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Specs Comparison New Elite i20 vs New Punto Evo vs New Polo vs Swift

New Elite i20 vs New Punto Evo vs New Polo vs Swift – Specifications Comparison.


Specs Comparison New Elite i20 vs New Punto Evo v

Here is the specification comparison of the recently facelifted Hyundai Elite i20, Fiat Punto Evo, VW Polo and the Maruti’s super seller Swift.

 

 

      

 

 

First, let’s see about the comparison of specification of the petrol variant:

 

Specs

Hyundai Elite i20

Fiat Punto Evo

VW Polo

Maruti Suzuki Swift

Engine

1.2 L

1.2 L, 1.4 L

1.2 L

1.2 L

Power

83 PS

68 PS, 90 PS

75 PS, 105 PS (GT TSI)

87 PS

Torque

115 Nm

95 Nm, 115 Nm

110 Nm, 175 Nm (GT TSI)

114 Nm

Gearbox

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

5-speed manual, 7-speed DSG Automatic (GT TSI)

5-speed manual

Fuel efficiency

18.6 km/l

15.8 km/l, 14.4 km/l

16.47 km/l, NA for GT TSI

18.6 km/l

Length

3895 mm

3987 mm

3970 mm

3850 mm

Width

1734 mm

1687 mm

1682 mm

1695 mm

Height

1505 mm

1495 mm

1453 m

1530 mm

Wheelbase

2570 mm

2510 mm

2546 mm

2430 mm

Ground Clearance

170 mm

195 mm

168 mm

170 mm

Fuel Tank Capacity

45 L

45 L

45 L

42 L

Boot Space

NA

280 L

294 L

204 L

 

Hyundai has axed the lone automatic variant of its i20, and with it the 1.4 litre petrol engine of that car has also been buried. So, now the 1.2 litre engine is the only choice you have as long as you want a petrol i20 only. Volkswagen and Maruti also offer their hatchbacks with only one petrol engine each but the Punto Evo gives you an option of choosing from 1.2 litres and 1.4 litre petrol motors. The former makes for the least powerful petrol engine here (68 PS) and though 1.4 litre makes 90 PS, it only comes in the top end “Emotion” trim, making the lower two variants appear a lot more accessible. Same is the case with Polo where the plain-Jane variant makes 75 PS while the top-end GT TSI puts out 105 PS. The Hyundai and Maruti with their 83 PS and 97 PS mills respectively occupy middle ground.

 

Now, let’s see the comparison of specification of the diesel variant:

 

Specs

Hyundai Elite i20 diesel

Fiat Punto Evo diesel

VW Polo diesel

Maruti Suzuki Swift diesel

Engine

1.4 L

1.3 L, 1.3 L 90 HP

1.5 L

1.3 L

Power

90 PS

76 PS, 93 PS

90 PS, 105 PS (GT TDI)

75 PS

Torque

220 Nm

197 Nm, 209 Nm

230 Nm, 250 Nm (GT TDI)

190 Nm

Gearbox

6-speed manual

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

Fuel efficiency

22.54 km/l

21.2 km/l, 20.5 km/l

20.14 km/l

22.9 km/l

Length

3895 mm

3987 mm

3970 mm

3850 mm

Width

1734 mm

1687 mm

1682 mm

1695 mm

Height

1505 mm

1495 mm

1453 m

1530 mm

Wheelbase

2570 mm

2510 mm

2546 mm

2430 mm

Ground Clearance

170 mm

195 mm

168 mm

170 mm

Fuel Tank Capacity

45 L

45 L

45 L

42 L

Boot Space

NA

280 L

294 L

204 L

 

Coming to diesels, you’ll see that Hyundai and Maruti have just one diesel engine (each) to offer and though Fiat also has only one diesel engine here, it comes in two states of tune – 76 PS and 93 PS. Volkswagen, with the Polo facelift, has brought in a new 1.5 litre diesel engine that puts out 90 PS while fans of the now-discontinued 1.6 GT TDI will find the 105 PS put out by the same 1.5 litre engine not lacking in new GT TDI. The Fiat Multijet engine in the Swift is the least powerful here at 75 PS while the Hyundai’s 90 PS engine is par for the course. Plus, the i20 is the only car here that comes with a six-speed manual gearbox – the other diesels make do with five-speed manuals.

You would have also noticed that above despite being shorter in overall length than both the Punto and Polo, the Elite i20 has a longer wheelbase than both! The Swift is the shortest in this company and also has the shortest wheelbase. The i20 is the widest followed by the Swift and the Punto; the Polo is the slimmest here. One thing actually stands out in both the tables above, and that is Punto’s ground clearance – at 195 mm it is just five mm short of Mahindra Thar’s 200mm! The other hatchbacks here are just no competition in this area.

Each of these cars has a lot going for itself and though most can make up their mind by looking at just the price-comparison sheet, there would still be a lot more for whom nothing less than an on the road shootout between these four would do. 

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