Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Hyundai i10 hatchback?
The i10’s use will be mostly urban, so check for dings in the bodywork caused by minor bumps in tight car parks. It’s also worth looking at the alloy wheels, on the versions that have them, to check they haven’t been scraped against a kerb too vigorously. Check the smooth operation of the rear hatchback and that the rear seats drop easily.
Make sure that the air conditioning works, because if it doesn't and requires a re-gas, it could be more expensive to fix than you might expect. This is because Hyundai uses a more environmentally friendly refrigerant gas in its cars, which is pricier and isn't widely available.