The all-new Hyundai i10 arrives in one-litre petrol version in three trim levels: i10 classic (from €11,995), i10 deluxe (from €13,495) and i10 deluxe automatic (from €15,495). Prices exclude delivery and related charges.
Hyundai Ireland says it expects to double i10 sales this year with 500 units, plus the Korean carmaker is targeting first place in the A segment by the end of 2014.
Hyundai points out that the new i10 comes with five seats, coupled with a generous interior that features an extra 40mm of legroom and 16mm of shoulder space more than its predecessor.
The new i10 comes with Hyundai's five-year unlimited mileage, manufacturer-backed warranty as standard, plus ABS, ESP and a new tyre pressure monitoring system, too.