Hyundai i10

Price: 3.88 - 4.64 lakhs
Ex-showroom, New Delhi
EMI: 7,194/-
For a loan of 3,30,222 @ 11.5% over 60 months
3.5 /5 based on 366 reviews | Write a review

Hyundai i10 Price by Versions

Hyundai i10 comes in following versions with 1 engine and 1transmission and 2 fuel options. Click on a i10 version name to know on-road price in your city, specifications and features.

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Hyundai i10 Era 1.1 iRDE2

1086cc Petrol, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

3.88 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 Magna 1.1 iRDE2

1086cc Petrol, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

4.08 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 1.1L iRDE Magna Special Edition

1086cc Petrol, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

4.24 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 Magna 1.1 LPG

1086cc LPG, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

4.36 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 Sportz 1.1 iRDE2

1086cc Petrol, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

4.36 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 Sportz 1.1 LPG

1086cc LPG, Manual, 19.81 kpl Full Specs | Features

4.64 lakhs

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Hyundai i10 Review

The Hyundai i10 hatchback was launched riding on the success of the Santro and Xing to rope in not only the Hyundai loyalists but also to cater to a larger audience. The i10 has not failed the Korean manufacturer even a bit, consistently clocking ranked as one of top-10 selling cars in the country. ...read full review

The Hyundai i10 hatchback was launched riding on the success of the Santro and Xing to rope in not only the Hyundai loyalists but also to cater to a larger audience. The i10 has not failed the Korean manufacturer even a bit, consistently clocking ranked as one of top-10 selling cars in the country.

Interiors

The two-tone colour scheme lends an air of richness associated with cars higher in the ladder of automotive segments and the plastics and knobs have a nice feel to them as well. One thing that stands out as a unique aspect is the placement of the gear-shift lever which is housed on the centre console. This liberates a good amount of space on the floor which has been utilized smartly by endowing it with useful storage spaces and cup holders. There are enough spaces to carry things ranging from your wallet or cell phone to bottles of a litre capacity. The luggage space too is decent but the deep loading-lip can be a cause of concern while loading/unloading baggage. The disappointment comes in shape of the door pockets which are narrow on the front doors and missing at the rear.

The interior otherwise is a congenial place to be in. On the comfort aspect too, the i10 is bang upto the mark. The front seats are shaped in a way to offer you the best support in all the right places. The head-restraints are not a different unit as seen in other cars and are an extension of the chairs.

The ideal driving position can be arrived at with ease and the view of the outside is pretty good. I missed a dead-pedal at the side of the clutch though. The rear bench is adequately firm and pampers you with good comfort levels. The protrusions at the bottom of the rear seats do not allow the occupants to stretch legs.

Drivetrain

It does not bite an eyelid and will take you from speeds as low as 15kmph to all the way upto 120kmph, and that too without making the car feel like it's going to cough up to a halt at low speeds and die out of pain at higher revs. The engine is essentially the same 1.1-litre unit that powers the Getz 1.1 too and is a beefed-up unit of the trusted Santro, albeit with slightly more power which is now peak-rated at 67 horses with iRDE pasted on top of it. It is not as fast off the line as its smaller sibling, Santro, but it performs admiringly to dismiss the run to a hundred clicks in 14.5 seconds.

Santro is at one end of the spectrum, Getz on the other end, and i10 sits between the two as far as placing the product in the segment is concerned.Managing 16.8kmpl on the highway, the Hyundai i10 lay rubber on 12.3 kilometers of road before emptying the fuel tank further by one litre when while running in the city.

Handling and Ride

At slow speeds you surely can sense the odd pothole and suspension 'thuds' are quite audible, but it never swings towards the ‘bad’ side of the balance and the ride quality improves folds on end as you gain speed. Just one word of caution here - when going round a bend over a rough patch of tarmac, the i10 does feel a little unsettled with the car wiggling its tail a bit. Handling is neutral till the point that you do not demand a lot from the chassis. The steering is a delight to use and does not feel all that confused even when doing high speeds.

The steering wheel is good to hold too. Enthusiastic driving though will have you understeer heavily and those skinny tubeless tyres will howl for mercy. Brakes offer good bite and feel but the ABS version certainly felt more poised when the anchors were dropped in anger. The safety features of Hyundai i10 include dual air bags, seat belts with pre-tensioner; anti-lock braking system (ABS) and auto door unlock system that is sensible to impact of collisions. There are also child seat fittings, which can be adjusted in the front.

Overall Evaluation

The variants of Hyundai i10 that are available in India include Asta, Asta w/Sun Roof, D-lite, Era, Magna (O) with Sun Roof and Sportz. The launch price of the car is around Rs 4 lakhs. It comes in colours like Crystal White, Stone Black, Oyster Grey, Virtual Yellow, Electric Red, Deep-ocean Blue, Champagne Gold, Blushing Red, Sleek White and Alpine Blue. The car competes with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Tata Indica Xeta. The hatch is a small car with a fully loaded package. The car provides for space and is quicker than its counterparts. Also it is the only car which has an automatic variant in the segment. The Maruti Suzuki A-star now also competes for attention in the automatic transmission. The i10 is a quality choice for those who enjoy riding their cars.  

Hyundai Grand i10

The i10 has been a huge success over the last few years, but with the dieselisation of the economy Hyundai plans to up the game to next level. Hyundai has unveiled a new bigger hatchback named the Grand i10, which will be launched in India on 3 September. The Grand i10 gets a new three-cylinder diesel engine, which will help it compete with the entry-level diesel hatchbacks. Know more about the all-new Hyundai Grand i10.


Hyundai i10 Expert Reviews

Hyundai i10 reviews and comparisons by CarWale Experts.

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Specifications Summary

Engines

1086 cc, LPG, 68 bhp @ 5500 RPM power
1086 cc, Petrol, 68 bhp @ 5500 RPM power

Gearboxes

5-speed, Manual, FWD

Seating Capacity

5 seater

Steering

Power steering

Hyundai i10 Colours

Hyundai i10 is sold in the following colours in India.

  • Crystal White
  • Sleek Silver
  • Carbon Grey
  • Ice Silver
  • Electric Red
  • Stone Beige
  • Garnet Red
  • Phantom Black

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Hyundai i10 User Reviews

Recent user reviews on Hyundai i10.

  • very good car for city roads

    on Hyundai i10 by ranganathan, 17-Aug-2014
    Exterior  photoginic exteriores.  Pleasing. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort)  great interiors Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox  very [...]

  • Disadvantages of hyndai factory-fitted CNG

    on Hyundai i10 by Ganesh, 17-May-2014
    Dear All, I have been using i10-magna with factory-fitted CNG for over four years now (42000 km).  I have had a number of minor issues with CNG fitting over these four [...]

  • I10 Asta performace too bad

    on Hyundai i10 by Kedar, 06-May-2014
    Exterior Its Ok, but not so good Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Interior features wise its cool but hyundai can improve on it. looking to the car size, space is good. [...]

  • Poor mileage car since i bought in 2010

    on Hyundai i10 by Paresh, 24-Mar-2014
    Exterior Good looking, very compact. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Good features, comfort on back seat is not so comfortable, low leg room. Engine Performance, Fuel [...]

  • Most uncomfortable for city drive

    on Hyundai i10 by santoshbr, 09-Mar-2014
    Exterior  External looks are cute. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort)  Interiors are of good design and quality. Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and [...]

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Hyundai i10 in CarWale Awards

Hyundai i10 has won the following CarWale Awards

  • 2008 - Aspirational Car of the Year
  • 2008 - Debut of the Year
  • 2010 - Small Family Favourite

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