New Hyundai I10 Quotes


PerformanceAll models are built with a slick 5-speed gearbox and there are two petrol engines to choose from including a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder unit with 65 bhp, and a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder engine producing 86bhp. The 1.2-litre is capable of running 0-60mph in 10.9 seconds and has a top speed of 110mph which beats the Fiat Panda as it will do 0-60mph in 14.4 seconds and has a slower top speed of 102mph. Performance through twisty corners is good corners while the steering is very light, particularly around town. Feel the performance for yourself by booking a test drive on

Running Costs

The i10 will never be expensive to run, which sets itself high against it’s rivals, the 1.0-litre with stop-start engine will return 61.4mpg fuel economy and has Co2 emissions of 106gkm. Even the 1.2-litre engine guarantees a 57.6mpg return and the Co2 emissions only rise to 114g/km and the standard servicing intervals for the i10 are 12months or 12,500 miles. The i10 comes in at under £9,000 which is very competitive for the sector.


Despite its reasonable price the i10 comes available in seven different trim levels, standard kit includes aircon, electric windows, central locking and an MPS ready CD player. On the Comfort trim features include alloy wheels, power mirrors and front fog lamps, remote locking and an underfloor luggage box in the boot. Top of the range is the Style trim which has added features of heated front seats, a power sunroof, rear spoiler and a metal-grain interior trim. Full specifications across all trim levels are in our brochure.