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The smallest of Hyundai's 'i' range is the i10, designed to be a simple, sleek city car, the i10 is small but mighty, boasting cheap running costs and importantly the ability to easily slot into those tight inner-city parking spaces. Find your used Hyundai i10 at Motors.co.uk.

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Hyundai i10

2017 (66) 1.2 SE 5dr 

10
£6,799
2017 (66)
  • 1.2L
  • 10.5kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2017 (17) 1.0 Premium 5dr [New Model] 

10
£7,999
2017 (17)
  • 1L
  • 8kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2016 (16) 5dr Hat 1.0 66ps Premium Manual 

Price Reduced
8
£9,545
2016 (16)
Finance Available £176 pm
  • 1L
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2017 (17) 1.0 Premium 5dr [New Model] 

Low Mileage
10
£7,999
2017 (17)
  • 1L
  • 3.6kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2017 (67) 1.0 SE 5-Door 

£8,995
2017 (67)
Finance Available £129 pm
  • 1.2L
  • 50Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2016 (66) 1.0 SE 5dr 

Price Reduced
10
£5,999
2016 (66)
  • 1L
  • 12.3kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2015 (15) 1.2 Premium 5dr 

Low Mileage
10
£6,998
2015 (15)
  • 1.2L
  • 17kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai i10

2017 (17) 1.0 Premium 5dr [New Model] 

10
£7,999
2017 (17)
  • 1L
  • 4.8kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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About Hyundai i10 cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Blue
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average Power delivery 75 BHP
Average fuel economy 59 MPG
Average price £7,109
Average mileage 15,429

Hyundai i10

The Hyundai i10 is a small city car that’s everything you’d expect a South Korean auto to be. It’s reliable, fully stocked in terms of equipment, quite practical and great to drive. Offering excellent value for money, you’ll also be privy to the renowned Hyundai 5 year warranty, which means you can cruise around with confidence at all times.

The i10 was introduced in 2007 and is pretty much Hyundai’s entry level car; but that’s OK because it’s actually very good. The 5 door hatchback is impressive in so many different areas it’s easy to see why so many people are choosing it over established models. A few upgrades and facelifts have kept it looking fresh, but overall it’s the real deal.

The exterior is a balance of conservative and crazy, with the front grille in particular being quite tasty. It’s a tiny car, but every inch of it has clearly been thought about. Going inside, you wouldn’t know it’s an entry level auto because the fabrics, materials and overall layout is akin to something a few pegs higher. It’s comfortable and there’s really a serious amount of cabin space for something so small; the boot is quite large too.

The Hyundai is a stereotypical city car in that it handles extremely well and is great to drive around narrow streets and through traffic. The ride is comfortable and it’s surprisingly sprightly thanks to a low weight and punchy engines. The i10 is also composed on motorways or back roads, so it’s more than good enough for driving around in everyday. In fact you’ll enjoy doing so.

The Hyundai isn’t a particularly expensive car to buy brand new, in fact it’s decidedly cheap. However, getting a second hand one from Motors.co.uk is a great way to save even more money and come away with a phenomenally good deal. Listing thousands of different cars for sale at discounted prices, zeroing in on a bargain used Hyundai i10 is as easy as you like.

So what you get with the Hyundai i10 then is a small car that’s incredible value for money and packs a punch well above its weight. There’s not much you can fault it on to be honest, and it really is a great all rounder. The city car genre is full of quality autos, but the i10 can take on any of them and come away a winner as it’s fantastic in so many different areas.