Hyundai i10 Reviews
Following on the progress of the i30, Hyundai has launched the i10, another useful, zippy town hatch with loads of street appeal. Has Hyundai made the right move-in introducing another hatch into its line-up? Read on and judge yourself...
The Hyundai i10 is different from the i30 in that it's a smaller hatch and will probably attract urban professionals, singles and retirees and for another "shopping basket" auto. That said, it's still a fiveseat fivedoor hatch that might be appropriate for smaller, younger households that are interested in security, market and reliability.
The Hyundai i10 has punchier appears than its government, with fashionable bodycoloured door handles and fender, focussed - looking sporty alloy wheels and headlamps. Large windows over-all give loads of visibility (and then there's the sunroof in addition), and the i10 has an adequate tailgate to it. It's similar to a pug puppy - lots of go in a small bundle.
The Hyundai i10 is a frugal small animal, which is only one of its design attributes that's likely to appeal in the present downturn. The 1.1 litre motor (manual model) manages to squeeze out quite a good 60-mpg or 4 litres/100 km, and in accordance with environmental limitations and issues, the Hyundai i10 is really clear operating, creating just 119 g/km of CO2 (1.1 litre manual model again).
If you ding something, the air bags strategically placed across the cottage (front and side) will deploy - unless you've used the manual air-bag deactivation function for the front passenger seat, that's critical if you want to place a child-safety seat in the front (for instance, if you want to fold the back seats down level for a big load).
The last verdict? The Hyundai i10 is a secure, dependable, practical and efficient car that supplies loads of practicality and enjoyment for all those on a lower funding.
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