A sensible small car with plenty of space and equipment, the Hyundai i20 is an affordable and capable city cruiser. Its engines feel a bit gutless compared with rivals in the Ford Fiesta, though, and you’ll find yourself wanting a bit more oomph on the motorway.get the best price
We’d recommend stepping up to SE, which gets alloy wheels, cruise control, high-beam assistance, a variable-height boot floor, a better sound system, rear parking sensors and a leather-effect steering wheel with buttons on it. In addition, SE gets useful safety equipment such as automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assistance.
Engine: 1.2 MPi
None of the engines feels particularly sprightly. This entry-level option makes only 74bhp, so you’ll struggle with anything except inner-city cruising.
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