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Cheapest 5 Seat Car

Hyundai i10 Classic 1.2L
£20 road tax
5 yr warranty + 5yr breakdown cover
On the road price



i10 Classic 1.2 available from £6,995 OTR with £1,200 customer saving*

Key Features:

* – Air conditioning
* – Electric front windows
* – Front and front side airbags
* – Central locking
* – Stereo RDS radio/CD player with MP3 compatibility
* – USB and Aux connections
* – Eco Drive Indicator

For more great offers on the i10 range, click here to find your local dealer.
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Model featured: i10 Classic 1.2 at £6,995 OTR (including £1,200 customer saving) * in Electric red solid paint at no extra cost.

The official fuel consumption figures in mpg (l/100km) for the
i10 Classic 1.2 are: Urban 50.4 (5.6), Extra Urban 68.9 (4.1),
Combined 61.4 (4.6), CO2 Emissions 108 g/km.

*Price shown includes delivery, first registration fee, number plates, 12 months Road Fund Licence and £1,200 customer saving subject to purchase and registration taking place between 1st April 2011 and 30th June 2011. Customer saving of £1,200 only available on i10 Classic 1.2. For model details refer to http://www.hyundai.co.uk/newCars/i10/prices/ or Hyundai's latest Price Guide. Reference HB2729.

All offers and savings are only available to private retail customers on new cars purchased in the UK (excluding Channel Islands or Isle of Man), sourced through Hyundai Motor UK Ltd or its authorised dealers. Offers are subject to availability and may be varied or withdrawn at any time.

This offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer and for customers under the Hyundai Affinity Programme. Warranty only available on new cars purchased in the UK and sourced through Hyundai Motor UK Ltd or its authorised dealers. See your local dealer for full warranty terms and exclusions or visit http://www.hyundai.co.uk/owners/5YearWarranty/. Terms & conditions apply.


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banned#1
great, another i10 post.
#2
At the same price as the one last week too.
Wassaaapoint.
#3
i bought my mum one of these in the scrappage scheme for 5k... scrapping her 1989 polo.

the car is ok, i'd give it 4/5. Don't expect wonders but you do get value for the money. Its for short to medium trips... rides into the town etc. For anything else I'd stretch for a more solid car.

G
3 Likes #4
We spent last week looking at all the small super-eco small cars for a good deal... C1, 107, Aygo, i10, Alto ...

I test drove the i10 and came to the conclusion it was very cheaply put together, very very basic.. the inside materials felt like the cheapest of the cheap... seat material was very poor, the plastics inside felt very poor too... the engine felt quite limited too before it got even halfway on the rev counter...

In the end we decided to pay a little bit more money and went for an Aygo as it also comes with a 5 year warranty.... might be worth checking out as a comparison if you're gonna spend 7k, why not just spend 8k...

The 107 dealer had almost zero interest in selling the car... "here's a brochure.... 8k for the base model..." (which was £750 more than the C1 for the same spec car... the Aygo/C1/107 all share the same basic engine/shell)....

The C1 seemed ok, but for the price gets beaten by the Aygo 5 year warranty...

Hope this info helps anyone looking for a new small car...
banned#5
clsss
In the end we decided to pay a little bit more money and went for an Aygo as it also comes with a 5 year warranty.... might be worth checking out as a comparison if you're gonna spend 7k, why not just spend 8k...




There was, and probably still is, a very long thread on here about the C1/107/Aygo and I seem to remember that the difference in price between the C1 and Aygo was about £2500. On the assumption that they're basically the same car wouldn't it have been worth considering taking the cheaper car, buying an extended warranty for a few hundred quid and pocketing the savings?

Edited By: howardino on May 04, 2011 23:36
3 Likes #6
Bought ten.
#7
howardino
clsss
In the end we decided to pay a little bit more money and went for an Aygo as it also comes with a 5 year warranty.... might be worth checking out as a comparison if you're gonna spend 7k, why not just spend 8k...




There was, and probably still is, a very long thread on here about the C1/107/Aygo and I seem to remember that the difference in price between the C1 and Aygo was about £2500. On the assumption that they're basically the same car wouldn't it have been worth considering taking the cheaper car, buying an extended warranty for a few hundred quid and pocketing the savings?


Good point, just to clarify we ended up with an ex-demo with 2k on the clock, just over 4.5yrs warranty, and was the 'Blue' edition which came with bluetooth handsfree/music, air-con, metallic paint etc, plus 18 months more warranty (which will help resale value) for effectively the same price as a new basic model C1... but yes, I think the Aygo is slightly more expensive... it seems to go C1 > 107 > Aygo in terms of price.. same basic shell/engine, but different options/warranties, etc... don't think the difference new like for like is as much as £2500 though...


Edited By: clsss on May 04, 2011 23:49
#8
Oh yeah, and forgot to mention - as for being '5 seat'... when I checked it out if you had 2 adults in both the normal seats, then the middle person would either have to be severely malnourished, or under the age of 10 to fit in... it's like half the size of a normal seat..

I would anticipate it being either 2 kids and 1 adult in the middle (although with kids having booster seats/kids seats I can't even see this being possible as they take up space)... or 2 adults, and 1 kid in the middle (again how they would get a kids booster seat/chair in there would be a good question)... it's not a true 5 seater, it highly depends on who is occupying the seats...
banned 1 Like #9
#10
whatsThePoint


Might wanna check that out, the Hyundai dealer I visited had some pre-registered ones for that price, but it turned out they were the older 2010 models, not the brand new 2011 models... I would be suspicious that the deal linked here is the 2010 model.
banned#11
clsss
whatsThePoint


Might wanna check that out, the Hyundai dealer I visited had some pre-registered ones for that price, but it turned out they were the older 2010 models, not the brand new 2011 models... I would be suspicious that the deal linked here is the 2010 model.

Its this price in countless places if not everywhere and i expect you could get a bit more off if you tried at any place, so no deal here at all for me let alone a hot one
#12
whatsThePoint



I pointed out to you that these cars at Bristol Street Motors are pre registered old models, so you are not comparing like with like.
#13
This car is crap. I went to see it last year after a good write up online but it is dire. The bigger i20 is also rubbish as it has a design fault meaning you cannot depress the pedals without your leg hitting the underneath of the steering column. Avoid.
banned#14
Inactive
whatsThePoint


I pointed out to you that these cars at Bristol Street Motors are pre registered old models, so you are not comparing like with like.

I'm comparing it to the other posts for this car at the same price, i didn't refur back to the cheaper one
#15
whatsThePoint
Inactive
whatsThePoint



I pointed out to you that these cars at Bristol Street Motors are pre registered old models, so you are not comparing like with like.


I'm comparing it to the other posts for this car at the same price, i didn't refur back to the cheaper one


Strange that your link takes us there then?
1 Like #16
3.1415926
This car is crap. I went to see it last year after a good write up online but it is dire. The bigger i20 is also rubbish as it has a design fault meaning you cannot depress the pedals without your leg hitting the underneath of the steering column. Avoid.


Wow. What a load of nonsense. The steering column is adjustable as is the seat. If you could not find the right position then that is your fault not a design fault.
2 Likes #17
3.1415926
This car is crap. I went to see it last year after a good write up online but it is dire. The bigger i20 is also rubbish as it has a design fault meaning you cannot depress the pedals without your leg hitting the underneath of the steering column. Avoid.

Are you sure you adjusted the steering column? My husband is 6ft 4" and he has no problems driving it. In his job he drives several different makes of cars and he reckons the hyundai compares well. The reason we bought the i20 was the price and the 5 year warranty.
1 Like #18
We bought an i10 through the scrappage scheme and we can't fault it. Cheap to run, tax, insure. Its nippy and easy to drive/park. My oh is 6' 2" and has no problem fitting into it. Its great for a 2nd car.
#19
listerdude
3.1415926
This car is crap. I went to see it last year after a good write up online but it is dire. The bigger i20 is also rubbish as it has a design fault meaning you cannot depress the pedals without your leg hitting the underneath of the steering column. Avoid.

Wow. What a load of nonsense. The steering column is adjustable as is the seat. If you could not find the right position then that is your fault not a design fault.

Are you really saying that if the car is designed in such a way that someone can`t adjust things to be comfortable, then the fault is with the person, and not the company who designed the car that way? Does that really sound like a good arguement?
#20
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!



Edited By: wantthatone on May 05, 2011 08:47
#21
wantthatone
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!



So what are you trying to say about i10 drivers???
2 Likes #22
wantthatone
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!





Utter twaddle, they are great little cars, very well equipped and great value for money.
#23
Are there finance options available for poor people like me?
1 Like #24
Owned this car for over a year.

Fantastic city car, loads of extras, fits a family of 5 (2 adults, 3 pre-teen kids) comfortably.

Has proved to be excellent value for money.

I bought under scrappage scheme, selling a car that was worth under £500, so if I wasn't happy I would have sold for a profit and bought something else.
banned 2 Likes #25
wantthatone
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!




Made for third world counties LOL. They were deliberately made to a low price point to sell to wealthy nations easily parted with their money who now view cars as a disposable commodity.

As for your little game................thank god for 'the register' is all I can say. It's not healthy to have that kind of interest in strangers. Seek help.
#26
I see wantthatone is happy to **** off people who drive these cars but hides away when confronted! ;)
#27
Is the Tata Nano coming onto the cheap car scene this year?
If so it could be worth a wait
#28
wantthatone
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!




Biggot.
1 Like #29
wantthatone
These cars were made for third world countries originally, they are awful! I like to play categorise cars to drivers and before I see the driver I've usually got it spot on with this car!



Using your car to driver recognition analogy I assume your drive is a Ford D*ckhead GLS or maybe a Hyundai IQ minus 5 Sport .

Fool
#30
All this bickering makes me laugh, you get what you pay for a very small cheaply built poorly specified city car. There is no doubting it is cheap, but is it cheaper than everywhere else? If not then I'm afraid it is not a hot deal. If it is cheaper it is a good deal. Admittedly it will not be everyones cup of tea at any price but too many people are passing comment on the car and not the deal.
3 Likes #31
fergee
All this bickering makes me laugh, you get what you pay for a very small cheaply built poorly specified city car. There is no doubting it is cheap, but is it cheaper than everywhere else? If not then I'm afraid it is not a hot deal. If it is cheaper it is a good deal. Admittedly it will not be everyones cup of tea at any price but too many people are passing comment on the car and not the deal.


Like you just did - it certainly is NOT poorly specified city car. I checked out all the ones in its price range, and none had all the extras this has for same / similar price. And I can say it is not poorly build - is much more solid than the similar priced Fiat - nothign has fallen off or rattling after 12,000 miles...and if it was, it has 5 year warranty.

So yes, do concentrate on the deal....and not mis-information.
#32
stupet11
fergee
All this bickering makes me laugh, you get what you pay for a very small cheaply built poorly specified city car. There is no doubting it is cheap, but is it cheaper than everywhere else? If not then I'm afraid it is not a hot deal. If it is cheaper it is a good deal. Admittedly it will not be everyones cup of tea at any price but too many people are passing comment on the car and not the deal.

Like you just did - it certainly is NOT poorly specified city car. I checked out all the ones in its price range, and none had all the extras this has for same / similar price. And I can say it is not poorly build - is much more solid than the similar priced Fiat - nothign has fallen off or rattling after 12,000 miles...and if it was, it has 5 year warranty.

So yes, do concentrate on the deal....and not mis-information.

I took the post to mean that like pretty much all city cars, this one is poorly specified. Not that this one is particularly poorly specified for a city car.

After 12000 miles a car is still bedding in, and the annoying plastic rattling you get on cheaper cars won`t get fixed under warranty.
2 Likes #33
I took the post to mean that like pretty much all city cars, this one is poorly specified. Not that this one is particularly poorly specified for a city car.


I think you will find it is very well specified even for cars ABOVE its range.


After 12000 miles a car is still bedding in, and the annoying plastic rattling you get on cheaper cars won`t get fixed under warranty.


Agreed - which was why I didn't plump for a Fiat - this is very solidly made.

Seriously - this is well worth a look and test drive.
I would have never dreamed have buying a Hyundai before, and I admit even after buying had everything crossed...but I really cannot fault the performance, and the value for money you get - and in terms of warranty they did raise the bar.

Don't care less what ill informed people will post in response - I am just sharing my really good experience on a fantastic little car.

If that's what you are looking for - this is well worthy of consideration.

Edited By: stupet11 on May 05, 2011 12:02
#34
stupet11
I took the post to mean that like pretty much all city cars, this one is poorly specified. Not that this one is particularly poorly specified for a city car.

I think you will find it is very well specified even for cars ABOVE its range.


After 12000 miles a car is still bedding in, and the annoying plastic rattling you get on cheaper cars won`t get fixed under warranty.

Agreed - which was why I didn't plump for a Fiat - this is very solidly made.

Seriously - this is well worth a look and test drive.
I would have never dreamed have buying a Hyundai before, and I admit even after buying had everything crossed...but I really cannot fault the performance, and the value for money you get - and in terms of warranty they did raise the bar.

Don't care less what ill informed people will post in response - I am just sharing my really good experience on a fantastic little car.

If that's what you are looking for - this is well worthy of consideration.

It my be specced above it`s range, but it`s still a bottom end car. If all you do is pootle 5 miles to a city centre then it`s fine and dandy. If you`ve got a 60 mile motorway commute then you want a real car, with the extra comfort and features that come with it. Wouldn`t touch this or a Fiat, it`s got to be German for me. Octavia, Passat, A4 or bigger every time.
1 Like #35
SimonFin

It my be specced above it`s range, but it`s still a bottom end car. If all you do is pootle 5 miles to a city centre then it`s fine and dandy. If you`ve got a 60 mile motorway commute then you want a real car, with the extra comfort and features that come with it. Wouldn`t touch this or a Fiat, it`s got to be German for me. Octavia, Passat, A4 or bigger every time.



Which all come with less warranty than this, I wonder why?

This is far more reliable than any new VW or Audi.
2 Likes #36
I've got an i20 and love it. For the price I got all the toys (ac, ipod, mp3, all round electric windows etc) the better engine (1.4 99bhp in a little city car is great) and CVT auto gear box all for the price of a base model ford fiesta or vauxhall corsa (no ac etc). It drives better than my old pug 206 and the engine is very revvy and fun (CVVC - like honda vtec). Anyone who looks at the badge and decides no based solely on that needs their head examined - Expect you probably only buy Sony TVs too!

Was tempted with the i10 but a little small for me personally.

Edited By: cheesemp on May 05, 2011 12:33
#37
£6.495.00 at my local garage in NI, has been that price for ages
#38
Again I repeat, it is poorly specd. It doesn't even have remote central locking or alloy wheels. Standard on almost all non-city cars. It isn't even a good deal now as you can get it for £6495.

In my opinion no city car would be suitable for driving over 6-8000 miles per annum. If you need to do more than school runs and short commutes a decent 2nd hand car will beat it every time. Fair play to those that have them but for just over £6000 you aren't going to be dazzled.

Edited By: fergee on May 05, 2011 13:18
#39
fergee
Again I repeat, it is poorly specd. It doesn't even have remote central locking or alloy wheels. Standard on almost all non-city cars. It isn't even a good deal now as you can get it for £6495.




Where from ?
1 Like #40
SimonFin
listerdude
3.1415926
This car is crap. I went to see it last year after a good write up online but it is dire. The bigger i20 is also rubbish as it has a design fault meaning you cannot depress the pedals without your leg hitting the underneath of the steering column. Avoid.


Wow. What a load of nonsense. The steering column is adjustable as is the seat. If you could not find the right position then that is your fault not a design fault.


Are you really saying that if the car is designed in such a way that someone can`t adjust things to be comfortable, then the fault is with the person, and not the company who designed the car that way? Does that really sound like a good arguement?


Does the word strawman mean anything to you?
No I really wasn't saying that. I know, because my partner owns one of these cars, that they have as much room for the driver as any other car in it's class. I simply accused you and only you of failing use the supplied adjustment properly. I suggest that you, now that you have this knowledge, try again.

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