Spacious interiors complimented by top class material.
Available in petrol and diesel, both prove good in terms of suspension, performance and drivability. Rough road-friendly and more ground clearance than other vehicles in the same range.
Last but not least, fuss-free after sales service in a wide network.
What we don't like
Most expensive car in its segment as compared to other cars of the same size.
Looks are the same as other models with slight variations. More of a hatchback than a crossover.
Petrol engine feels underpowered as compared to diesel. Mileage is not suitable for in city traffic.
Right now, hatchbacks and crossovers have gained popularity as they are utilitarian. The launch of the Hyundai i20 Active was made with the purpose of providing customers with an alternative to a hatchback in the form of a crossover. I20 Active has a muscular built and meant for faster speed. The vehicle is on the higher side of the price scale which is not inviting for hatchback buyers. If you are enthusiastic about highway driving and a good performing car, then this is the right one. On the other hand, it is not cost-effective or suited for city limits as compared to other hatchbacks.