Hyundai ix20 MPV (2010-2019) - MPG, running costs & CO2
All Hyundai ix20 engines are efficient but none are exempt from road tax
The Hyundai ix20 comes with a choice of three engines – two petrols and one diesel. General running costs are unlikely to throw up any nasty surprises, although some models are more economical than others.
Hyundai ix20 MPG and CO2
The cheapest model to run is the 1.6-litre diesel. Its CO2 emissions figure of 115g/km means a 25% Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) company-car tax rating and a promised 64.2mpg will appeal to private and business drivers alike.
Petrol-engined ix20s are less expensive to buy, and that could make them more cost-effective in the long run for those who cover a low annual mileage. The 1.4-litre petrol engine can return 50.4mpg, with 130g/km CO2 emissions for a 25% BiK bracket.
Drivers who need an automatic car have to plump for the 1.6-litre petrol engine, which returns a less creditable 43.5mpg. CO2 emissions also increase notably: a 150g/km rating means a steep 29% BiK rating.
Every ix20 will cost £140 a year for road tax.
All versions of the Hyundai ix20 fall in the range of insurance groups 9 to 13, so cover won’t break the bank. The 1.4-litre SE model is the cheapest to insure, while the 1.6-litre diesel models will cost the most.
The Hyundai ix20 has a generous five-year/unlimited-mileage warranty. This offers more peace of mind than many rival’s warranties, most of which are limited to three years/unlimited mileage.
Hyundai offers fixed-price servicing plans across either three or five years. Plans for petrol and diesel models are priced differently – your Hyundai dealer will be happy to suggest a plan suited to your circumstances.
Every ix20 is scheduled for a service every year or every 10,000 miles, whichever comes sooner. And the services alternate between larger and smaller ones.