The Hyundai Eon measures 3,495 mm in length, 1,550 mm in width, 1,500 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,380 mm. Higher variants of the Hyundai Eon are offered with body coloured bumpers, ORVMs (Outside Rear View Mirrors) and door handles. All variants of the Hyundai Eon come with clearlens headlamps, tail lamps and an integrated spoiler.
The Hyundai Eon is offered with a driver airbag as standard on the 0.8 litre Sportz version and as an option on the 1.0 L Magna (O) variant. It also comes with a 2 DIN integrated audio system which has CD, Radio, USB and AUX-in connectivity. Boot space of the Hyundai Eon is 215 litres can accommodate adequate amount of luggage. The instrument cluster consists of a speedometer, warning signs, digital fuel gauge and a gear shift indicator. The LPG variants have a factory fitted kit which is a toroidal tank.
Powering the Hyundai Eon are two petrol engines, an 814 cc and a 998 cc. The 0.8 litre engine generates 55 hp of power at 5,500 rpm and 74 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, while the 1.0 litre petrol engine generates 68 hp at 6,200 rpm and 94 Nm at 3,500 rpm. Both engines have been tuned for the best balance between performance and fuel efficiency.
The Hyundai Eon is offered with a 5 speed manual transmission on both engine options, 0.8 litre and 1.0 litre. There is no automatic or AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) available in the Hyundai Eon’s variants on sale in India.
The Hyundai Eon has a rigid body structure with crumple zones for the safety of the occupants in the hatchback. A driver airbag is standard in the higher 0.8 litre Sportz variant and comes as an option in the Magna (O) trim for added protection.
The Hyundai Eon has a certified mileage of 22.03 kmpl, for the 8.0 litre version and 21.77 kmpl for the 1.0 litre version. These mileage figures are acceptable for its segment.