Hyundai i10

The Essentials

  • Price from £8,345
  • What Car? says: 4 star rating
  • Fuel economy: up to 67.3mpg
  • What is it? The Hyundai i10 is great if you live in town, hate parking and want a cheap set of wheels.
  • Your Reviews

    "Stalls"

    3

    24-Sep-2013

    It's pretty cheap, nippy, easy to park and speedy in first however I have a huge problem with mine it is constantly stalling. If you lose your bite by about a tenth of a millimeter it will stall. This isn't so bad on the flat but on an uphill it's a nightmare.

    A quick google search will find plenty of others with the same problem. I do have it booked into the garage to see if they can do something about it and IF they can fix the problem I will come back and re review but at the moment if I could go back in time I wouldn't have touched it with a barge pole!

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    "Nippy"

    4

    21-Jun-2012

    I have just taken delivery of my new i10.....and I love it. Less tinny than my old citroen c1. Looking forward to taking it on a long drive this weekend!

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    t0lk13n

    1 review posted

    "i20 after 3 years"

    4

    18-Jun-2012

    Bit light weight in the body. Steering pulls and steering column colapsed in the 2nd year. Tends to steam up at the first sign of rain. On the plus side cover by 3 year warranty , it inexpensive to buy and spacious.

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    chrriss

    1 review posted

    "Like driving a go-kart - in a good way."

    4

    30-May-2012

    The i10 has brilliant mileage, is nippy around town, and is outstandingly easy to park. This is because it is miniscule. I can get an umbrella fold buggy in the boot (but only if I remove the parcel shelf). I have two childseats in the back (a Maxicosi Cabriofix on the isofix base and a Kiddy Pro) and, although my three year old boots the back of my seat, there seems to be enough room for the kids. It is also very safe (great NCAP rating, isofix mounts) for its size. I road tested a Toyota Yaris, a Skoda Fabia and a Hyundai i20 before settling on this - it was the most fun to drive and the smallest (and therefore easiest to park). People with big cars will smirk at you, right up until the point that they scrape their wing trying to get out of a multistorey carpark.

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    WheresVinick

    1 review posted

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