Hyundai i10 Quick Reviews:
Hyundai’s entry-level B class hatchback, the i10, first appeared in the Indian market in 2007. Initially only available in petrol, the manufacturer quickly added an LPG version to the lineup. It has a 1.1-litre four-cylinder petrol engine under the hood that powers the entire range. The five-speed manual transmission replaces the automatic transmission.
Hyundai i10 is a viable option in the entry-level B segment, with prices ranging from Rs 4.34 lakh to Rs 5.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available in petrol and LPG fuel options. In comparison to the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, the i10 lacks an automatic transmission and an oil burner, both of which are standard on popular versions like the Celerio and Tiago. Furthermore, the hatchback falls short in terms of comfort and safety features, lacking items such as anti-lock brakes and airbags, to name a few.
Price: ₹ 5.24 Lakh onwards
Mileage: 18.9 to 25 kmpl
Engine: 998 to 1197 cc
Transmission: Manual & AMT
Fuel Type: Petrol, CNG & Diesel
Seating Capacity: 5 Seater
The inside design is fairly simple, as one would expect from a B class hatchback at this price point. With large dials and buttons, the dashboard has an antiquated style. While the cabin is comfortable in terms of space, there is ample room in front for the driver and passenger.
The hatchback’s exterior appearance is modern, with a hexagonal grille with a brief chrome garnish on the upper grille and honeycomb mesh on the lower side. Petal-shaped headlamps flank the radiator grille, and big fog lamps are located on the lower half of the bumper. There are no obvious character lines in the side profile. The i10 has an integrated spoiler, a body-coloured bumper with reflectors, and sharp tail lamps on the back end.
Engine Specifications and Transmissions:
The compact automobile is powered by a 1.1-litre four-cylinder SOHC petrol engine that produces 68bhp at 5500rpm and 10.1kgm at 4500rpm. The hatchback is only available with a five-speed manual transmission and no automatic transmission.
Exterior highlights include clear lens headlamps and rear combo lamps, wing mirrors, 2-tone chrome grille, full wheel cover, and waistline moulding. Inside, the i10 has blue interior illumination, a centre console tray, a front door map pocket, and a rear parcel compartment, among other things.
Accessories and Infotainment:
The top-of-the-line model comes with a 2-DIN radio, CD player, MP3 audio, AUX-in, USB connections, and four speakers.
Braking and Handling:
Front-wheel ventilated disc brakes and rear-wheel drum brakes offer to stop power.
Safety and Security:
The Hyundai i10 lacks critical safety features such as airbags and anti-lock brakes. Engine immobilizer, day and night inside rearview mirror, central locking for all doors, front fog lamps, foldable key, and keyless entry are among the other safety features available on the hatchback.
Comfort and Convenience:
I-Relax front seats, i-Relax gear console, air conditioner with warmth, electric power steering, remote fuel lid opener, and internally adjustable wing mirrors are all standard comfort features on the i10. From the mid-level model onwards, power windows in the front and back and a driver-side front power window with auto-down and illumination are available.
Wheels and Tyres:
In the front and back, 155/80 R13 tyres are used. The model series lacks alloy wheels; instead, the range spec variant comes with full wheel covers.
Hyundai i10 competes in the entry-level B class against Maruti Suzuki Celerio and Tata Tiago. While the Celerio offers a variety of AMT options, the Tiago delivers a number of segment-first innovations. Furthermore, both models are equipped with basic safety features like airbags and anti-lock brakes.
Hyundai i10 Price:
The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios pricing ranges from 5.24 lakh to 8.45 lakh. The pricing of the Grand i10 Nios petrol version goes from 5.24 lakh to 7.88 lakh, the price of the Grand i10 Nios CNG version ranges from 6.85 lakh to 7.39 lakh, and the price of the Grand i10 Nios diesel version is from 7.16 lakh to 8.45 lakh.
- I10 1.1 D-Lite: Petrol, Manual, 17.9 Km/l. ₹ 3.79 L
- I10 1.2 Magna AT: 1086 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 4.45 L
- I10 1.2 Magna MT: Petrol, Manual, 18.8 Km/l. ₹ 4.46 L
- I10 1.2 Sportz MT: Petrol, Manual, 18.8 Km/l. ₹ 4.77 L
- I10 1.1 Era: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 4.78 L
- I10 Magna 1.1 iRDE2: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 4.78 L
- I10 1.1 Magna Option Pack: Petrol, Manual, 14.6 Km/l. ₹ 4.83 L
- I10 1.2 Asta MT Sunroof: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 14 Km/l. ₹ 5.01 L
- I10 1.1 Magna: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.04 L
- I10 1.2 Sportz Option Pack: Petrol, Manual, 18.7 Km/l. ₹ 5.07 L
- I10 1.1 Magna Special Edition: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.2 L
- I10 1.2 Sportz AT: Petrol, Automatic, 15.5 Km/l. ₹ 5.34 L
- I10 1.1 Sportz MT: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.36 L
- I10 Era: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.38 L
- I10 1.2 Asta MT: Petrol, Manual, 18.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.52 L
- I10 1.2 Asta AT Sunroof: Petrol, Automatic, 15.3 Km/l. ₹ 5.89 L
- I10 1.2 Asta AT: Petrol, Automatic, 15.3 Km/l. ₹ 6.26 L
- I10 Sportz 1.1 iRDE2: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 6.4 L
- I10 1.2 L Kappa Magna Special Edition: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual,19.8 Km/l. ₹ 6.58 L
- I10 Era 1.1 iRDE2: 1086 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 7.58 L
- I10 1.1 Era LPG: Petrol+LPG, Manual, 16.4 Km/l. ₹ 4.42 L
- I10 1.1 Magna LPG: Petrol+LPG, Manual, 17.2 Km/l. ₹ 4.57 L
- I10 1.1 Sportz MT LPG: 1086 cc, Petrol+LPG, Manual, 19.8 Km/l. ₹ 5.67 L
Hyundai i10 Mileage:
Hyundai i10 Petrol mileage is 20.36 kmpl, while Hyundai i10 LPG mileage is 19.2 km/kg, according to the ARAI. The claimed ARAI mileage for the Hyundai i10 Petrol automatic models is 19.2 kmpl.
- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Transmission: Manual
- ARAI Mileage: 20.36 kmpl
- City Mileage: 17.18 kmpl
- LPG Manual: 19.2 km/kg
Hyundai i10 Colors:
Available in 4 colors, and they are Star Dust, Wine Red, Sleek Silver and Pure White.
In terms of appearance, the Grand i10 Nios, with its distinctive design, is now a capable challenger against the Maruti Suzuki Swift. Sure, it’s not really enjoyable to drive and has a busy ride. However, it has quality interiors, is filled with features, and comes with the convenience of an automatic (AMT) transmission, even with the diesel engine, as well as the option of CNG. And if Hyundai’s customer service is any indication, it’ll be a hassle-free hatchback to own.
- New tyres have recently been installed on all of the wheels. The engine oil has also been replaced lately. It’s also time to change the gear oil. It gets 19 kilometres per gallon.
- The only drawbacks we have with this vehicle are the ride quality and the cost of maintenance. The ride is of mediocre quality. Hyundai service costs have also increased in recent years. They charge roughly 5K for a routine service/oil change as per the instructions.
- From the first generation to the most recent, this hatchback has garnered a lot of popularity. This hatch is a cut above the competition thanks to its good appearance, sophisticated display, spectacular sound system, and good fuel economy. Its eye-catching design, combined with the roomy cabin, makes it a real eye-catcher. A thump in the acceleration merely adds to the fun of driving. This hatch does not disappoint in terms of overall enjoyment.
Production of the Hyundai i10 has been stopped.