Hyundai I10 car lease deals
Hyundai’s second-generation i10 is a great leasing option if you’re looking for a vehicle to match your city lifestyle. This practical, stylish and relatively spacious city car comes with Hyundai’s attractive five-year warranty. It also posts decent MPG figures, and represents excellent value when you consider its low insurance and servicing costs.
Which Hyundai i10 leasing option is right for you?
There are five trim options to choose from when you lease a Hyundai i10. Entry-level S trim is very basic: go up a level to SE and you’ll start seeing popular luxuries like air-con, cruise control and Bluetooth DAB. If you want alloys, you’ll need to go for Premium or Premium SE trim. Premium SE gives you an electric sunroof, heated front seats and steering wheel, and an excellent 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system.
Find the best Hyundai i10 leasing deals
We regularly check Hyundai i10 leasing deals with national dealerships, making sure you have all the information you need to choose the right contract. Competitive list prices and regular dealership incentives (such as low interest rates or deposit contributions) make the i10 an enticing lease option. You’ll get a choice of two engines: a 1.0-litre petrol and a 1.2-litre petrol. The 1.0-litre version is smooth and capable in a city setting. Go for the 1.2-litre engine, however, and you’ll turn your i10 into a city car that’s also capable of handling out-of-town driving. You can also choose between manual and an optional four-speed automatic gearbox on the 1.2-litre version.
Lease a Hyundai i10. For city and family life.
When you lease a Hyundai i10, you’ll get more interior space than you would with its rivals. The rear seats can take two child seats, mounted on Isofix locking points. With rear doors that open wide, it’s also realistic to get the children in and out. Boot space is good too, even if you opt for a spare wheel. Steering is light, perfect for nipping in and out of parking spaces or changing lanes in rush hour. Reliability is also good: the i10 scored well in the most recent What Car? website reliability survey, and Hyundai finished a very respectable third from 32 brands.
104 results found
We're currently finding the best deals for you.