Which used Hyundai i10 hatchback should I buy?
We certainly wouldn’t blame you if you decided to go for a good used example of a 1.0-litre three-cylinder i10: it’s good to drive, economical and exceptionally refined. But we think there might be occasions when you’d be better off with the 1.2-litre. It’s nearly as economical as the smaller engine and shouldn’t cost you much more to run. It’s also a little punchier throughout the rev range, so we think that just tips the balance in its favour – with a full load of people, a full boot, and a hill to climb, you'll find it easier in an i10 with the larger engine.
Surprisingly, we’d also go for the top trim, Premium SE. S is too basic, lacking air-con among other things, while it has to be said that SE is excellent value. However, if you can find a good used Premium SE car from 2017 onwards, it’s worth having for the impressive infotainment screen. Try to get one with the driver assist pack because this adds forward collision alert and lane-departure warning.
Our favourite Hyundai i10 1.2 Premium SE
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