Hyundai i10 Lease Deals
Hyundai i10 Top Features
Looks more stylish than most rivals.
Up-to-date tech and features.
Above-average boot space.
Why Lease A Hyundai i10 With Vanarama?
The Benefits Of A Hyundai i10Most people choose to lease a small car because they want something practical and cost-effective. And the Hyundai i10 easily ticks that box – but it also adds in attractive design, impressive interior space and plenty of standard kit. Not only is it more practical than you might think, but if you choose the right spec then it’s also fun to drive, too. Read our in-depth Hyundai i10 review to see what our car experts thought of this sleek city car.
What Is The i10’s Interior Like?
How Does The i10 Drive?
The 2 front seats offer plenty of head- and legroom for all but the tallest people. However, as is the case with most smaller hatchbacks like this, the real compromise comes when you get to the rear seats and boot.
In this case, however, the latest Hyundai i10 makes the most of its dimensions and will seat 3 adults for short journeys. The centre-rear seat is narrow but there’s no intruding floor hump, so legroom isn’t compromised.
The boot offers a respectable 252 litres of space – and this expands to 1,050 litres with the seats down. It’s well above most rivals and not far off the figures for larger cars like the Renault Clio and Ford Fiesta.
Both front and rear doors have handy pockets that can take large water bottles, and there’s a storage slot ahead of the gear lever for your phone or keys, as well as a bottle holder in the centre console.
Low running costs are what a small hatchback is all about, and the base 67hp 1.0-litre engine leads the pack with 56.5mpg in mixed driving conditions. The 84hp 1.2-litre unit returns 52.3mpg, which is a small price to pay for the much-improved performance it delivers.
The real star, though, is the turbocharged 100hp engine. This also offers 52.3mpg and is even more enjoyable to drive. Regularly enjoying that turbocharged shove may quickly lower that figure.
Hyundai i10 Models Available
Hyundai i10 hatchbackThe standard body style is a 5-door hatchback. The rear hatch opens nice and wide, making it easy to load heavy items.
The Hyundai i10 Vs Competitors
Hyundai as a brand is known for building reliable vehicles. The i10 is no different and it is offered with a 5-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. This betters most rivals aside from the Kia Picanto, which has a 7-year warranty (albeit limited to 100,000 miles after the initial 3 years of unlimited cover).
This is important because picking the right trims and specs is crucial to getting the best i10 experience. We recommend the SE Connect – it adds alloy wheels, a rear-view camera and, most importantly, the 8-inch touchscreen display.
It also lets you pick the stronger 84hp engine. The Premium and N Line are more about visual improvements – but if you want the 100hp engine, it can only be had with the top-spec N Line.
No. All trims from the SE Connect and up do come with a rear-view camera, though.
For a small hatchback, the Hyundai i10 is one of the most spacious and practical around. It can fit 5 adults and there are a number of useful storage spots for phones and wallets.
It looks and feels as if it was built to be a class leader rather than simply to fill basic transport needs. It’s enjoyable to drive and is as spacious as the smallest-of-the-small hatchbacks get.
Vanarama lease deals are tailored to your budget, with options on lease length, initial payment and annual mileage, and others. With both personal and business lease deals, you’ll pay a fixed monthly payment throughout your lease agreement.
At the end of the agreement, just hand the car back to us without anything extra to pay – providing you’re within the agreed mileage and fair wear and tear. At that point, you’re free to walk away or upgrade to another new car with us!