Hyundai Eon CAR PRICE LIST

In order to help Filipino car buyers keep up with latest Hyundai Eon price in the Philippines, Philkotse.com provides regularly updated Hyundai Eon price list as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Hyundai Eon for sale section.

I. Hyundai Eon Price in the Philippines – 2018

Model
Price
Hyundai Eon 0.8 GLX 5 M/T
₱508,000

* Kindly refer to our Hyundai Philippines price list to get the latest pricing changes of all Hyundai cars

The Hyundai Eon is one of the most popular and affordable mini cars sold here in the Philippines. The Eon was officially launched in India last 2011, and after a year it was finally introduced to the Philippine market where it surprisingly gathered a lot of followers till the present time. The Eon is also a crowd favorite in other countries such as Nicaragua, Vietnam, Panama and Sri Lanka.

One of the reasons why a lot of Filipinos fell in love with this mini car is because of its very attractive and competitive pricing which one can own for ₱508,000. Easily giving its competitors such as the Wigo, Celerio and Brio a run for their money. This vehicle is mainly ideal for first-time car owners or small families making it a perfect choice for everyday city driving.

Cute looking red eon mini car

The Hyundai Eon mini car is mainly ideal for first-time car owners or small families making it a perfect choice for everyday city driving.

Since its launch in the Philippines 6 years ago, the Hyundai Eon never went through any changes or minor updates at all. And the company is truly proud to say that the Eon still remains as one of their consistently best selling cars in the hatchback segment.

The Eon is a 4 door mini hatchback that has a FWD layout design. Armed with its curvaceous and stylish body type, the Eon gets an additional plus point for this accompanied with its uniquely designed hexagon shaped front grille with subtle chrome embellishments. Adding to its design is a pair of elongated and contoured headlights which makes the Eon look bigger and wider.

Hyundai eon interiors.

The car is equipped with the basic features needed for everyday driving, it is ergonomically designed to be driver and passenger friendly.

Moving into its interiors,  the car is originally designed to sit 5 passengers but due to its limited wheelbase, the rear cabin can get a little bit cramped for 3 adult passengers. For average sized Filipinos, both headroom and legroom space won't really be a major issue at all.

The Eon is ergonomically designed to be both driver and user-friendly. The car is equipped with the basic features needed for everyday driving such as manual A/C, front power windows, radio with AM/FM stations, CD player and USB port and auxiliaries.

It also has additional front and rear standard speakers for entertainment purposes. For its size, the Eon is has a pretty generous trunk size that can accommodate 215 liters worth of luggage. Despite being an entry level car, driving an Eon will not make you feel that way.

Red Hyundai Eon Mini car

Though the engine is not as big and powerful compared to a sedan, the Eon is still considered as a reliable car that can take you to your destination without any glitch.

In terms of engine design and output, this .8L 3-valve 814cc gas engine can produce a maximum power of 56 hp @ 5,500 rpm and maximum torque of 75 nm @ 4,000 rpm. This FWD is also mated to 5-speed M/T gearbox. Though the engine is not as big and powerful compared to a sedan the Eon is still considered as a reliable car that can take you to your destination without any glitch.

With regards to security and safety features, the Eon really needs to undergo some changes in this department. What the car has right now are only a couple of side impact bars and the standard safety seatbelts. For a basic car, clients would expect the presence of at least a few of the basic security and safety features such as airbags, Auto Brake System an Immobilizer and a Security Alarm.

>>> Find in-depth reviews for other Hyundai models in our Hyundai car review section

II. Hyundai Eon Price Philippines 2018: Estimated on-road cost

Hyundai Eon 0.8 GLX 5 M/T price in the Philippines
SRP
₱508,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱101,600
Amount Financed
₱406,400
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱13,056.73
₱14,916.01
Chattel Mortgage
₱16,440.38
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱14,745.78
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱470,042.24
₱536,976.32
Total First Payment
₱134,466.16
₱101,600

Note:

  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

>>> Also check out: Monthly-updated price list of all car brands in the Philippines

III. Hyundai Eon Price in the Philippines: To buy or not to buy?

Should you decide to invest in this basic entry-level car, one of its strong points aside from being affordable is that it is fuel efficient as well because of its small engine size. The Eon also offers you a decent ride experience for short to moderate distance trips. If you are looking for an alternative to your everyday commute but you are on a limited budget the Eon is one of the best choices in the market.

Why Hyundai EON as First Car Features & Advantages

Truthfully speaking the Eon needs to undergo certain updates in terms of its engine and most especially its security and safety features which is one of the biggest downsides of owning an Eon. This car offers an average riding experience and nothing extra special. Should the company want to entice more people to own an Eon, they should probably add more attractive features that will take this car a few notches higher than where it is currently at.

Read our Hyundai Eon Philippines review to gain a comprehensive understanding of this Hyundai Eon compact car in the Philippines.

IV. About Hyundai

The Hyundai Motor Company started its business in 1967 together with 2 of their subsidiary corporations known as Genesis Motors which is popular for producing luxury cars and Kia Motors which completes the line up of Hyundai Motor Group.

Its main company headquarters is based in Seoul, South Korea and is known to be the third-ranking automobile manufacturing company in the world. After 51 years in the business, Hyundai has gained a worldwide reputation for manufacturing a wide selection of world-class personal and commercial vehicles.

In 2001 Hyundai started to market more of their vehicles here in the Philippines by partnering with HARI (Hyundai Asia Resources Inc.) who then became an official and exclusive distributor of Hyundai products here in the country.

As of this writing, Hyundai has a total of 42 dealerships nationwide. They have 18 branches in Luzon, 7 in the Visayas Region and 4 in Mindanao. While in Metro Manila Hyundai has 13 branches.

Source: Liza Campos

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