Hyundai i10 (2014–2019)

Model History

August 2013

New Hyundai i10 unveiled

Hyundai released the first pictures of new i10, the company’s completely-new small hatchback. Appearing five years after its predecessor went on sale, the new i10 demonstrates significant progress for Hyundai in the segment, possessing abilities and features typically only found in higher segments. Generous levels of equipment, space and functionality, coupled with sophisticated design, refined ride qualities and a quiet cabin, set new levels of ‘true value’ for Hyundai.

Buyers of the new i10 will be offered the highest levels of comfort and safety equipment, with many features more common to segments above. Available equipment such as automatic climate control, heated leather steering wheel and cruise control with speed limiter provide bigger-car comfort, while safety features include standard-fitment stability control and front curtain airbags.

Longer (+80mm), wider (+65mm) and lower (-50mm) than its predecessor, the new i10 provides best-in-class legroom and cargo capacity. Front and rear passengers benefit from combined legroom of 1,890mm, while boot capacity has been boosted by more than 10% to 252 litres with all seats in place.

The new i10 is based on an all-new platform featuring a 5mm-longer wheelbase and relocated rear dampers that deliver more precise wheel control over all types of road surface. To take full advantage of its enhanced dimensions, the new i10 has also been carefully tuned to deliver refined driving dynamics and low noise levels, for an experience close to the standard of larger hatchbacks.

As with 95% of Hyundai cars sold in Europe, the new i10 has been designed and developed at the Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany.

In production from September 2013 at Hyundai’s factory in Ízmit, Turkey. The annual capacity of the plant, which already produces the i20 model, is rising to 200,000 cars, following a multi-million Euro investment in infrastructure in the region. Once the new i10 goes on sale across Europe, 90% of Hyundai cars sold in Europe will be built in the region.

October 2013

Prices announced

Model Trim Price (on the road)
1.0 manual S £8,345
1.0 manual S Air £8,995
1.0 manual SE £9,295
1.0 manual Blue Drive SE £9,595
1.2 manual SE £9,795
1.2 automatic SE £10,495
1.0 manual Premium £9,995
1.2 manual Premium £10,495

Specifications: S models come with the 1.0-litre engine, cloth and vinyl interior trim in black with beige inserts, 4-inch steel wheels, central locking, electric front windows, CD tuner with USB, daytime running lights, Isofix and a tilt adjustable steering wheel. SE adds remote central locking, electric rear windows, electric heated door mirrors, body coloured door handles and mirrors, driver's seat height adjustment and black b-pillars. Blue accent cloth interior is standard with vibrant orage accent cloth trim available as a no-cost option. Premium comes with 14-inch alloys, Bluetooth with voice recognition, steering wheel controls, LED daytie running lights, front fog lights, rear speakers, drivers safety window, door mirror indicators, Emergency Stop Signal, side body mouldings, leather steering wheel and gear lever, plus chrome effect interior door handles and parking brake.

Options: Connectivity Pack - Bluetooth with voice recognition, rear speakers and steering wheel controls; Winter Pack - heated leather steering wheel and heated front seats; Driver Assist Pack - rear parking sensors and cruise control with speed limiter

Wheels: 13 x 4.5-inch steel wheels with 155/70 R13 tyres and tyre mobility kit; 14 x 5.5-inch steel or alloy wheels with 175/65 R14 tyres and tyre mobility kit or temporary spare; 15 x 6.0-inch steel or alloy wheels with 185/55 R15 tyres and tyre mobility kit or temporary spare

February 2015

Premium SE model added to Hyundai i10 range

Priced at £11,995 OTR for the manual, and £12,650 OTR for the automatic it comes with 15” alloy wheels; an electric tilt and slide glass sunroof; rear parking sensors; smart key with engine stop/start button; chrome effect exterior door handles; climate control, heated front seats and steering wheel.

From February 2015, responding to consumer requests, Hyundai has added a space saver spare tyre as a standard feature on new SE models and above. In addition, Hyundai is offering customers, of the SE model, the ‘Connectivity Pack’ option which comprises of Bluetooth with voice recognition; steering wheel with audio controls and rear speakers, all for just £175.

August 2016

Slight redesign for i10

The new i10 gets a redesigned grille, new bumpers, a new black inlay as well as round rear fog lamps mirroring the new front design. Redesigned side mouldings with a new shape and size round off the fresh profile.

Inside, the i10 comes with a new shade of red cloth. Customers can now also choose from blue and black interior colours on all trims. There is also a new design of 14-inch steel or alloy wheel. There are enhancements in ride and handling created by a larger front bump stopper and modified steering gear ratio.

Like its predecessor, the i10 will come with the proven choice of two petrol engines, 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre, driving the front wheels through five-speed manual as standard or four-speed automatic gearboxes. The BlueDrive model, based on the 1.0-litre petrol variant, includes a number of features to reduce fuel consumption.

The i10 now includes the latest connectivity features, all integrated into the new seven-inch touch screen navigation system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto guarantee seamless integration, safe operation and mirrored functionality of mobile devices based on iOS or the Android operating system.

December 2016

New price structure announced for upgraded Hyundai i10

Optional Driver Assist Pack comprises Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) and Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) forming the Driver Assist Pack. Using a forward facing camera, LDWS alerts the driver with an audible warning if the vehicle moves over lane markings, whilst FCWS acts to warn the driver with a visual and audible alarm if a collision risk arises from another vehicle.

Handling the i10 is improved with modified steering gear ratio for a more direct feel, whilst larger front shock absorber bump stops enhance both ride comfort and lower suspension noise transmission into the cabin.

Prices start from £9,250 for the i10 S, including new 14” steel wheels and wheel covers, rear spoiler with integrated brake light, electric front windows and remote central locking as standard. with the interior features a new Black cloth interior. with grey dashboard insert. Standard safety features include Electronic Stability Programme, Brake Assist System and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System. The i10 S comes with the 1.0 3-cylinder Kappa engine and a 5 speed manual transmission.

i10 SE, from £10,500 adds body-coloured door handles and mirrors, with heating and electrical adjustment, air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth and DAB radio. i10 SE is also available with optional blue or red interior trim as a no cost alternative to the standard black cloth trim and introduces the Driver Assist Pack option. i10 SE offers the choice of 1.0-litre 3-cylinder Kappa engine and 5 speed manual transmission, 1.2-litre 4-cylinder Kappa engine with a 5 speed manual or 1.2 Kappa with 4 speed automatic transmission.

i10 SE Blue, available from £10,900, shares the equipment of the SE, with better economy. It features a combination of Intelligent Stop Go, and a unique weight saving 4 seat interior with 13” steel wheels and wheel covers, allowing the i10 SE Blue’s 1.0-litre 3-cylinder Kappa engine to achieve 70.6 mpg combined.

i10 Premium now has privacy glass as standard and a new design of 14” alloy wheel and LED daytime running lights. Inside has climate control leather steering wheel and gear knob. New connectivity features include DAB radio and a smartphone docking station. i10 Premium is available with the 1.0-litre 3-cylinder Kappa with 5 speed manual transmission, the 1.2-litre 4-cylinder Kappa with a 5 speed manual or 1.2 Kappa with 4 speed automatic transmission. i10 Premium prices start from £11,200.

Range topping i10 Premium SE starts at £12,800 and adds a 7” touchscreen with Navigation and DAB radio. The fully integrated system also offers LIVE services, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, making i10 Premium SE the only car in its class to offer all 3 in a single infotainment system. i10 Premium SE is available with the 1.2-litre 4-cylinder Kappa engine with a choice of a 5 speed manual, or 4 speed automatic transmission.

The solid colour range comprises Morning Blue and Polar White, while the metallic range is made up of Aqua Sparkling, Iced Coffee, Sleek Sliver and Star Dust. Customers desiring pearl colours can choose between Mandarin Orange, Passion Red and Phantom Black. Black cloth interior is the standard New i10 upholstery, with both Blue and Red cloth available on SE, Premium and Premium SE trim.

New i10 Pricing Fuel Type CO 2 Emissions (g/km) VED Band Recommended On The Road Price P11D Value BIK %
S 1.0 66ps 5dr - Manual P 108 B £9,250 £9,195 18%
SE Blue 1.0 66ps 4 seat 5dr - Manual P 93 A £10,900 £10,845 15%
SE 1.0 66ps 5dr - Manual P 108 B £10,500 £10,445 18%
Premium 1.0 66ps 5dr - Manual P 108 B £11,200 £11,145 18%
SE 1.2 87ps 5dr - Manual P 114 C £10,980 £10,925 19%
SE 1.2 87ps 5dr - Auto P 139 E £11,720 £11,535 24%
Premium 1.2 87ps 5dr - Manual P 114 C £11,680 £11,625 19%
Premium 1.2 87ps 5dr - Auto P 139 E £12,420 £12,235 24%
Premium SE 1.2 87ps 5dr - Manual P 114 C £12,800 £12,745 19%
Premium SE 1.2 87ps 5dr - Auto P 139 E £13,540 £13,355 24%
Optional Extras
Metallic / Pearl paint £550
Driver Assist Pack (Lane Departure Warning System and Forward Collision Warning System) – SE, Premium & Premium SE £275
Blue or Red interior – SE , Premium and Premium SE FOC

February 2018

Hyundai i10 Go SE launched

The i10 Go! SE 1.0 66PS 5 speed manual is based on the i10 SE. Priced from £11,285, only a £495 premium over the base SE, the i10 Go! SE offers additional exterior equipment including 14-inch alloy wheels, gloss black door mirrors, privacy glass and black side body moulding.

Interior equipment includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather steering wheel and gear knob, black headlining and Go! SE cloth upholstery. The i10 Go SE! is available in 4 body colours, Champion Blue (metallic), Stardust Grey (metallic), Phantom Black (pearl) and Polar White (solid).

April 2019

Hyundai i10 Play special edition announced

The i10 Play is available from £11,195 - the same price as the i10 SE and includes higher trim specification - including 15-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, 7-inch touchscreen navigation system with DAB, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, black gloss door mirror covers and PLAY badging. The i10 Play is available with the 1.0 MPI 67PS 5 speed manual.

The i10 PLAY is available in a choice of five colours: Tomato Red or Polar White as solid, no cost options, Champion Blue, Stardust Grey or Clean Slate as metallic options for £550.

What does a Hyundai i10 (2014 – 2019) cost?

Contract hire from £130.16 per month