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Pre reg Hyundai i10 1.0 play 5dr delivery miles from £8980 @ Evans Halshaw
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Pre reg Hyundai i10 1.0 play 5dr delivery miles from £8980 @ Evans Halshaw

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Posted 25th Jan

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Evan Halshaw have the cracking little city car - the Hyundai i10 PLAY 5dr available for £8980 for a pre reg with delivery mileage.

Great city car and includes good trim specification, with equipment including 15” alloy wheels, air con, elec windows, rear privacy glass, 7” touchscreen navigation system with DAB, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, black gloss door mirror covers and unique PLAY badging. The i10 PLAY comes with the 1.0 MPI 67PS 5 speed manual.

Comes with remainder of the hyundai 5 Yr warranty.

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i10 Play Key Features:

15" Alloy Wheels
Air con
Cruise control
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Elec front & Rear windows
PLAY Badge (B Pillar x2)
Touchscreen Satellite Navigation (7") Including TMC, Mapcare and LIVE Services
Bluetooth ConnectivityⓇ
Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay™ and Digital DAB Radio
Steering Wheel Audio and Phone Controls
USB and Aux Connections
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) and Brake Assist System (BAS)
Speed and Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlocking
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel and Gear Knob
5 Seats
Privacy Glass - Rear Windows and Tailgate

Good review here: autoexpress.co.uk/hyu…iew
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Sharpharp25/01/2020 19:37

Shame its the feeble 1.0 engine


What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?
I dont know why people complain about the 1.0 . no bias whatsoever just test driven the 2 engines recently was very happy with the 1.0 for what it's for and have picked up today. tested on the motorway today and steep hills and all sorts whilst carrying 4 people and felt great to me. so guys dont get put off by the comments test it for yourself for some people itll be fine and others terrible just depends how you plan to drive it .
i have had a 1.0 i10 for the last 6 years and love it, very reliable and have no problems keeping up with traffic, even with 4 adults and a roof box when on holiday, doesn’t go up hills in 5th but you just need to use the gears properly. there is a new model out now which is very nice inside but priced much higher, about £2500 more i think do this is a good deal
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?


Link? 😁
Edited by: "wellhellothere" 25th Jan
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Great little car
Shame its the feeble 1.0 engine
tried one a year ago new..

My hot hatch days are long gone but this was bordering on infuriating slow,literally foot to the floor and rev out to keep up with normal traffic...

also terrible road noise...

Heat for the price though,but no heat for the dealer,hope you dont have problems...
i got a hyundi i10 from Evans Halshaw in 2010 and still runing fine had no problems at all
Sharpharp25/01/2020 19:37

Shame its the feeble 1.0 engine


What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?


Link? 😁
Edited by: "wellhellothere" 25th Jan
new model due!
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?



1.2L - they do two engines, 1.0L and 1.2L, the 1.0 is akin to driving a milk float, hence my statement.
I sold the E63 AMG with the V8, it was a poor chasis.
Sharpharp25/01/2020 19:37

Shame its the feeble 1.0 engine


It's a city car. And 1ltr engines aren't like a 950 Pop.
Sam_Crow25/01/2020 20:07

It's a city car. And 1ltr engines aren't like a 950 Pop.


You're right, they are far worse, any kind of incline and these 1.0L will be going backwards. -Just check the carwow review.
Happy to have educated you on the subject
I dont know why people complain about the 1.0 . no bias whatsoever just test driven the 2 engines recently was very happy with the 1.0 for what it's for and have picked up today. tested on the motorway today and steep hills and all sorts whilst carrying 4 people and felt great to me. so guys dont get put off by the comments test it for yourself for some people itll be fine and others terrible just depends how you plan to drive it .
i have had a 1.0 i10 for the last 6 years and love it, very reliable and have no problems keeping up with traffic, even with 4 adults and a roof box when on holiday, doesn’t go up hills in 5th but you just need to use the gears properly. there is a new model out now which is very nice inside but priced much higher, about £2500 more i think do this is a good deal
Thanks grabbed a few
Mum has the 1.2 SE great car.
Sharpharp25/01/2020 20:11

You're right, they are far worse, any kind of incline and these 1.0L will …You're right, they are far worse, any kind of incline and these 1.0L will be going backwards. -Just check the carwow review.Happy to have educated you on the subject


Carwow. What next, the PRC?
I had a i10 for 7 years only 40.000 on clock and gearbox started to leak (small leak) but it passed MOT so I traded it in and got a Picanto 2 Hopfeully I will outlast car but if not then it will have some warranty with it for when my children sell it
I had more trouble with the i10 than with any other car I have owned (except Corsa ) and the service people would never say its ok its covered under the warranty, it was always a case of escalating the problem to the point where they must have been more fed up with it than I was and they would give in lol
Gone on admit it.. who's bought ten for Ebay?
Damn good car
Had one of these as a courtesy car. I loved the interior and overall feel of the car and had opened my eyes to Hyundai but the engine felt terribly sluggish even coming from a KIA Rio. If they offered this in a 1.4 or maybe even 1.2 I'd consider it but as is, it sound and feels like your red lining the engine to get any reasonable acceleration to the point it felt unsafe pulling out of junctions.
9k? I thought these were only about 6k new! We got a few Of these as pool cars at work being 6’4 I can’t get my legs under the steering wheel so can’t drive them. Just beware if you’re on the taller side.
Tei26/01/2020 00:13

Had one of these as a courtesy car. I loved the interior and overall feel …Had one of these as a courtesy car. I loved the interior and overall feel of the car and had opened my eyes to Hyundai but the engine felt terribly sluggish even coming from a KIA Rio. If they offered this in a 1.4 or maybe even 1.2 I'd consider it but as is, it sound and feels like your red lining the engine to get any reasonable acceleration to the point it felt unsafe pulling out of junctions.


yep what i said borderline dangerous slow....
echobase26/01/2020 00:15

9k? I thought these were only about 6k new! We got a few Of these as pool …9k? I thought these were only about 6k new! We got a few Of these as pool cars at work being 6’4 I can’t get my legs under the steering wheel so can’t drive them. Just beware if you’re on the taller side.


I'm surprised by this. I'm 6'4 and I've had one of these for 6 months having traded down from much bigger cars as I mainly do local miles now and I've had no problems with space, driving position, or comfort. I probably 'look' like a big guy in a small car in mine but the important thing is I don't 'feel' like it.
Having said that I did go for the 1.2 version as I felt the engine had a bit more about it, especially for longer journeys.
Edited by: "DopeyDunker" 26th Jan
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?


A C63 trapped in an i10 body! Talk about a wolf in sheeps clothing!
echobase26/01/2020 00:15

9k? I thought these were only about 6k new! We got a few Of these as pool …9k? I thought these were only about 6k new! We got a few Of these as pool cars at work being 6’4 I can’t get my legs under the steering wheel so can’t drive them. Just beware if you’re on the taller side.


Yeah they where in the base mk1 shape 12 years ago The new shape has just come out and top of the range is a crazy 15.5k
Edited by: "xp3200" 26th Jan
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?


Am I the only one who would actually want to see that
A modern one litre engine is not feeble by any means. Those cars are perfectly adequate for their intended pupose. Dont bother fitting a tow bar.
alan.mccullo-b72d6.7477226/01/2020 11:01

A modern one litre engine is not feeble by any means. Those cars are …A modern one litre engine is not feeble by any means. Those cars are perfectly adequate for their intended pupose. Dont bother fitting a tow bar.



Modern engines are not feeble when added with a turbo EG Fords excellent eco boom but this is feeble without
DopeyDunker26/01/2020 07:41

I'm surprised by this. I'm 6'4 and I've had one of these for 6 months …I'm surprised by this. I'm 6'4 and I've had one of these for 6 months having traded down from much bigger cars as I mainly do local miles now and I've had no problems with space, driving position, or comfort. I probably 'look' like a big guy in a small car in mine but the important thing is I don't 'feel' like it.Having said that I did go for the 1.2 version as I felt the engine had a bit more about it, especially for longer journeys.


You're surprised by people talking rubbish on a car deal on HUKD?

You must be new.
Sharpharp25/01/2020 20:01

1.2L - they do two engines, 1.0L and 1.2L, the 1.0 is akin to driving a …1.2L - they do two engines, 1.0L and 1.2L, the 1.0 is akin to driving a milk float, hence my statement.I sold the E63 AMG with the V8, it was a poor chasis.


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I helped my daughter buy her first car 3 years ago, we tested all the small entry model offerings from all the car manufacturers, she decided on this exact car, it is by far the best for the money. She has done 30000 plus miles without a problem and it drive like new. The only down side is the 10000 mile service intervals to keep the warranty.
Anyone noticed clutch judder problems even on very low mileage hyundai's?
New model coming out soon, wait and spend a little more, if this is a must expect a big discount on this. YouTube for newer one looks much nicer.
I owned from new a mk1 i10 with the 1.2 16v, i prefer that 4-cylinder normally aspirated over this 1L 3-cylinder Non-turbo. 4 cylinder 16v engines will be smoother than 3 cylinder 12v version
Edited by: "benchaud" 26th Jan
Granny car lol
benchaud26/01/2020 15:31

New model coming out soon, wait and spend a little more, if this is a must …New model coming out soon, wait and spend a little more, if this is a must expect a big discount on this. YouTube for newer one looks much nicer. I owned from new a mk1 i10 with the 1.2 16v, i prefer that 4-cylinder normally aspirated over this 1L 3-cylinder turbo. 4 cylinder 16v engines will be smoother than 3 cylinder 12v version


This is a non turbo...
Hammerit4426/01/2020 16:48

This is a non turbo...


Got this car and its got a turbo. Would you like to expand?
zx636r25/01/2020 19:56

What do you want.....a 6.3 litre V8 version?


Why is it one extreme or the other? Many would prefer a 1.2 or 1.4.

Why do people upvote this nonsense?
golfie26/01/2020 16:58

Got this car and its got a turbo. Would you like to expand?


Standard specification is normally aspirated engine, any links to this exact model with turbo UK spec.
Owned this for 4 years from new.

No problems what so ever. £20 road tax each year, cheap insurance and petrol costs.

Would buy again.
herrbz26/01/2020 17:14

Why is it one extreme or the other? Many would prefer a 1.2 or 1.4.Why do …Why is it one extreme or the other? Many would prefer a 1.2 or 1.4.Why do people upvote this nonsense?


Calm down herrbz..... you'll burn your clutch out.
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