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Used Hyundai I20 Fault Guides

Used Car Expert Fault Guides tell you the common Hyundai I20 faults and wear items that can become problems and big bills for their owner.

Independent research indicated that using our fault guides to check a car before you buy it can save you an average of £300 in surprise bills and hidden problems.

That's because our Hyundai I20 fault guides are written so that anyone can understand them – even if you know nothing about cars and have no tools. For every common fault, we tell you what to look for, what it means and what it costs.

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Hyundai I20 (2009-) Fault Guide

Hyundai I20 (2009-) Fault Guide

View Hyundai I20 (2009-) Fault Guide

We know of 9 HYUNDAI i20 (2009-) faults which our fault check guide makes it easy for you to spot and avoid.

  • 0 engine faults
  • 4 suspension wear items or faults
  • 1 interior problems
  • 4 bodywork issues
  • 0 recalls

Here's an example fault on the HYUNDAI i20 (2009-)

What to look for:

Check that all of the electric windows work properly. Use the driver’s door control panel and also the individual switches on each door.

What it means:

The i20 can have problems with the electric window motors failing prematurely. They will need to be replaced.

What to do

If the car is under warranty (5 years/100,000 miles) then Hyundai may replace the key for free. Otherwise try to negotiate a discount of £120 off of the price of the car.

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