The Hyundai i20 has one of the roomiest cabins in the class, with enough leg and head room to accommodate tall drivers with ease. It’s a noticeably wider cabin than most rivals offer, too.
The door bins have a moulded section that holds a 1.0-litre bottle in place, with two fixed cupholders behind the gearlever. You’ll be able to stow a portable sat-nav in the glovebox along with the handbook, and on SE and up the glovebox can also be chilled, making it perfect for storing a sandwich or drink.
From Premium trim upwards there is a central cubby that doubles up as an armrest. If you haven’t got the phone dock, there’s a shallow cubby in front of the gearlever that’s ideal storage given the proximity to the USB and 12V ports, although it’s not rubberized.
Access is very good for this class, too, with broad door openings and a high roof.