December 13, 2016: Hyundai is offering a massive discount of Rs 42,500 on the i10 in their Monsoon Splash Offer. The petrol variant gets up to Rs 37,500 off and the CNG variant gets upto Rs 42,500 off. The offer is valid till the end of July. This discount makes the price of i10 rather competitive and may help the company gain an edge over its rivals. Despite launching the Grand i10, the company continues to sell the earlier generation of i10 along side the Grand. A cash discount of Rs 48,000 and an additional discount of Rs 5,000 for government employees in the month of December 2016 is being offered.
Hi, I am Garvit Narang and I am an engineer.
Alongside my job, I usually go on long trips with my friends and to play cricket. I bought my i10 in 2011 as it is a good looking small car and has good boot space. It can store my cricket kit and the cabin can seat 5 people comfortably.
But, the biggest reason I like this car is its dependability. The Hyundai i10 never breaks down and never leaves you in trouble. I have driven my car in mud, water, sand and rocks (apart from roads) and it has never read more 25
I plan to buy a hatchback and this is where I took a test drive of Hyundai i10. I have already tested WagonR and Celerio so I could make a decent comparison among the cars. Important things first.
The car has got good exteriors and you are most likely to get impressed by them. The front, rear and side profile all look elegant. Now drive quality is not something of which you can much boast about. I do not like the engine noise first and then the power delivery was also not very linear. At high r read more 14
The Hyundai i10 is almost a perfect hatchback for the Indian market. The idea behind the i10 is to enable Hyundai to fight in the lower end of the premium hatchback segment. The flowy design, classy headlamps and soft curves all along the body give it a sense of elegance and quality. It even looks sporty from some angles. The seats up front are extremely comfortable and offer good levels of support, especially the lower back. But the thigh support was slightly lacking and the headrests are not c read more 3
The Hyundai i10 is the global successor to what we knew in India as the Santro Xing. A city-friendly hatch, the i10 had a clean run in the market, often topping the sales charts for Hyundai. With the arrival of the new Grand i10, the hatchback might have been relegated to the sidelines. But, does it still warrant a dekko? Let’s find out
Things We Like in i10
Easy-to-drive. Light steering-light clutch combo is just what you need in the city.
1.1-litre petrol engine is refined, silent and adequately powerful.
Powerful air-conditioner cools down the cabin quickly
Things We Don't Like in i10
Available with a single engine option. 1.2-litre petrol and diesel variants discontinued.
Bouncy ride at highway speeds can get unsettling, especially for rear seat occupants.
No safety tech on offer. Variants with airbags and ABS have been axed.
Stand Out Features
LPG variant on offer for the efficiency conscious.
The little i10 has been around for a decade now, and we think it is time for it to retire.
"With the prices overlapping the Grand i10, we recommend opting for the newer car instead."
At the current price point, there are better, well-equipped alternatives such as the Maruti Suzuki WagonR / Celerio. That, however, doesn’t take away from the fact that the i10 is a well-built peppy hatchback that feels just right within the city. But, with the prices overlapping the Grand i10, we recommend opting for the newer car instead.
It is not a easy job to better what is already very good. Well that is just what Hyundai has done to better the bestseller i10 and get the latest avatar the Hyundai i10 Kappa2. To get the facts in order the i10 when launched a few years back was regarded as the bench mark for cars in its segment. Recent onslaught from competitors and newer models like the VW Polo, Chevrolet Beat, Ford Figo, K Series Maruti Swift and the Fiat Punto to name a few was beginning to eat on the i10 market share and Hyundai had to get into action sooner than expected. The good part is that the new Hyundai i10 Kappa2 that we have here is the latest generation from the Korean car maker and the very same that is showing at the Paris Motor Show 2010. We drove this new chick from Hyundai and here is how it behaved.
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