Car deal of the week: Hyundai i10
Save £1,350 on a Hyundai i10 Classic 1.2-litre city car.
Hyundai has slashed £1,350 off the price of its i10 Classic 1.2-litre city car, reducing the price to £6,995 from £8,345. The i10 Active 1.2 is also on offer with £1,150 off, taking the cost down to £7,795.
The i10 is an enjoyable car to potter around town in, being particularly comfortable at lower speeds, with minimal road noise. Its steering is accurate and a soft suspension makes easy work of bumps and potholes, while a decent engine makes it solid to drive on the motorway. It's also fairly cheap to run, returning around 67mpg in fuel economy and costing only £20 a year in road tax.
Hyundai has also managed to pack in a lot of interior space for such a small car, with four adults comfortably fitting inside, with the high roof giving plenty of headroom. And despite being a city car, the i10 has a respectable boot, as well, offering 225 litres of storage space.
The city car has excellent build quality and offers a high level of reliability and safety. A five-year, unlimited mileage warranty is available, along with a Triple Care package that comes as standard on the Classic and Active models that includes annual vehicle health checks and free roadside assistance. It also scored four stars in the Euro NCAP crash safety tests.
Key features include air-conditioning, electric front windows, front and side airbags, Eco Driver indicator, central locking, and a radio/CD player with MP3 and USB connectivity.
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