Hyundai i10, New £6,995 OTR @ Hyundai
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Hyundai i10, New £6,995 OTR @ Hyundai

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Found 19th Jan 2014
Says from £6,995 on the Hyundai website for the i10.

We went to the dealer today and it is true, as long as you don't mind white. Test drove it and great little car.
Aircon, CD etc

Good deal for a new car.
No RFL for first year, then £20 per year, so cheap motoring.

Only other colour available was metallic grey for an extra £445.

Price has been cut as there is a new model coming out in February

A little larger than the Pug 107, Aygo or C1.

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So are people saying it's a bad car or there's other choices for you 7k.

Normally an £8K car, 5 year warranty so hot from me.

What Car? says 5 STARS
The Hyundai i10 is the best city car around. It’s quiet, roomy, excellent value and has a long warranty.

whatcar.com/car…3-5

androoski

Normally an £8K car, 5 year warranty so hot from me.What Car? says 5 … Normally an £8K car, 5 year warranty so hot from me.What Car? says 5 STARSThe Hyundai i10 is the best city car around. It’s quiet, roomy, excellent value and has a long warranty.http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/hyundai/i10-hatchback/summary/26203-5



That's the new one.

Ive got one , brill car , and mines white best colour

I have a hyundai i20 and would deffo recommend. We got it cos we wanted the security of the 5 year warranty.
4 years old and never had a problem.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

That's the new one.



This is the WhatCar review for the 2014 version:

whatcar.com/car…237

According to the Managing Director of Hyundai UK they won't be bringing in as many of the completely revised new model as this outgoing model as they wish to sell more i20 and i30's. Therefore discounts on the new model will be limited. This model has been very successful and known issues with earlier cars have been sorted. Push for some extras and you won't go far wrong with this outgoing favourite - Honest Johns Cousin

This deal is certainly not hot. They have been selling for £6995 for over 2 years now.

I would rather spend that sort of money on a second hand Toyota Yaris. The i10 will be worth about the same as a second hand pair of y-fronts in a couple of years.

When I checked about three months ago I found that the i10 had the second best depreciation value of all cars on the uk market beaten only by the vw fox.

Bought the I10 Active last year for £6400 on the road with delivery up my front door.
Sorry but not hot from me although it is a great little car.

stevendflynn

I would rather spend that sort of money on a second hand Toyota Yaris. … I would rather spend that sort of money on a second hand Toyota Yaris. The i10 will be worth about the same as a second hand pair of y-fronts in a couple of years.



& i bet them y-fronts have better skid marks than the i10 could make

androoski

This is the WhatCar review for the 2014 … This is the WhatCar review for the 2014 version:http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/hyundai/i10/2014-hyundai-i10-review/1216237



Yes still the same car!

Without even reading you can tell its the new one as it looks a hell of a lot nicer to look at.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Yes still the same car! Without even reading you can tell its the new one … Yes still the same car! Without even reading you can tell its the new one as it looks a hell of a lot nicer to look at.



True, but if you go to the Hyundai website and look at the outgoing i10 it still claims the WhatCar city car quote. Th pics on the article are definitely 2014 car. Article not dated or specific about which one, it's just i10.

androoski

True, but if you go to the Hyundai website and look at the outgoing i10 … True, but if you go to the Hyundai website and look at the outgoing i10 it still claims the WhatCar city car quote. Th pics on the article are definitely 2014 car. Article not dated or specific about which one, it's just i10.



The outgoing cars have names for trim levels like 'classic' and 'active'. The new ones have 'S', 'S Air', 'SE' and 'Premium'.

I've had one for fours years. Awesome little car.

We have a 5 yr old one and it's a great little car. The new one is about £8k so this is a good deal.

Push them, got one brand new last year for £6295, they will be even more willing this year as the Facelift model is just round the corner.
By the way, this is a great car for the money, but it does suffer from some quality-control defects after the first new months...

GAVINLEWISHUKD

The outgoing cars have names for trim levels like 'classic' and 'active'. … The outgoing cars have names for trim levels like 'classic' and 'active'. The new ones have 'S', 'S Air', 'SE' and 'Premium'.



To clear up any confusion those what car reviews are for the NEW i10.

Just a few days ago I was looking at the OLD model reviews on their site but for some reason can't find them any more.
The old model had 4/5 rating.
You can get the old classic trim 1.2 for £6995 local to us - you wouldn't want the base level spec. or 1.0 engine.

Don't believe the official economy figures for the old model - they state something like 48mpg around town and over 60mpg combined for the 1.2 classic; but from the reviews I read on the whatCar site in practice you should expect only 35-40mpg combined!

The NEW i10 has a lot better safety features; six air-bags vs the two on the old model - the NCAP score for the old was decent; but expect the new model to get 5stars.

Edit: We were looking at this as a cheap option for my daughter - I should say the NCAP rating for rear impact (whiplash) was "poor" - this put me off a little as my daughter has a neck weakness from a previous whiplash injury.

Edited by: "wombat6025" 20th Jan 2014

These have been this price for 3 years now, you can get good discounts on this ( old ) model if you shop around.

You should be able to get the Active model for this kind of money.

The i10 is a good little car, but not quite up to the build quality of the i20 or i30.

All new Hyundai's come with a 5 year warranty and 5 year breakdown cover.

The new ones coming out in Feb are larger and more expensive, so if you want a small car, this is an excellent buy for the money, with good spec. Not had a single issue in 4 years ownership.

I got mine under scrappage for £5,495 (mid range model) and then upgraded under their birthday offer for the top model for another £800 a year later. Looking at 2nd hand prices, mines only just started depreciating, thanks to the £2k scrappage allowance for my dead Pug.

I'd go for one again, or the kia picanto - which I believe may have lower spec, but 7 year warranty?

Car is great nippy city car, we use as our family car rather than out Citroen Picasso for short trips as so easy to park an maneuver inn traffic (2 adults and 3 teens).

Do occasional motorway journeys, 200 mile round trip, I wouldn't want to do further though, as I start getting uncomfortable by then.






Edited by: "stupet11" 20th Jan 2014

Thanks for the info on previous deals folks - if we do decide on an i10 we'll push a lot harder on price

Found the WhatCar review for this OLD model under "Used Car" reviews - http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/used/hyundai/i10-hatchback/summary/25771-5

It gets a 4/5 as I said earlier - if you check out the user reviews and user reviews on other sites too you'll see a lot of complaints about the official mileage figures being mis-leading and actual mileage being a lot lot lower.

Here's the NCAP for this model - euroncap.com/tes…spx

wombat6025

Thanks for the info on previous deals folks - if we do decide on an i10 … Thanks for the info on previous deals folks - if we do decide on an i10 we'll push a lot harder on price



Definitely - given what people have got before, and it's an end of range model they will want to shift. But, prob not much room really on such a low price car to haggle...maybe £500, and push for extras like car mats, mud flaps etc, and maybe a deal on servicing are best bets.

PS - mileage on mine between 40-45 round town / countryside.
Edited by: "stupet11" 20th Jan 2014

stupet11

PS - mileage on mine between 40-45 round town / countryside.



That's not too bad at all - is your's the 1.2 Classic?

Edited by: "wombat6025" 20th Jan 2014

wombat6025

That's not too bad at all - is your's the 1.2 Classic?



No, 1.2 Style. That's with heated seats and air con on a lot too! Others I know get similar - I think there was outcry at the stated figures being so...well factory conditioned, but once bedded in and driven like a small car, is respectable for what it is.

The ( old model ) Classic can be bought for £6695 on the road, the (old model ) Active can be bought for £7295 on the road, brand new.

Shop around.. (_;)

Sorry, but what an ugly boring car it is.

I would rather walk, bus or get a cab than drive one of these.

Banned

tell me its got 4 cylinders

Angiebill

Ive got one , brill car , and mines white best colour



They say fuel economy is not good true or not ?

I get 250 miles to a full tank on one of these and it's a one litre engine!

Standard price, not really a deal surely.

4cx250f

tell me its got 4 cylinders



It has 4 cylinders.(_;)

adamc11

I get 250 miles to a full tank on one of these and it's a one litre … I get 250 miles to a full tank on one of these and it's a one litre engine!




It is not a one litre engine ...it is a 1.25 engine.

" The superb 1.2 litre petrol engine produces 85PS, making it nippy around town while returning a combined 61.4 mpg. Both engines have standard manual transmission while the Active 1.2 litre offers a smooth changing 4-speed automatic transmission. "
Edited by: "Inactive" 20th Jan 2014

4cx250f

tell me its got 4 cylinders


I've got a three cylinder seat mii. Does sound a bit like a tractor at times. Gives it character though

SouthParkFan

Sorry, but what an ugly boring car it is.I would rather walk, bus or get … Sorry, but what an ugly boring car it is.I would rather walk, bus or get a cab than drive one of these.



Sorry, I think you've opened this thread and made an inane comment by mistake. You can still delete to cover your embarrassment though!

I had a test drive in the new i10 model a few days ago & it is very good. I have driven the old model & it also is a very nippy car. Well worth the money. Kia & Hyundai are a different breed to their cars of old. I believe the new i10 is only around £8300.00 BUT the cheapest one does not have air condition as per the older model. Thoroughly recommend old & new model.

Need to change the picture so it shows the newer one perhaps... the 2014 model looks a lot better. Saw the previous base model in last years Autokarna and it wasn't great. The i20 was miles better (and very decent for the money)!

I'd probably look at one of these if my 16 year-old Accent gave up the ghost, but it refuses to die!

Not a bad little car but its not worth £6995 new when you can pick up a peugeot 107 or £5995.
Yes Hyundai warranty is better and has more interior space.

Please be aware, the i10 has been £6999 for ages on dealer offers.
this is not a hot deal.
Its an ok deal.
There is a new i10 set to arrive this year which is why this model RRP has been reduced.
Shop around, and you should get one of these for near £6,000.
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