father purchased brand new Hyundai Eon magna+ as his first car in October 2014 but very soon we understood that it was a great mistake. Style When it comes to styling Hyundai's Eon does score good marks, whether interior or exterior. The moment you will look at the car you will like its exterior styling which offers big headlamps Read More

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    Santosh Jun 22, 2017
    Very Poor service from Hyundai service center

    I bought this car at March 2015 (From Focus Hyundai Jalgaon), since from that day radio and central locking is not working. Music system installed is genuine. when I sent it for first servicing at Garve Hyundai Wakad, Pune they people said that we will solve this problem later as it is late for us (I had offered to keep Read More

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    Ravi Jun 22, 2017
    Good Car of City

    I am using this car for last two years and I like it very much . Its performance, interior, exterior and reliable Read More

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Frequently asked questions about Hyundai EON

  • What is the price of Hyundai EON?

    On road prices of Hyundai EON in starts from ₹ 3.37 Lakh for base variant New, while the top spec variant 1.0 Magna Plus Option O costs at ₹ 4.63 Lakh.

    Variant Price
    New ₹ 3.37 Lakh
    1.0 Magna Plus Option O ₹ 4.63 Lakh

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