Brand New 2022 Hyundai i10 uk deals

Compare brand new 2022 Hyundai i10 prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1109 from our dealers. Our 2022 Hyundai i10 deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Hyundai manufactures 15 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 114 £13430 Save £1004
Manual Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 119 £14430 Save £1044
Auto Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 126 £14930 Save £1064
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 124 £15230 Save £1076
Auto Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 129 £15730 Save £1096
Manual Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 120 £15430 Save £1084
Manual Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 120 £16430 Save £1124
Auto Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 126 £15930 Save £1104
Auto Petrol 1.0 67 SS 5 1.0 67 126 £16930 Save £1144
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 124 £16230 Save £1116
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 124 £17230 Save £1156
Auto Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 130 £16730 Save £1136
Auto Petrol 1.2 84 SS 5 1.2 84 130 £17730 Save £1176
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 SS 5 1.0 100 123 £16805 Save £1139
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 SS 5 1.0 100 123 £17805 Save £1179
Full length Hyundai i10 video review with market value analysis

Pricing starts at around £13,000, which is around double what the first generation version of this car cost when it debuted back in 2007. Your wage slip probably hasn't become 100 per cent bigger in that time but c'est la vie.

Anyway, that base figure applies to the base 'SE' level of trim that few customers will want on the volume 1.0 MPi model. Most will stretch to mid-range 'SE Connect' spec costing around £1,000 more - which is what you'll have to do if you want the option of paying your dealer £500 more to get the AMT 5-speed Auto gearbox with this car.

The four cylinder 1.2 MPi engine costs a £500 Premium over the 1.0-litre unit - and again with that, the AMT Auto is £500 more.

Even the base 'SE' model gets a DAB radio with a 3.8-inch display, Bluetooth, air conditioning, electric windows, a leather steering wheel and gear lever, electric mirror adjustment and cruise control.

Standard safety equipment across the range is class-leading, including Lane Keep Assist (LKA), Driver Attention Alert (DAA), High Beam Assist (HBA) and Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) with integrated Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist (LKAS) and eCall, which can automatically dial emergency services in the event of a serious accident, shortening response times and improving post-accident protection.

We should also mention the top 'N Line' model, which costs from just over £16,000 and is the only one you can order with Hyundai's 1.0-litre T-GDI 3 cylinder turbo Petrol engine.

Here, exterior design enhancements include unique bumpers and grille giving a dynamic look that space supposed to have been inspired by Hyundai's engagement in motorsport. And 'N Line' buyers also get exclusive 16-inch alloy wheels, plus an i10 sign in red font, as well as a skid plate and diffuser..

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