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The Hyundai i10 is one of the best city cars around. It’s quiet, roomy, good value for money and has a long warranty. Visit http://bit.ly/2iXsolV to see how much we can save you on a new Hyundai i10.

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  1. Thanks for the great review. In terms of the auto transmission, if you were to take into account the DCT on the smartfor four into this category, would you say the hyundai has a better auto transmission than the smart DCT?

  2. I have one of these – a 1.0L and totally disagree about motorway use. The car is great on the motorway, will cruise happily at 80 – 85 – it really surprised me the first time I tried it.

  3. I own a 2014 model and it is a very good car. not problem out of the city, you can cruise in 70-80 Mph with no issue. very good value for little money. highly recommended.

  4. I have the 2016 i10 1.2 and get over 49mpg in town and over 65 on a run with sensible driving. My better half seems to struggle to get close to my figures which goes to show that driving styles and general feel of the car differs from driver to driver.

  5. This car looks great, but performance wise, a Polo vivo GTS is better and cheaper in South Africa which is where I'm from.

  6. lazy written review just watch Whatcars review of the Hyundai i10 2016, hmmm sounds like it's pretty much the same review.

  7. Just got a new one 2017 the only thing I'm disappointed with is has no reversing camera

  8. I have a 2016 Hyundai I10 1 litre. Drove from Birmingham to Torquay (about 180 miles). Two adults and luggage for a weeks stay at a hotel. Did the job just fine with the cruise control, quite a comfortable drive overall. The petrol consumption was no big deal either. If you haven't got the patience and can't wait a few seconds while going through gear changes then by all means get your 1.2 litre or more powerful motor. If you do have patience, then I can thoroughly recommend it.

  9. Shep in the U.S. here. I'm on my 4th Hyundai since 1989 and I'm still driving 3 of them! A 2013 Sonata (i45) that I use for airport transportation.(I'm so cheap I never would have bought a car that big for personal use) A 2010 Accent and a 1999 Accent (all purchased new). Unlike most Americans I'm a (proud) cheapskate and can drive a stick shift! (manual gearbox) Hyundai needs to bring this car to the U.S. ! (maybe even build it here) Great review!

  10. I’ve just bought an i10 1.0 engine base model which is only 2yrs old & I have to say I’m pleased with mine. I have always had Vauxhalls in the past, but I have found this to be better than their equivilant, the Viva. The only minus point is the lack of bluetooth connectivity in the base models.

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