Hyundai i20 Asta 1.4 CRDi is the top end diesel variant of 2012 Hyundai i20. The car is packed out with abundant of features, which are comfortable, modish and most importantly useful. This variant has been blessed with dual front airbags one for the driver and the other one for the front co-passenger. The anti-lock braking system with brake assist, front fog lamps and rear defogger are present on the safety front. The vehicle has also been provided with smart key entry, push button start, rear wiper and washer, rear spoiler with high mounted stop light, supervision cluster, front seat arm rear, powerful air conditioner to beat the summer heat and 2-DIN music system to make the ride more entertaining and pleasurable. Under the skin, the Hyundai i20 Asta 1.4 CRDi sports highly impressive 1.4 litre of CRDi diesel engine that is capable of producing 90 Ps of peak power accompanied with crest torque of 22.4 kgm. The marvelous 21.9 km per litre of mileage is delivered by the car with the help of six speed manual transmission that has been mated with the frugal engine here. Being the top end diesel variant of new Hyundai i20, the car has been priced a bit higher than other Hyundai i20 car models.
Ex-showroom Price (Delhi Rs.)== 7,44,012
FORD FIGO,TATA INDIGO EeCS, NISSAN MICRA,RENAULT PULSE,MARUTI SWIFT,TATA SUMO,SKODA FABIA, FIAT PUNTO,MURITI SWIFT DZIRE,FORD FIESTA CLASSIC,VOLKSWAGEN POLO,MARUTI ETIGA,THE NEW I20 RECENTLY IT HAS BEEN LAUNCHED, TOYOTA ETIOS,MAHINDRA XYLO, i would suggest you to buy the new i20 which looks stunning or MARUTI ETIGA as both the cars are not common and etiga has an impressive milage of 20 km/pl in the diesel varient and will be a perfect car for your family it's very spacious
I would prefer having the Maruti Ertiga. It comes with the world renowned engine, now tuned up to take care of the extended size of vehicle. I have personally driven Swift for 3yrs, surely a run for your money. You can have the VDi, which should suit your budget. Maruti now even sports competitive interiors. If however you do not like the body style, I'd say then to go for Hyundai Verna 1.4 CRDi. A good car at a good price, though lacks the punch of 1.6 CRDi. But you got to compromise if you have a budget. Rest, cheers for your new buy.