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Hyundai i10 (2020 on)

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1.0 MPI 67ps SE Connect Auto 5dr

reviewed by andrew moule on 9 June 2021
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
4
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
3
How you rate the manufacturer
3
Overall reliability

Great car but only one usable key is bad!

Bought for my daughter from Bristol Street in Peterlee but I am a named driver. Only one smart key came with the car which we only found out on the day of delivery. I had asked in advance things like whether there was a spare wheel but it never crossed my mind there wouldn't be too proper usable keys. I only found out when I went to move the car and the alarm went off off when I used the spare key. Inserting the spare key and turning the engine on will silence the alarm after 30 seconds but believe me that was a long 30 seconds. I found Hyundai head office and was told they had had a lot of comments about this and would feed back to me but of course I have never heard anything.
The car itself is very impressive. She had an old style i10 previously and this is a big improvement. The auto box is not a true automatic it is an automated manual transmission which is quite sluggish but she is simply happy not to have a clutch pedal.

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reviewed by Anonymous on 19 January 2021

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