The Korean house announces the arrival on the market of the restyled version of the city car Hyundai i10. The price list starts from 16.950 euro with the availability of three different trims: Connectline, Prime and N Line. The Connectline and Prime trim levels can be combined with the 67 bhp three-cylinder petrol 1.0 MPI, also suitable for novice drivers, which can be combined with the manual or automatic gearbox. From next summer, the three-cylinder will also be available in the bi-fuel petrol-LPG variant.
The setup Connectline comes as standard with the Multimedia system with 8″ touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity, the LCD Instrumentation with central 4.2″ TFT cluster, and various driver assistance systems (ADAS) that are part of the SmartSense “package” , such as the frontal collision avoidance system with vehicle, pedestrian and cyclist recognition, active lane keeping, and cruise control.
The setup Primeyes 19.050 euroadds the multimedia system with navigator, rear view camera and wireless charger for smartphones, Hyundai BlueLink services, OTA updates, electrically folding exterior mirrors, 16” alloy wheels, tinted rear windows and ambient lights.
At the top of the range is the N Line (in the photo above), available only in combination with the 100 bhp 1.0 T-GDI 3-cylinder turbo petrol. The price list starts from 19.050 euro and the standard equipment, compared to the Connectline trim level, adds specific bumpers and light signature, 16” alloy wheels with a dedicated design, interiors with N Line details and pedals with metal finishes.
Thanks to the promotion called Voucher Exchange or Scrapping Hyundai e financing Super Hyundai Plus (TAN 6.95%, APR 9.40%), the new Hyundai i10 1.0 MPI with gearbox in Connectline set-up is offered at 14,750 euros, with a customer benefit of 2,200 euros. The plan includes installments from 119 euros per month for 36 months against an advance of 4,170 euros.