As is the case in almost all city cars, the i10's interior plastics are hard and unforgiving. However, they are at least pleasingly textured, so the i10 doesn't feel as low-rent inside as many of its rivals.
True, there are a few bits of shiny plastic on show, the air vents feel a touch flimsy and there are some sharp edges around the base of the seats, but otherwise everything feels solidly screwed together and of a good quality by class standards.
Depending on which exterior paint colour you go for, the main part of the dashboard and the centre of the seats are available in a range of different colours, including red and blue, to brighten things up a bit. Arguably it’s still one of the blander cars in the class though, even judged against its sister car, the Kia Picanto.
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