I have just purchased a 64-plate Hyundai i20 1.2. Could you tell me your opinion of this model in general? Are they any known problems with this vehicle? I would also like to know if the vehicle has a dual mass flywheel and whether or not it is fitted with hydraulic tappets? Also, is it possible to get a workshop manual for the i20? Philip Osborne Having just recommended this very vehicle to a family friend, I can confirm that my opinion of the Korean supermini is quite high. It offers a high comfort level with equally good fuel economy and reliability.
From the details I have, your vehicle is not fitted with a dual mass flywheel and the valve mechanism has hydraulic lash adjusters. Like all new vehicles, the workshop data is only available as an electronic catalogue, although I can’t find a manual that covers the 2014 version. However, as the Hyundai comes with a five-year warranty, you have a few years of worry-free motoring ahead, so by the time you need a repair manual it may possibly be available.