The Hyundai i10 is a classic city car. Short in length, tall in height and with five doors as standard, it’s all about low costs and ease of use.
This is actually the second-generation version, and it's a vast improvement on the original, with more efficient engines, quieter cruising manners and less awkward looks. It was facelifted in 2016, too, in an effort to keep it competitive with its rivals, with a refresh to both the exterior and interior.
All the good qualities of the i10 remain, however: its excellent build quality, spacious interior and strong resale values. The i10 has always been cheap to own and to run, although downsides still include a lack of Bluetooth on all but the top-spec trim, and safety standards that fall short of its key rivals, include the Volkswagen Up, Skoda Citigo and Toyota Aygo.
Read on over the next few pages for everything you need to know before buying a Hyundai i10, including our recommendations for which engine and trim to choose, and to see how it fares against its opponents in this class.