March 31, 2016 :Marking two decades since it started operations in India, Hyundai Motor India Limited is preparing to roll out special editions of two of its models – Grand i10 and Xcent – this year. Since its inception in India in the year 1996, the Korean carmaker has gone on to become the second largest car manufacturer in India.
Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute
26% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Nice car, interior quality is excellent.
nice car I have . never left me hurted
good car & comfortable & very good mailage
It's in good condition.no any complaints.
overall it is nice car low mantenancesmooth functioningaverage mileagecomfort
I have been using Hyundai i10 1.2 Kappa Automatic Transmission (2009) and have already driven it for more than 75,000 kms so far. The car has never given me a reason to worry and was a feature-rich, affordable AT hatchback at the time of purchase. It is full-time AT with creep function and very much unlike jugaad AMTs of present times.
Very Good Driving Experience, till today engine is very good condition, medium mileage, medium comfortable car, for 1st fife years pickup was very good, in this car head light is very poor and there lots of difficulties in clutch pad and outside body design not good and there is pron to dent in all 4 corners
Its an excellent car. I have been using this car i10 for 10 years now. I got CNG installed and my daily commute has been 86 Kms. After 9 years of continuous usage with CNG kit installed, it has developed some issues with Engine Header. Still, there is no issue with i10 pickup, it"s in fairly good condition after 10 years. Time to upgrade now.
It is a very smooth car and a pleasure to drive... but with manual gear changing, it is a pain in bumper to bumper driving in the city..but outstation... it is a joy..
i10 is a good car for small family, though the mileage is not that good comparing to other competitors. The overall performance for this car is very good.
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