What's the used Hyundai I10 like?
A car this tiny is never going to be the last word in practicality, but for a city car, the i10 is superb. There's enough head- and legroom for four adults to sit comfortably. The boot is big enough for a few small bags, with split-fold rear seats allowing a useful extension of the load area.
It's easy to get comfortable at the wheel of most versions, and the simple dashboard design makes it easy to find all the functions. Every switch is clearly marked. Visibility is pretty good too, but be warned: entry-level cars miss out on seat-height adjustment.
All i10s come with anti-lock brakes. If you do find yourself in an unavoidable situation, twin front- and side airbags are there to protect you. Certain items are missing from the equipment roster, though, such as curtain airbags and deadlocks.