• Used model
  • Petrol, City car
  • 998cc (1.0 litre), Manual 5-speed, door
99 g/km
67 mpg
NGC Rating
The NGC Rating expresses a vehicle’s environmental impact as a score ranging from 0 for the greenest cars to 100+ for the most polluting.

HYUNDAI i10 review

NGC verdict 06.03.2012

Hyundai's economy champion is good fun to drive despite its sub 1-litre three-cylinder engine, in contrast to its dowdy appearance. But it tips the price scales at £1,000 more than the 22 bhp more powerful 1.2 litre car which feels more grown-up and capable. And because you don't have to work the engine so hard a lot of the time you could get very similar fuel figures I suspect. Not paying the London congestion charge is the only reason I can see in the real world for buying the more expensive Blue version.

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Official MPG is combined figure from NEDC test cycle; Real MPG is estimated based on real world driving conditions; Fuel cost is an indicative figure based on Real MPG and petrol price of 116.9p/litre.
Official MPG
67 mpg
4.2 litres / 100km
Real MPG
55 mpg
5.1 litres / 100km
Fuel cost
9.6 p/mile
6 p/km


Official CO2 emissions from the NEDC test cycle. Euro standard, NOx and PM (particulates) are official air quality measures. Env Ratings are part of the NGC Rating. GHG = Green house gas rating – measures the impact of lifecycle CO2, AQ = air quality and measures the lifecycle impact of air quality emissions including NOx and particulates.
Official CO2
99 g/km
Tailpipe only
Euro std
5 euro
NOx:43 PM:0
Env Ratings
0 = least polluting

HYUNDAI i10 1.0l SOHC key information

  • Practicality
    door, seats
  • Engine Size
    998cc (1 litre)
  • Transmission
    Manual 5-speed
  • Engine Power
    HP / PS
  • Acceleration 0-60
  • Top Speed
    0 mph / 0 kph
  • NCAP Safety Rating
  • Congestion charge

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