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Hyundai i10 Key Features

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Pros

  • Easy city car
  • Fuel efficiency is good
  • LPG option is a boon

Cons

  • Not enough spacious enough
  • Outdated design
  • Ride quality is not upto the mark
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Hyundai i10 360° View

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Interior 360° Degree View

Wondering how the insides of the Hyundai i10 look like? Get a tour of this car with the 360° degree view of the interior. Enjoy a lifelike view of the interior design of this car. Check out how the manufacturer has utilized the space and how spacious the legroom as well as the headroom are. Get a feel of the quality of the material used and see how the dashboard looks like. Check AC vents, infotainment system and other utility equipment on offer. See if the car offers steering-mounted controls. In a nutshell, this 360° degree interior view walks you through the inside of Hyundai i10. Click anywhere on the image and drag it to the left and right to rotate. Zoom to enlarge the view!

Exterior 360° Degree View

Want to have a feel of how the Hyundai i10 exterior looks like? This 360° degree view lets you check the outer details of the car without even visiting a showroom. Enjoy a lifelike experience of how this car looks like from all angles. Check out how the grille, bumpers, headlights, side-view mirrors, indicators, tail lamps, etc., are carved out on the car body. This 360° degree view helps you see the design of doors and handles, pillars, windows, and the rear profile of the car. This is exactly how your new Hyundai i10 will appear. To get a glimpse of the exterior of Hyundai i10 from all around, drag the image to the left or right to rotate the car.

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Hyundai i10 Reviews (126)

Steady the car, more its performance.

Overall rating: 3 Reviewed By: Vijay Kapoor on 20 July 2015
Small and steady car with average of 17 to 18 kmpl on highway and in city 14 to 15kmpl makes every one smile. The other car compre to its performance are very few in the market which gives an edge to this vehicle. he features are also steady which cover all the basic requirement in the basic car. Also...  Read More »

Bad electronic

Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: Harish Kumar on 24 March 2017
Bad electronic part i own i10 magna1.2 kappa. The electronic power steering modume is reported malfunctioning. Service advisor sugested replacement. I am surprised with of hyundai  Read More »

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Hyundai i10 Overview

Hyundai i10, the premium hatchback from Hyundai, is placed between Santro and the now phased-out Getz. Hyundai i10 is a very accomplished product, which explains why it was the de facto choice in this segment for a long time. A competent city car, i10 is compact, extremely easy to drive and has a good amount of equipment. It also remains one of the most fuel-efficient cars in the segment and the LPG variant only sweetens the deal if you are looking for a compact hatchback. The car continues to remain a favourite compact hatchback.

Hyundai i10 Exterior

Unlike some of its hatchback rivals, Hyundai i10 was not as good looking. The looks were one thing that went against the car but it finally has been taken care of in the revamped models. The car is known for its smartness and coupled with the better exterior looks, it sure makes a strong case this time around.
Inspired by the new fluidic concept, the design is not really a big step forward. The bolder, bigger headlamps give the i10 a more upmarket look. The frontal form gets a hexagonal form, which again is in tune with the new looks that can be seen on other Hyundai products as well. The sides and rear of the car too have undergone a design change with new style wheels, and redesigned rear lamps and bumper to give the new i10 contemporary and streetwise look. Dimension wise, the i10 is 3585 mm long, 1595 mm wide (as wide as the Chevrolet Beat) and 1550 mm tall. All versions come with 155/80 R13 wheels and the i10 is available in eight different color options. All the versions come with standard steel wheels without optional alloy. The top-end versions with rear spoiler and integrated brake lamp look nice. The rear view mirror integrated indicators for some of the higher versions look good as well.

Hyundai i10 Interior

The cabin space and quality has been one of the strongest points of the Hyundai i10. The longer wheelbase than cars like the Chevrolet Beat and Maruti Ritz, and space on the inside is very generous. Tall adults and three mid-sized people at the rear can seat comfortably in the i10. The car has decent 225-litre boot space. The overall quality of the interiors is better and the plastic used is also of the higher order.
The speedometer console and the fascia are also much better than most of the other cars in the same price band. The buttons and console look terrific with blue backlighting. The top-end variants get steering-mounted controls for the audio system with the latter being integrated perfectly into the central console. The air-con rotary knobs feel and work just fine. The forward-placed gear lever gives a lot of space between the front two passengers. You get two cup-holders and cubby holes each in front and at the rear of the hand brake. The i10 offers the driver a good view of the surroundings. The space and comfort of the back seat is also above average and even the rear windows wind down all the way!

Hyundai i10 Engine & Transmission

The i10 is available in two engine options - 1.1-litre iRDE2 (intelligent Responsive Drive Engine), which makes a maximum power of 69 PS with an economy of 19.81 kmpl, and the bigger 1.2-litre engine option, which gives 80 PS of power along with 111 Nm of torque. You get the best performance and economy. At 20.36 kmpl, the i10 is the most efficient in its class. With relatively lighter body weight, the i10 1.2 is one of the best city cars. The engine is very responsive and it’s easy to pilot the car through small gaps.
The power doesn’t strain the engine even if the i10 is fully loaded with the air-con working. The i10 is also a very good highway car with the 1.2 engine feeling comfortable at an indicated 110-115 km/h. The engine gets good company in the form of 5-speed manual gearbox. Hyundai has discontinued the i10 powered by 1.2-litre Kappa 2 engine with variable valve timing. The automatic variant powered by the same 1.2-litre engine too has met the same fate. Hyundai has also introduced an LPG variant of the popular model.

Hyundai i10 Mileage

The Hyundai i10 mileage is a fuel-efficient and very economical car. The company claims a mileage of 19.81 kmpl for the Hyundai i10 D petrol version, but it very easily delivers a mileage of 16.4 kmpl on petrol. Hyundai i10 Asta AT delivers a mileage of 16.95 kmpl on highway with its petrol variant. The diesel variant of Hyundai i10 gives higher mileage, but the company has stopped the diesel variant.

Hyundai i10 Braking and Safety

The i10 provides decent braking with front ventilated discs and drums at the rear. The brakes of i10 feel good, and have strong retardation and a commendable resistance to fade. The first-in-class reverse parking sensors, and the reassurance of dual airbags and ABS mean that you don't have to worry about safety.

Hyundai i10 Performance and Handling

The i10 ride always feels measured and controlled. The way it behaves over undulating, lumpy B-roads, you would feel that you are driving a large family hatchback. The speed may give you the feeling of driving a small car but the feel does not.

What do we think about Hyundai i10?

Hyundai i10 is one of the best cars available in the segment. Although the car has aged, it still offers more than its competitors. It makes a perfect city and highway car. The car may look small from the outside but is roomy and spacious on the inside. If you are in the market looking for an entry level car, do have a look at Hyundai i10 as this car has not been a segment leader for nothing.

Hyundai i10 Competitors

Despite there being strong competition from the rivals, like Maruti Suzuki Ritz, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, Tata Indica Vista and Ford Figo, Hyundai i10 has been doing well. The revamped i10 has only added value to the car.

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