If you're looking for a practical city car, this is the best in the businessget the best price
Trim: Premium SE
Replaces Premium trim’s 14in alloys with 15in versions, and adds an electric tilt and slide glass sunroof, a briliant 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system, heated front seats and even a heated steering wheel. It's the one to go for if you can afford it.,
Our favourite engine, because it makes the i10 more than just a city car with enough oomph for fast A-roads and motorways. It loves to be revved, which means it's even quite good fun by city car standards. Averaged nearly 50mpg in our True MPG test.
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