Hyundai has launched the Grand i10 Nios in India at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh going till Rs 7.99 lakh for the top-spec model. The Nios is available in four variants- Era, Magna, Sportz, Sportz Dual Tone, and Asta. It is available with both 1.2-liter petrol and diesel engines that get an optional AMT as well.

However, the two-pedal convenience can only be had with the Magna and Sportz variants for petrol buyers and Sportz for the diesel. What’s the whole deal? We’ll look at it after checking out the ex-showroom India prices. It’s worth noting that these are introductory prices.

The new Hyundai Grand i10 Nios has been launched with prices ranging between Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom, India). It is the third generation version of the carmaker’s mid-size hatchback and features a brand new exterior and interior design. Here’s how the new Grand i10 Nios compares against its segment rivals:


Measurements Nios Swift Figo Grand i10
Length 3805mm 3840mm 3941mm 3765mm
Width 1680mm 1735mm 1704mm 1660mm
Height 1520mm 1530mm 1525mm 1520mm
Wheelbase 2450mm 2450mm 2490mm 2425mm
Ground Clearance 163mm 174mm 165mm
Tyres 165/70(R14)/ 175/60(R15) 165/80(R14)/ 185/65(R15) 175/65(R14)/ 195/55(R15) 165/65(R14)
Boot Space 260 litres 268 litres 257 litres 256 litres

The third-gen Grand i10 Nios is bigger than the second-gen Grand i10 in every aspect except height. It is still shorter than its rivals while the wheelbase is the same length as the Swift. The Figo is the longest and packs the longest wheelbase as well. However, it has the least amount of luggage space. Meanwhile, the Swift is the tallest and widest one here with the most luggage space.



Hyundai offers the new Grand i10 Nios with a pair of 1.2-liter petrol and diesel engines, both of which are available with a choice of a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT. The petrol engine is already BS6 compliant while the 1.2-liter unit will be updated at a later date. Here’s how the Grand i10 Nios’ powertrains compare with its rivals.


Grand i10 Nios Maruti Swift Ford Figo Grand i10
Engine 1197cc 1197cc 1194cc/ 1497cc 1197cc
Power 83PS 83PS 96PS/ 123PS 83PS
Torque 113Nm 113Nm 120Nm/ 150Nm 114Nm
Transmission 5MT/5AMT 5MT/ 5AMT 5MT/ 6AT 5MT/4AT
Kerb Weight 855-855kg 1016-1026kg/ 1078kg
Claimed FE 20.7kmpl/20.5kmpl 21.21kmpl 20.4kmpl/ 16.3kmpl 19.4kmpl/ 17.5kmpl
Emission Type BS6 BS6 BS4 BS4


The Ford Figo’s petrol powertrains are the most powerful and torquiest in the segment. It is also the only one that is now available with a proper 6-speed torque convertor automatic. Meanwhile, the Nios and Swift’s petrol engines are tied in terms of performance and both are BS6 compliant as well.

Also read: Hyundai Grand i10 Nios vs Maruti Suzuki Swift vs Ford Figo: What Do The Prices Say?

However, the Swift is the most fuel-efficient model here and the Figo automatic with the largest engine capacity is the least frugal choice. The Nios is slightly more efficient than the petrol Figo.


Grand i10 Nios Maruti Swift Ford Figo Grand i10
Engine 1186cc 1248cc 1498cc 1186cc
Power 75PS 75PS 100PS 75PS
Torque 190Nm 190Nm 215Nm 190Nm
Transmission 5MT/5AMT 5MT/5AMT 5MT 5MT
Kerb Weight 955-990kg 1046-1057kg
Claimed FE 26.2kmpl 28.40kmpl 25.5kmpl 24.8kmpl
Emission Type BS4 BS4 BS4 BS4

The Grand i10 Nios’ diesel engine is tied with the Swift’s for performance once again. Ford’s hatchback has the biggest diesel engine and offers the most performance. The Maruti diesel is the most fuel-efficient choice again while the Figo is the least efficient. Having said that, all the hatchbacks offer over 24kmpl of certified efficiency.

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