Hyundai SA has added an 'entry level' but 'well-equipped' i20 1.2 Motion to its range of small cars.The car will join the larger-engined Hyundai i20 1.4 Fluid and the present range-topper, the i20 1.4 Glide.Image galleryApart from its smaller four-cylinder 1.2 petrol engine and five-speed manual gearbox (the others have a six-speed manual or four-speed auto), there is not much that sets the i20 Motion apart from its 1.4 siblings. Hyundai says it is "exceptional value for money".'LOGICAL STEP'Hyundai’s i20 supermini – intended to appeal to younger buyers – was launched in August 2012 with a new appearance after it was revised and refreshed inside and out.Marketing director Stanley Anderson explained: “After the launch of the refreshed i20 it was a logical step to see how we could expand the range to offer an entry-level derivative with a good specification level but at a price that would appeal to many people who have shown an interest in one of Hyundai’s best-sellers.“The i20 is a solid, well-designed and spacious hatchback that offers good fuel economy, a class-leading warranty, roadside assistance and a service plan. If you throw in the many features of the i20 1.2 Motion, it is an option that cannot be ignored.”EXTERIOR CHANGESIt's 1.2-litre quad-valve engine delivers 64kW (similar to some competitors’ 1.4-litre engines) at 6000rpm and peak torque of 120Nm at 4000rpm. The Fluid and Glide derivatives have a 73kW 1.4 petrol engine.Exterior changes that distinguish the Motion from the Fluid and Glide include black door releases and exterior mirror housings, 14" steel wheel rims with silver covers and a turn indicators fitted to the front wings instead of being part of the mirror housings.Price: R144 900. In the market for a new car? Start your search by using Wheels24’s exclusive all-brands tool to compare prices!