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Old 23rd April 2024, 09:38   #16
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Re: The Hyundai i20 N Line Story | 40,000 km with the warm hatch | Modded with Cobra lowering spring

A short and sweet narrative about your N line. Congrats on the car and I think this is one of the most viable options for a performance hatch in today's times albeit pricey. Liked the color, the alloys and stance too and your car stands out from those regular blue and red N lines!

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Re: The Hyundai i20 N Line Story | 40,000 km with the warm hatch | Modded with Cobra lowering spring

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A short and sweet narrative about your N line. Congrats on the car and I think this is one of the most viable options for a performance hatch in today's times albeit pricey. Liked the color, the alloys and stance too and your car stands out from those regular blue and red N lines!
Hahaha. Thank you so much. That was exactly what my rationale was behind buying the Grey. I knew the most common i20 N Line would be either the white or the blue (not that they aren't pretty).

And yes it is a bit pricey, but every product in the Indian car market is overpriced so I guess this is the new norm now.
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Re: The Hyundai i20 N Line Story | 40,000 km with the warm hatch | Modded with Cobra lowering spring

At the 30,000 mark came the time to get rid of the sub-par Ceats, at which point I also upgraded the tyre size from 195/55/R16 to 215/45/R17 and said goodbye to the stock alloy wheels, for a set of heavier, but much better looking Infinity alloy wheels. My rubber of choice was the Michelin Pilot Sport 4, but since that is quite difficult to obtain, I went for the Primacy 4ís and boy do they impress. The grip increased tenfold, and with that, so did the confidence.




Hi Sid,are you planning to let go of your old alloys by any chance?
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Hi Sid,are you planning to let go of your old alloys by any chance?
Hi Neelanjan. I would but I exchanged them for the new alloys. Also, I saw your DM but cannot reply since I am still a newbie.

As for the upgrade to a similar feeling car as the N Line, I am unsure about the steering, but I Know for a fact if you want the N Line suspension feel all you have to do is get the N Line dampers.
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