New 2023 pricing and specifications for Hyundai i10

  • Hyundai i10 updated for 2023 with new look
  • Now has integrated LED daytime running lights and honeycomb grille
  • New look 15-inch and 16-inch alloy wheel designs
  • Prices start at £15,420 for the Hyundai i10 Advance

Hyundai has announced the pricing and specifications for the facelifted 2023 Hyundai i10 range.

It gets a fresh new look with a new honeycomb mesh design grille with integrated LED daytime running lights, new 15-inch and 16-inch alloy wheel designs and updated Hyundai emblems. The i10 is available in three trim levels: Advance, Premium and N Line, with prices starting from £15,420.

The Advance trim level starts at £15,420 and builds on the comprehensive specification found on the previous SE Connect trim with the addition of LED daytime running lights, keyless entry, rear parking sensors, updated USB-C charging ports and a full segment TFT LCD instrument cluster display.

Standard safety systems include Forward Collision avoidance Assist with pedestrian and cyclist detection, Intelligent Speed Limit Assist and Lane Follow Assist. The i10 Premium 1.0 67PS 5MT starts from £16,720 and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, halogen bi-function headlamps, privacy glass, heated front seats and heated steering wheel.

The N Line 1.0T 100PS 6MT, the top-of-the-range model, is priced from £18,020 and comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and heated steering wheel, blue mood lighting and wireless device charger.

The i10 has two new exterior colours, Lumen Grey and Meta Blue, that are available from launch. It also offers a new interior trim for Premium models that features tartan fabric seats with vertical purple lines, Meta Blue air vent surrounds, black door garnish and metallic dashboard trim.

N Line models retain the black and red interior that now incorporates a new seat pattern to accentuate the N Line’s sports styling.

The i10 offers two engine options, the 1.0 3-cylinder 67PS engine with a standard 5-speed manual transmission or optional 5-speed automated manual and the 1.2 84PS with 5-speed manual or 5-speed automated manual powertrains. Customers can also choose the Shale Grey interior as a no-cost option.

Hyundai has enhanced the i10’s safety features with a range of new safety systems as standard. Forward Collision avoidance Assist with pedestrian and cyclist detection, Intelligent Speed Limit Assist and Lane Follow Assist are all included. The safety systems use cameras and radar to detect and avoid collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists, while Lane Follow Assist helps to keep the car in the centre of the lane.

The Hyundai i10 is a popular model with readers, the i10 has been one of the most popular compact cars since its introduction in 2008. The i10 has a fuel economy of up to 56.5 mpg and CO2 emissions from 101 g/km.

Our verdict is that it is: "Easy to drive, cheap to run and backed by a comprehensive five year unlimited mileage warranty. The Hyundai i10 is also bigger than the average city car, meaning more interior space and a bigger boot. But what makes it stand out is its blend of comfort and handling. True, the i10 might not be quite as much fun to drive as the Volkswagen Up, but the i10 makes a compelling case for the best city car on the market."

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I need a small automatic car for a new driver - what would you suggest?

I need a small automatic car for a new driver, for £10,000 or less. What would you suggest?
The biggest issue for new drivers tends to be insurance costs, but typically small automatics tend to have larger engines than their manual counterparts which can push premiums up a little. We would suggest the Hyundai i10 or Kia Picanto, both of which are available with a 1.2-litre engine and an automatic gearbox, although you may have to hunt around a little to find them as they tend not to be as popular in automatic form. However they are both excellent choices with low running costs and are ideal for a new driver.
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