The Hyundai 10 has recently been revised with updated styling and new advanced safety and connectivity features – many of which are usually associated with much bigger and more expensive cars. You don’t have to take our word for how great the i10 is, What Car? recently awarded the i10 it’s ‘City Car of the Year’ award for the fourth year in a row! Steve Huntingford, What Car? Editor said: “We have no hesitation in singling out the i10 as our winner: it’s cheap to buy and to run, comfy, and easy to drive in town. But it also has luxuries that you rarely get in this class, plus a five-year warranty. The i10 feels like a class above the rest, with the most room, the smartest interior and the smoothest engine. The i10 is a proper, grown-up car, not just a mere run-around, and that’s why it’s our favourite city car.”
The Hyundai i10 has recently been updated to ensure the car’s appearance remains modern and stylish. Featuring updated front and rear bumpers and new, round LED daytime running lights the i10 has even more personality than before. A range of new wheel designs combine with 9 vibrant exterior colours add even more style to the award-winning city car. For those whose focus is on driving dynamics the Hyundai i10 is available with 15-inch alloy wheels for the first time.
Inside you will find the stylish, high quality interior design the i10 has become known for. Those wanting to add a dash of colour to their cars interior can choose from blue or red interior options free of charge from SE model upwards (exterior colour restrictions apply). Selected models now also come with a 7-inch touchscreen integrated into the dashboard as standard.
Despite the Hyundai i10’s small exterior dimensions it still offers an unexpected level of practicality. The car’s wheelbase of 2,385mm means that the i10 still offers one of the most spacious interiors in its class and making it comfortable for both the driver and passengers. Plus, with automatic climate control, a heated steering wheel and heated front seats available on selected models, driver and passenger comfort is enhanced still further.
It’s not just passenger space where the Hyundai i10 excels. The 252-litre boot is generous and when the 60:40 split rear seats are folded that increases to a hugely useful 1,046 litres of space. Practicality is also aided by one of the widest boot openings of any of its competitors at 920mm.
The Hyundai i10 offers the choice of two petrol engines, a 3-cylinder 1-litre offering 66PS or a 4-cylinder 1.2-litre with 87PS. Both these engines come as standard with a 5-speed manual gearbox while the 1.2-litre can be specified with an optional 4-speed automatic.
Hyundai hasn’t only improved the parts of the i10 that you can see, with a number of changes being made under the skin. Updates have been made to the suspension to improve the car’s ride and handling, even on bumpy roads; while by making tweaks to the steering gear ratio and changing the steering wheel’s structure to magnesium, the steering feel has been improved.
The revised Hyundai i10 brings with it a range of new technologies usually associated with cars from segments above, some of which are firsts in the city-car class.
Selected models in the i10 range now come fitted with an integrated 7-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system as standard which offers Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and TomTom LIVE Services – a first in this type of car.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay allow seamless integration between your smart device and your car. Both systems allow you to access many functionalities offered by a smartphone directly through the car’s touchscreen. For example, you could use Google or Apple maps for navigation or access Spotify or Deezer to play your music.
The system also offers a seven-year free subscription to TomTom LIVE Services. LIVE Services provide real-time traffic updates to the satellite navigation system (allowing it to quickly re-route around traffic problems on your journey) along with local weather updates, online search of points of interest as well as speed camera positons.
Available as an option from SE models upwards, the Driver Assistance Pack comes with two new advanced safety technologies helping you to avoid accidents – both using a front-mounted camera sensor. The Front Collision Warning System uses audio and visual warnings to alert the driver to potential collision risks arising from other vehicles while the Lane Departure Warning System alerts the driver if the car begins to drift out of lane at over 37mph.
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