2013 Hyundai i10 Review | Trusted Car Buyers Blog

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2013 Hyundai i10 Review

European shores soon, the new i10 is not only easy on the eyes, but and a pleasure to drive. Read the Trusted Car Buyers 2013 i10 review here.

The new i10 1.0 acts as the to the 2008 city car that has shape and grow the Hyundai over the last five

Since replacing the Atoz in and the i10’s five-year reign, market share in Europe’s A-segment has expanded from to 5.6%.

A-segment cars are by the European Commision as mini The segment includes the Fiat and 500, as well as the Mini, Twingo, Toyota Aygo, Ka and Kia Picanto, amongst others.

The i10 is the UK’s current best accounting for nearly a third of the manufacturer’s 74,000 sales year.

In a hope to steal more of the mini car market to push its share up to 6.4% in the new i10 will go on sale in the UK as a five-door vehicle.

It will arrive in two petrol engine variants 1.0-litre and 1.2-litre- and three S, SE and Premium.

Europe, watch out

i10 Premium 1.0 Manual

The big difference the new-wave of 2013 Hyundai is their staunchly European #8211; designed in Hyundai’s technical centre in Germany and on the recently expanded Izmit production line.

In an aim to take more of the European the desirable mini car has gone to basics: offering more improved handling and design. grown-up city car.

a slow 0-62mph of 15 seconds its 998cc-model, the power is smoothly and plentiful for the city-runner.

Not only the i10 perform well in urban but on country roads too. and turning on hilly roads, the is well composed for a car of the A-segment

The newer i10 is bigger, yet more than its older brother, 80mm longer, 65mm and 50mm lower, measuring long, 1600mm wide and high.

Its predecessor was the narrowest car of its class, the new line now represents the widest.

The is comfortable and roomy, fitted a bold strip of colour the lower dash and gearstick. some might find a little extrovert, it does more character than the sea of seen in this reasonably market of cars.

The dashboard a bold statement

Legroom, and visibility out of the front are all excellent. The uncomfortable position in the vehicle be for the middle-seat in the rear.

In making the new i10 longer and wider, the now claims the largest luggage in its class, topping the Volkswagen up! by one standing at 252-litres.

Hyundai i10

With the down though, there is headway between the two: the up! has a load space compared to the 1046-litres.

Let the new 2013 Hyundai i10 both your heart and

The 2013 Hyundai i10 will be on throughout Europe in 2014

The new i10 is a well-rounded city car and re-sets the bar for the mini car segment – it would put some larger and more hatchbacks to shame.

The added space given by its chassis and generous helping of as standard – such as 14in multi-function steering and Bluetooth with voice recognition – the model a key differentiator in the competitive car segment.

Coupled with the five-year warranty, the Hyundai i10 is a economical buy. Though, not on paper does it win our love, but in

The new city car is an undeniably marvellous car.

Now, if you can#8217;t to get your hands behind the of a new 2013 Hyundai i10, it may be worth how much your existing

Direct yourself to our free valuation tool at the top of the page, and enter your vehicle number into the box. the #8216;value my car#8217; button for a within seconds.

After a few extra details, you could your car to a trusted car buyer for the possible price. Then new i10 is a few wheels closer.

Hyundai i10 at the Frankfurt Motor Show

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