Hyundai i10 Facelift


The new model of Hyundai i10 city car for 2011 not only features styling tweaks and interior upgrades, it gets a new super efficient Blue Drive variant.

It’s not like the other editions of the car are not economical, but this one with its sub-100 g/km Co2 is also exempted from road taxes and congestion charges. It is also the first model form a range of Hyundai Blue models to be launched in the coming years lowering the brand’s overall fuel consumption in order to meet the average 50 mpg CAFE targets.

The Hyundai i10 Blue is the cheapest five-seat car on the market to achieve sub-100g/km Co2 with a base price of £8,195 and class-leading specification which makes it a great value for money.

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Hyundai has also upgraded the current 1.2 liter unit and introduces a new 1.0 liter three-cylinder unit to replace the 1.1 liter Kappa. Sales of the new models begin from March 1 2011.

Press Release:

Hyundai has comprehensively updated its award-winning i10 city car range. The range-wide update – which goes on sale 1st March – marks the arrival of Hyundai’s first sub-100g/km Blue model, along with specification and design upgrades for the rest of the line-up.

The new and improved version of Hyundai’s entry-point model represents a significant step forward over the outgoing i10. Chief among the changes are enhancements to the i10’s design – both in the cabin and on the exterior of the car. These key design changes are in keeping with the brand’s bold and progressing design language, bringing a clear family resemblance between the new i10 and other recently launched Hyundais, including the sleek ix35 and ix20 models.

A new and improved range of Euro V compliant engines blend clean performance with excellent fuel economy and ultra-low emissions. The latest i10 introduces the all-new 1.0-litre ‘Kappa’ engine, which replaces the old 1.1-litre ‘Epsilon’ unit. This cutting-edge three-cylinder engine achieves a remarkable 67.3mpg combined: the sort of cheap-to-run credentials that will resonate with customers as the cost of motoring continues to rise. The popular 1.25-litre ‘Kappa’ engine has also been improved giving 13% more power (85bhp), 9.2% less CO2 (108g/km) and 8.7% better fuel consumption (61.4mpg) than the outgoing 1.25-litre ‘Kappa’ engine.

To make the most of the efficient new 1.0-litre engine, Hyundai has introduced an all-new model – the i10 Blue. This special ‘eco’ edition of the i10 emits an astonishingly low 99g/km CO2, so it gains exemption from VED and the London Congestion Charge.  It is currently the only sub-£10k five-seater car on the market to achieve this, and the first of a family of Blue models that will underscore Hyundai’s commitment to environmental technology.

The revised range consists of four trim grades – Blue, Classic, Active and Style – all of which offer exceptional value for money. Equipment specification across the i10 range remains impressive, with usually optional features, such as air conditioning and the addition of an iPod plug-in, standard fit on all new i10s. As part of a class-leading equipment list, customers will also find four airbags, a six-speaker stereo, electric windows and central locking all as standard on all models. Prices start at £8,195 for the entry-level Classic model.

All new i10s come with Hyundai’s world-beating Five Year Triple Care package, for total peace of mind. This package includes five-year unlimited mileage warranty, five years’ roadside assistance and five years of vehicle health checks. It’s an offer that is yet to be matched by any of Hyundai’s rivals.

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