Rockar Hyundai i10s 5 door £7250.00 save £1745
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Rockar Hyundai i10s 5 door £7250.00 save £1745

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Found 1st May 2016
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I bought the i10 when it was on here last. Just received an email about the i10s for £7250.

Great value car
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We bought an i30 through Rockar, they were a joy to deal with.
I think the Aygo at the same price was a better deal as has aircon. Also for a little more the Picanto 2 gets you much more kit and an extra 2 years warranty.

But I will give you the Hyundai is the best looking of the three.
Or get a Dacia Logan :P
Does this have full leather interior?
GAZZA-UK

Does this have full leather interior?


Ermmmm I don't think so.
Might get one, It's certainly better on fuel than my Bugatti Veyron.
rob1987hughes

Or get a Dacia Logan :P


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GAVINLEWISHUKD

I think the Aygo at the same price was a better deal as has aircon. Also … I think the Aygo at the same price was a better deal as has aircon. Also for a little more the Picanto 2 gets you much more kit and an extra 2 years warranty.But I will give you the Hyundai is the best looking of the three.


Going by my personal research in this area, most places seem to rate the i10 better. Usually citing handling as a reason. Aygo isn't a bad car, friend has one, but by god its noisey on the motorway.
Aygo has no storage. The i10 is nicer. If you can stand the awful looks, the VW Up! Is a good option, but considerably more expensive.
GAZZA-UK

Does this have full leather interior?



Only available with the package that has the 14 speaker bose sound system, centre console bottle chiller and brushed aluminium trim inserts.
Hello
I'd buy it if it was £6,000
I would recommend test driving before buying this as after driving my fiesta this felt horrible to drive !
Edited by: "nn196411" 1st May 2016
Test driven this one (1.0L) and the 1.2L versions... and wouldn't touch the 1.0L unless you live in a completely flat area.
The slightest incline and be ready to be overtaken by a milk float. The 1.0L is massively underpowered, yet overpriced, Its £1500 more than the outgoing model which came with a 1.2L engine as standard.

Rip of Hyundai
NitrousUK

Going by my personal research in this area, most places seem to rate the … Going by my personal research in this area, most places seem to rate the i10 better. Usually citing handling as a reason. Aygo isn't a bad car, friend has one, but by god its noisey on the motorway.



Without a doubt it is the most grown up of the city cars. It's handling is set up to be more like a bigger car. The Picanto is a bit unrefined and choppy at times. The old Aygo had very predictable handling. While it was never going to win any races it was fun to throw around knowing you wouldn't end up in a ditch. With the new one they tried to make it more upmarket. So they made the steering numb. So it's lost the peppiness it once had. While the suspension has been beefed up it doesn't give the confidence to throw it into a corner like the old one.

I'm in no way saying it's a bad car (Hyundai) but they are all slow city cars. It's just the others offer more goodies for the cash.
I've driven about 600+ miles in a rented i10 in the last 2 days and an absolute charm this car is. 1.2 isn't as bad as I thought. Very economical, spacious enough for a couple + 1 baby/child or someone lying down at the back. It does have air conditioning which works perfectly and audio connectivity is great (usb,aux and bluetooth). but but but 7K is still a bit too much for this. I would buy it in a heart beat for 6K (or less lol)
probably would be a good car for 4.5-5k
be ready to loose Half of its value in the first 2years you own it...
Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would recommend, mpg nowhere near what they say. Might be tempted if it was a diesel. Need something now that is better with fuel consumption.
We got an i10 last August and drove up to Scotland and back to Hampshire and it's excellent. We got the premium certain with hill start assist and it really works well. No problems so far. Great reviews as well.
sofiasar

I'd buy it if it was £6,000



Well make sure you vote out on the 23rd June!
Bendown

Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would … Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would recommend, mpg nowhere near what they say. Might be tempted if it was a diesel. Need something now that is better with fuel consumption.



I've got a little Picanto 1 for a run around.

MPG is all over the place!

Worst I've seen is a miserable 38MPG and the best, a completely mindblowing 82.44MPG!!!!
Feel free to mention its pre registered
[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather
If it did,would you order one?

Bought a pre reg one last week for the wife for £6,995 and got a great price for the old trade in.
She loves it, great little city car, must admit I quite like it myself.
Ours came with the blue start thing or whatever it's called, never seems to use any fuel, amazing!!!.
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

Feel free to mention its pre registered[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have … Feel free to mention its pre registered[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather If it did,would you order one?



One for each foot
GAVINLEWISHUKD

Well make sure you vote out on the 23rd June!



​yea. iv heard you he to register too !
the cons won't send a card out like local elections rtc
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