Hyundai ix20 (2010 - 2018)

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reviewed by Anonymous on 23 March 2021
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reviewed by Dawn Clarke on 30 December 2020
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reviewed by Anonymous on 15 September 2020
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reviewed by Anonymous on 24 November 2019
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reviewed by Anonymous on 24 November 2019
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reviewed by Anonymous on 23 August 2018
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reviewed by Leafylandlad on 6 September 2017
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reviewed by mjod1952 on 2 August 2017
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reviewed by avidhjreader on 16 January 2017
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reviewed by Anonymous on 29 December 2016
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reviewed by Lloyd Feldman on 10 August 2016
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reviewed by Anonymous on 28 February 2016
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reviewed by oldchap on 27 March 2015
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reviewed by Anonymous on 12 July 2014
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reviewed by walkerman on 3 February 2014
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reviewed by Anonymous on 5 January 2014
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reviewed by Anonymous on 28 November 2013
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reviewed by Davets on 7 February 2013
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reviewed by Dingbat on 7 November 2012
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reviewed by andrew w on 8 October 2012
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reviewed by Anonymous on 4 October 2012
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reviewed by AlanTR on 8 September 2012
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reviewed by videan on 1 September 2012
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reviewed by Ffiscool on 17 August 2012
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reviewed by Anonymous on 15 March 2012
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1.4 Active Blue Drive 5dr People Carrier

reviewed by Coasting on 5 March 2012
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
3
How you rate the manufacturer
2
Overall reliability

Promised much, fine petrol engine, tardis-like interior

We had been looking forward to collecting our petrol ix20 after many happy years in a Modus. It promised and delivered front and rear head and leg room aplenty, a flexible and commodious boot - it delivered two to university including a full drum kit and rig. The petrol engine pulled from such low revs - behaving sweeter than the diesel. The sound system, Bluetooth and main electrics performed well, but unsolved problems showing in the instrument cluster caused a loss of faith and the car supermarket in Derby were exemplary in their customer service as we rejected the vehicle.
The problems with the instrument cluster showed first in the fuel gauge reading full at all times. Then the speedometer started to over-read - 40+ mph when actual speed was around 15-20mph, slowing for a junction. Both speedo and tachometer dipped to zero and instrument lights came on - as though the engine/electrics had stalled - yet the engine never missed a beat. A new cluster was fitted. The problems were clear for just a day; when they came back, the airbag/pretensioner warning light came on permanently and the trip computer declared an trip average speed of 300mph along with other unusual readings.
Sadly, we returned the vehicle. Many good points, but - especially after years of putting up with Renault's variably reliable electrics, the first impressions destroyed our trust.

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reviewed by Dave C on 23 October 2011
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reviewed by plinkaplinka on 11 August 2011
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reviewed by avidhjreader on 17 June 2011
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reviewed by pantherfan on 15 June 2011

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About this car

Price£15,450–£19,200
Road TaxC–G
MPG40.9–65.7 mpg
Real MPG80.1%

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