The Hyundai i10 is the epitome of the classic city car: short of 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 i10 and it's a vast improvement on the original, with more efficient engines, quieter cruising manners and less awkward looks. The current model itself was facelifted in 2016, with a refresh to both the exterior and interior in an effort to keep it competitive with its rivals.
So the question is: are the i10’s good qualities still intact, and did the updates keep it up with the best of the city car class, bearing in mind this includes key rivals such as the Volkswagen Up, Skoda Citigo and Kia Picanto? Read on and we’ll let you know.