Hyundai Eon

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Eon Specs
Engine 814 cc
Power 55 hp
Seating 5 seats
Power Steering Yes

Eon Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Eon
  • Attractive Designing
  • Easy Handling
  • Pleasant Ambience
Things We Dont Like in Eon
  • Not so powerful engine
  • Pricing slightly higher in the segment

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The Hyundai Eon is the smallest mini-hatchback from the South Korean automaker and is a direct competitor to the Toyota Wigo. However, there aren’t many features in the car that you can brag about. The cabin is spacious for the size, no doubt, but tall occupants will not find it very comfortable on long drives. In terms of safety as well, there isn’t much on offer as it just has the basics covered, like seat belts for all occupants, child safety rear door lock and side impact bars. The front wheels get disc brakes while the rear wheels get drum units.

The Hyundai Eon gets a maximum power of 56 PS at 5,500 rpm and a peak torque of 75 Nm at 4,000 rpm from its 814-cc, three-cylinder engine, which is Euro-4 compliant.

Eon Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
0.8 GLX 5 M/T ₱508,000 *
SRP Price
814 cc, 55 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline

Colors of Eon

Eon is available in 8 different colors - Star Dust, Phantom Black, Sleek Silver, Polar White, Mystic Blue, Pristline Blue, Red Passion and Midas Gold.

  • Star Dust

  • Phantom Black

  • Sleek Silver

  • Polar White

  • Mystic Blue

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Eon Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety


The entry-level hatchback segment in the Philippines has been dominated by the Japanese automaker for quite a long time. But, Hyundai has managed to change the face of this segment by introducing its compact, sporty and efficient Eon in the market. Since its introduction, the hatchback has given a tough competition to the Toyota Wigo and Suzuki Alto and with its update around the corner, the company is aiming to further make its position strong in the market. Since the car is evolved for daily commutation purpose, Hyundai has equipped it with limited features that are standard across the segment, the only area where the company should be concerned is Eon’s slightly higher price tag, which restricts a lot of consumers to pick it over the other options.

Interior & Features

As you get inside Eon’s cabin, you are bound to notice the nicely laid two tone colour dashboard combined with a pinch of brushed aluminum which meets the practicality. Each component of the car is carefully worked upon and the cabin is made quite comfortable. The combination of beige and black colour gives it a distinct look which is made more appealing with the kind of fit and finishes done inside the cockpit. The curvy and spacious dashboard houses the instrument panel with three pods where the important information is displayed. The gauge cluster features than a usual three barrel design with attractive chrome accents which makes for easy acknowledgment with easy access to vital vehicle information.

The front seats come with height adjustment and the vertically adjustable headrest gives support to the neck. The tilt steering column can be adjusted according to the driver, while the manual air conditioner is integrated with a 4-speed blower driven by a powerful motor. The storage system is equipped with the cup holders in the center console which proves the convenience to keep the things. The storage system offers numerous cubbyholes to keep the knick-knacks which include the door pockets, upper tray on the dashboard and back seat pockets.


Eon is an adorable compact car which has got a combination of suave and sporty design. Suave, in terms of the curvy character lines on the sides and over the fenders, sleek grille layout, curvy beltline and distinct triangular fog lamps. Sporty, in terms of the broad, swept back and dynamic headlamps, long and innovative tail lamps, bold body colored bumpers and the aerodynamic detailing given by the rear spoiler with a brake lamp. At the front, the adaptive headlamps are carved beautifully which makes the everlasting impression with compact persona. The single slat chrome coated radiator grill looks fine with the large air intake integral to the sporty look and maximizes the engine and radiator cooling efficiency. The rear spoiler with LED mounted stop lamps makes the safety and also enhances the beauty while rear combination lamp is carved impeccably with the tailgate designed to harmonize with overall fluidic sculpture design language. Coming to the side profile, the body colour outside mirror extends its style while roof antenna ensures crystal clear reception of AM and FM radio signals. Overall, a magnificent structure has been given to this tiny hatch. It stands at 3495 mm x 1550 mm x 1500 mm (L x W x H) and has a wheelbase measuring 2380 mm. The hatch is equipped with 13-inch steel wheels with luxury glass covering and has tyres size 155 / 70 R13.

Mileage Running Cost

Hyundai has focused on efficiency and one can expect a mileage ranging between 18-20 kmpl with significant city rides. The range on the highways is further increased to 20-22 kmpl.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

Hyundai engines are known for their proven quality and efficiency and Eon is no exception. It is equipped with a 0.8-litre engine making the power output of 56 PS at 5500 rpm along with the peak torque of 76 Nm at 4000 rpm. The three cylinder engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission which dissipates the power to the front wheels. The engine is evolved for day-to-day commutation purpose, therefore, expecting quick acceleration from Eon is not a wise thought. The gear shifting is smooth and clutch works fine with the system. Overall, the engine performance is decent enough to cater to your daily requirements in an effective manner.

Braking & Safety

Being a simple city car with not so advanced features, Hyundai Eon is equipped with the basic safety features and not much of advanced ones. The braking system is a combination of front disc brakes and rear drum brakes, which provides effective braking for the kind of power, the engine delivers.

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    Aeon Jul 17, 2018
    Eye-catching design with impressive build

    To me, looks do matter and this was my attitude while selecting my ride as well. I decided to bring in my garage a Hyundai Eon as i had my eyes on it since one of my friends owned it. It is a fantastic looking car and immediately grabbed my attention and I bought it soon after. The interiors too Read More

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    Erica Mar 27, 2018

    Hyundai has always been my favorite automaker and it was my dream to buy a Hyundai vehicle for myself. After going through a number of articles and reviews, I finally decided to buy the Hyundai Eon GLX MT a couple of weeks ago. Driving this hatchback has been really comfortable thanks to its height adjustable front seats, whereas, the headrests Read More

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