For The Hyundai i10 offers everything city car buyers want; it’s cheap to buy and run, easy to drive and park, comfortable and has a surprisingly spacious cabin.
Against Keeping up with traffic on the motorway can be a bit of a struggle in the 1.0-litre model.
What Car? says
The Hyundai i10 is one of the best city cars. It’s comfortable, roomy, excellent value and has a long warranty.
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There are 7 Hyundai i10 versions available
Target Price team says:
We’ve driven i10s with both engines, and if you’re going to be on motorways only occasionally, you should probably save the cash and opt for the 1.0-litre three-cylinder version. It’s nippy enough for town use and is no less refined than the 1.2 four-cylinder unit. However, if you do want to do longer distances, the larger engine is a more accomplished all-rounder.
The best blend of value and equipment is SE trim, since it brings air-conditioning, electric windows all round, electric heated door mirrors and driver’s seat-height adjustment. We’d definitely recommend buying it over S Air, which is only a little cheaper but has a lot less kit.
The good news is that all versions of the i10 get six airbags, stability control and a tyre-pressure-monitoring system as standard –as well as Hyundai’s unlimited-mileage, five-year warranty, which also includes five years of roadside assistance cover and annual vehicle health checks.