Normally we’d shoehorn the usual suspects into a single car for a welcome weekend away. This time however, we took 2 cars to a secreted spot on the outskirts of Sydney owning to the bijou-ness of i20 N’s petite proportions.

The i20 N is made for going fast in corners, and there were plenty of those on tap, but it is not made for 4 tall blokes, no matter how friendly they are..

The weird no-man’s land between Christmas and New Year’s is a time for much merry-making and mini-road-tripping, so Max and I took the i20 N, and Casper and Ethan took the Tucson. With no test in mind, we took the 50-minute trip down through the sandstone canyons, and along the Hawkesbury River. Sleepy Berowra waters provided respite from rampant Covid the Australian government has allowed of get out of control, but enough of that misery. Let’s get straight to the meat and potatoes.

We took advantage of bendy-twisty bits by activating N Mode, something that tingles your dangly bits with the enthusiasm pensioners at a buffet. i20 N carries the flag to small car lovers, with no standard i20 for sale. That’s as well. It means the pool is not diluted by chavs gluing crappy after-market skirts to a 3-cylinder pus-bucket. Every i20 is N’d to within an inch of its life, and is all the better for it.

The full review will follow, so this is a highlight real of a weekend of undiluted loveliness. IN many ways. An i20 N is far more rewarding than the overt masculinity or a Porker. It is better looking than the hideous M3, and costs about the same as a small packet of cotton balls.

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