HYUNDAI i10 Best MPG

Below is a list of HYUNDAI i10 models available to buy new in 2021 ordered by MPG. Selecting a HYUNDAI i10 with high fuel economy will lead to lower running costs: lower fuel costs, and most likely lower car tax and company car tax.

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HYUNDAI i10 1.0 MPi SE Connect 67PS Auto

City car 5 door / 5 seats
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OTR £14,090
NGC
35
EST.
MPG
65
WLTP
CO2
126
WLTP

HYUNDAI i10 1.0 MPi SE 67PS

City car 5 door / 5 seats
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OTR £12,820
NGC
35
EST.
MPG
65
WLTP
CO2
119
WLTP

HYUNDAI i10 1.2 MPi SE Connect 84PS Auto

City car 5 door / 5 seats
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OTR £14,890
NGC
36
EST.
MPG
64
WLTP
CO2
130
WLTP

HYUNDAI i10 1.2 MPi SE Connect 84PS

City car 5 door / 5 seats
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OTR £14,390
NGC
36
EST.
MPG
63
WLTP
CO2
124
WLTP

HYUNDAI i10 fuel economy

The 'Official MPG' figures for the HYUNDAI i10 are derived from the NEDC test. There are two parts to the test: an 'urban' cycle designed to reflect driving in a city environment with many stops and starts and an 'extra-urban' cycle designed to mirror more steady state motorway and country routes. The 'combined' figure, which is the most often quoted, is an average of 'urban' and 'extra-urban' weighted by the distances covered in each test.

Often drivers find that it is difficult to achieve the official MPG figures, and it is well understood that these rates should be used as a comparison rather than a target to achieve. Next Green Car has estimated a 'Real MPG' figure for the HYUNDAI i10, which reflects real-world conditions more closely. See the real MPG page for more info.

Even within a model range like the HYUNDAI i10, it is worth considering which model to select carefully as the MPG for different models can vary substantially. Fuel economy is directly linked to the tail-pipe CO2 emissions of a vehicle, thus a higher MPG HYUNDAI i10 model, will not only result in lower fuel costs but potentially a lower tax rate and less impact on the environment.

HYUNDAI i10 fuel economy
Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:9th Nov 2021

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