The new Hyundai i10 is available from the end of January and the revamp includes a restyling, a boost in quality and safety and equipment though the price will remain the same.
Hyundai have built up a strong following in the UK with its well-designed and well-built cars backed up with an impressive warranty and the new Hyundai i10 will help the firm’s future success.
Hyundai says that its new i10 is offering B-segment value in an A-segment package with a price entry point which remains the same as the outgoing i10 of £8,345.
There’s a lot of car for the money and the new generation Hyundai i10 doesn’t fail to deliver in offering improved value in a fiercely contested market segment.
Hyundai i10 is a city car going places
Since April 2008, the Hyundai i10 has been extremely popular in the UK and has sold more than 110,000 units which accounts for one third of the firm’s European sales.
Now the carmaker is hoping that its new i10 will help increase its popularity and sales figures.
To help its appeal to potential buyers, Hyundai has equipped it with the type of standard equipment normally found in more expensive vehicles and includes things like automatic climate control and heated leather steering wheel. There’s also cruise control, tyre pressure monitoring, six airbags and electronic stability control.
The new Hyundai i10 comes with two efficient petrol engines and the trim levels match those which were introduced with the new Hyundai ix35.
The Hyundai i10 is lighter than the outgoing model, improved handling and has improvements to lower cabin noise – it is much quieter than its main rivals.
Hyundai i10 equipment and spec are boosted
It is also longer than its predecessor which means improved legroom and luggage capacity, which puts it at the top end for space in an A-segment car.
The top end of the range is the Premium trim which will set new levels for standard equipment in the sector and includes things like Bluetooth with voice recognition, alloy wheels, LED daytime lights, and door mirror indicators.
As city cars go, the Hyundai i10 provides a lot of car for the money – the Premium trim for instance starts at £9,995.
It’s also quite impressive that the small car comes with five seats, except the SE, and an impressive list of optional equipment which includes metallic paint, steering wheel controls, a Winter Pack and a driver assist pack (which is effectively rear parking sensors and cruise control with speed limiter).
The Hyundai i10 is a Turkish-built vehicle which will sell well and adds to what is an impressive line-up from the carmaker.