The Hyundai is a deceptively small city that somehow squeezes a roomy interior into its bite-sized body.
The newest generation i10 — which is actually just the second generation — launched in 2013 and Hyundai has been good about tweaking and updating it since them.
The newest model enjoys a fresh dose of tech like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to keep it relevant for new drivers. Unlike other four-year-old ranges, the i10 definitely doesn't feel like an old car.
Under the bonnet, your choices are, let's say, limited.
You can choose the 66hp 1.0-litre petrol or the 87hp 1.2-litre petrol. And those are your options. Both are fairly unexciting and are best suited to city driving. The 1.2-litre will do alright on motorways but it's not the most relaxing of experiences.
Hyundai claims the smaller unit will manage up to 60.1mpg and the larger unit 57.6mph. In reality, you’ll probably manage somewhere in the high-40s or low-50s.
For such small engines, the emissions are surprisingly high with the 1.0-litre emitting 108g/km of CO2 and the 1.2-litre emitting 114g/km.