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HYUNDAI i10   2019 2022
2019 2022

The second generation of the Hyundai i10 was revealed before the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.
While the first generation lacked some equipment and amenities even for a car from its segment, the second generation came to fix that.

The super-mini car segment in Europe was important especially in crowded cities and traffic jams that often led to grid-locks. Considering this, there was a real need for vehicles that could offer a small fuel consumption, enough comfort, and a small price.

The Hyundai i10 was an important vehicle for the Korean brand since it was on top of their sales in Europe. The 2019 model was designed, developed and made in Europe. The front aggressive look of the car was complemented with newly designed light-alloy-wheels, which were offered as an option. Some interesting details could be noticed in the rear side of the car, on the C-pillars where the i10 logo was embossed on the outer plastic trim. The same i10 was visible on the taillights, like the one found on premium vehicles. In the back, depending on the options, there was a splitter and no visible exhaust pipe.

Since the wheelbases have been extended when compared with its predecessor, the 2019 i10 offered more room inside. It also featured more amenities such as an 8” infotainment display with a navigation system, that was offered as an option, automatic climate control, heated seats and steering wheel.

For the drivetrain there were two choices: a 1.0-liter and a 1.2-liter engine. The former was available also in a turbocharged version. The standard transmission was a 5-speed manual, but a 5-speed automatic was available.

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HYUNDAI i10 Grand
HYUNDAI i10 Grand  2013 2022
2013 2022

Facing stiff competition against other local carmakers, such as the Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors, the Korean carmaker had to adapt and improve the i10.
It added 40 mm (1.6”) to the wheelbase and used them to increase the interior space for the rear passengers.

The car’s front fascia was identical to the Indian version of the i10. It featured a hexagonal-shaped grille in the bumper flanked on the sides by two side scoops, where the carmaker offered a pair of fog lights as an option. Its swept-back headlights sported a clear lens for the turn signals and orange bulbs. From its sides, the sculptured door panels were adorned with black plastic moldings and silver door handles. Its rear doors were longer than on the regular i10, thus providing an easier ingress and egress to the car.

Hyundai took care of the i10 Grand interior and placed a dual-tone dashboard with a black center stack. Since it was a low-budged vehicle, it didn’t install an infotainment unit but offered a CD stereo with Bluetooth connectivity. An automatic climate control system was offered as an option. It’s flat front seats featured only a few adjustments, while the rear seat passengers were spoiled with additional legroom. It was still not enough for long journeys, but it was good enough for average-sized people, thanks to the tall greenhouse.

Under the hood, Hyundai installed a choice of CNG, gasoline, and turbo-diesel engines ranged between 71 hp (the oil-burner) and 83 hp.

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HYUNDAI i10   2016 2019
2016 2019

A more modern upscale look, redesigned interior, and more tech, that’s what the 2016 update brought for the cute Hyundai i10.
The biggest change can be seen up front where a new grille incorporates the foglights while new headlights make it look more smug. The side is now enhanced by a slash of black plastic cladding, and the back comes with a new bumper and cooler stoplights. The interior of the New i10 inherits the spacious and stylish appearance of the second-generation created through the coloured dashboard layout and the coloured elements surrounding the gear lever and the lower sections of the front doors. It now comes with a stylish new shade of red cloth giving customers a choice of three interior colour options, which also include both black and blue versions. The New i10 further democratises advanced technology in making it available to more people than before. This especially holds true for connectivity and advanced safety features where the A-segment contender further introduces features from the segment above, including Hyundai Motor’s latest navigation and infotainment system with similar functionality to that deployed in the New Generation Hyundai i30 and the All-New IONIQ.

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HYUNDAI i10   2014 2016
2014 2016

The all-new Hyundai i10 promised to be a huge step in the right direction in terms of build quality and space for the city car class.
With an impressive 252 liters of boot space and features from bigger cars, like keyless entry and LED daytime running lights, the i10 made a compelling argument for downgrading to a smaller car. The five-door model is noticeably bigger and prettier than the one it replaces, designed, engineered and built in and for Europe. The engines available with the car are small and designer to be frugal, but considering the vehicle will spend most of its time in the city, the 1.2-liter should be more than peppy enough.

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HYUNDAI i10   2008 2013
2008 2013

A simple and plain design for a mini car designed to be a wiling companion for the daily commute.
With its reduced dimensions of only 3,565mm long and 1,595mm wide, the small i10 fitted into the tightest parking places.

The i10, unlike many other cars in this class, and a decent legroom and headroom for the passengers in the rear seats.

The trunk size was not massive, but with a great capacity for a mini car. The load area could be extended by folding the rear seats.

Inside the i10, all controls were logically laid out and were simple to use. The steering wheel had little adjustments unfortunately.

The hard plastics used for the dashboard were not of high quality, but they helped maintaining the overall production costs low.

Surprisingly for a cheap city car, the i10 came with standard air conditioning and USB ports.

Being designed for everyday city use, the i10 was equipped with a light steering and a comfortable suspension, very easy to drive around town.

Taking the i10 on a highway would not be the best choice, as wind noise and tire roll would be heard at higher speeds.

The practical mini car was offered with a 5-year warranty with unlimited mileage.

Cheap, good warranty, easy to drive, room for 5. Maybe the perfect city car?

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