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2010 (10) Hyundai I20 1.4 Comfort 3dr

Stirling Mazda
Only £3688
£100 deposit
£91.20 per month

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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

PASTrip computer

Entertainment

6 speakersAuxiliary input socket
Radio/single CD playerSteering wheel audio controls
USB/Ipod cable 

Exterior Features

Body colour door handlesBody colour door mirrors
Body coloured bumpersElectric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors
Electric front windowsRear wiper
Tinted glass 

Interior Features

Air conditioningCloth upholstery
Cooled gloveboxHeight adjustable driver's seat
Isofix rear child seat preparationRear headrests
Split folding rear seatTilt/adjustable steering

Safety

3x3 point rear seatbeltsABS
Active front headrestsCurtain airbags
Driver and passenger airbagsESP + traction control
Passenger airbag deactivate switchSide airbags

Security

Remote central locking 

Trim

Silver centre panel 

Wheels

15" alloy wheels
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification

Emissions

CO2 (g/km)133HC+NOx0.033
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 4 

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1396Compression Ratio10.5:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)77Cylinders - Stroke (mm)75
Engine LayoutFRONT TRANSVERSEFuel DeliveryMULTI POINT FUEL INJECTION
Gears5 SPEEDNumber of Valves16
TransmissionMANUAL 

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)50.4EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)60.1EC Urban (mpg)39.2

General

Badge Engine CC1.4Badge Power99
Coin SeriesComfortInsurance Group 14
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0712EInsurance Group 2E
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years6Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years5
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %88NCAP Child Occupant Protection %83
EURO NCAP Front and Side Impact test - Star Rating.9NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 095
EURO NCAP Pedestrian test - Star Rating.9NCAP Pedestrian Protection %64
NCAP Safety Assist %86Service Interval Frequency - Months12
Service Interval Mileage10000Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage999999
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years5Vehicle Homologation ClassM1

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs)11.6Engine Power - BHP99
Engine Power - KW74Engine Power - RPM5500
Engine Torque - LBS.FT101Engine Torque - MKG14
Engine Torque - NM137Engine Torque - RPM4200
Top Speed112 

Tyres

Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front185/60 R15
Tyre Size Rear185/60 R15Wheel Type15" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height1490Length3940
Wheelbase2525Width1710

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)45Gross Vehicle Weight1565
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)295Max. Loading Weight438
Max. Roof Load70Max. Towing Weight - Braked1000
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked450Minimum Kerbweight1127
No. of Seats5Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb10.4
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Hyundai i20

By Steve Walker

Introduction

If we put this in supermarket terms, Hyundai used to be very much at the ALDI and Lidl end of things. It sold simple cars at low prices, emphasising how much customers could get for their money. But Hyundai didn't see much of a future for itself in the bargain basement. It wanted to be battling it out with the Tescos and Sainsburys of the car world in the mainstream. There was only one way that this could be achieved and it began with higher quality products. The i20 supermini was amongst the first Hyundais to make the leap up market and it's now around in reasonable numbers as a used car.

History

The car that really signalled Hyundai's intent to claw its way into contention with the mainstream car brands in the European market was the i30 which emerged in 2007. That model was a family hatchback and it was followed by the i10, a compact citycar, in 2008. It was no surprise then that the car which arrived to replace the aging Getz in 2009 was a supermini called the i20. The task of establishing Hyundai as a direct competitor for the likes of Ford, Renault and Volkswagen was never going to be straightforward and the people in charge at the Korean firm knew they were embarking on gradual process. That's why the i20 was designed in Europe specifically around European tastes and felt like a far higher quality product than the marque's previous supermini offerings but it also came with old Hyundai staples like decent equipment levels and a monster warranty package. Buyers needed time to get used to the idea of putting the i20 on their shopping lists alongside the Clio, Fiesta and Yaris on merit so Hyundai did what it had always done in the past and gave the car a value for money angle to fall back on. The five-door cars arrived early in 2009 and were joined by the three-door versions in April of that year. Three engine options were offered which meant a choice of 1.2 or 1.4-litre petrols or a 1.4-litre CRDi diesel which came with either 74 or 89bhp. A special edition variant dubbed Edition arrived in 2010 to join the standard trim level hierarchy of Classic, Comfort and Style.

What You Get

Hyundai played it quite safe with the looks of the i20 and this may have been a deliberate move as buyers get used to the idea of a Hyundai that can stand toe to toe with the top supermini products with regards interior quality as this one can. The thick swage line that runs down the sides of the car just above the door handles does provide some interest but the general effect is of an identikit supermini that lacks the personality of the leading alternatives. The interior however, will cause many to revaluate Hyundai because the materials and build are far superior to those of the old Getz. Again, the design flair that rivals have worked so hard to instil is absent but the layout is neat and the controls couldn't really be any easier to operate. The i20 is a good size compared to its supermini contemporaries. A kerb weight of 1,222kg means it's no featherweight but it makes good use of its bulk by delivering a respectably spacious cabin. Space in the back will be generous enough for adults to undertake short journeys and fine for kids, while the boot is impressively proportioned. Fold down the 60:40 split rear seats and a flat load floor is created with room for some seriously big cargos. There's also a massive glovebox and a number of other useful receptacles dotted around the interior. Even the entry level Classic model comes with air-conditioning, an iPod connector for the stereo, electric front windows, electric door mirrors and a trip computer. Matched to the i20's attractive pricing, the generous equipment levels showed that despite its move upmarket, Hyundai could still play the value for money card that has served it so well in the past. Safety equipment is similarly abundant on the i20 with every model getting ESP, six airbags and active head restraints. These helped the car achieve a commendable five-star rating for occupant protection in the Euro NCAP crash tests.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

Hyundai's past reliability record should give no cause for concern and that generous warranty package adds extra piece of mind to the used i20s that are about. The cars are likely to have been used extensively as day to day runabouts so while the mileage may not be high, it's worth checking for clutch and gearbox wear as well as being on the look out for parking knocks and scrapes on the bodywork.

Replacement Parts

(approx prices based on i20 1.2) Nothing too terrifying here. Most i20 parts are relatively cheap. A replacement exhaust is £250, but if you need a catalyst you'll need to fork out another £500. Front brake pads are £60 a pair with rears retailing at £75. All about par for the course.

On the Road

Motoring journalists blather on about whether this car is a sharp to drive on the limit as a Fiesta, a complete irrelevance to most likely buyers who'll appreciate this Korean car's supple ride and undemanding driving dynamics. That said, it's quite enjoyable to drive quickly, the experience aided by nicely weighted steering, a lack of body roll and a compliant gearbox. The tyres could offer up a little more grip and the clutch is a bit light but that's about it on the debit side. None of the engines on offer are especially fast but all will probably be adequate for their intended market. The 1.2-litre petrol unit offers 76bhp and the ability to launch the car to 60mph in 12.9s before proceeding to a 106mph top speed, just over half a second quicker than the fastest of the two rather noisy 1.4-litre diesels. The 1.2 is the best selling i20 in the UK and justifiably so seeing as the larger 88bhp 1.4 isn't much faster to sixty. It's worth pointing out though, that both petrol engines have above-average in-gear acceleration, the 50-70mph increment being dispatched a full 4 seconds quicker than a comparable Fiesta - good to know when you're about to overtake that swaying artic. With a height-adjustable driver's seat and a steering column that adjusts for both rake and reach, the i20 should prove accommodating for drivers of most shapes and sizes. The wheel itself is highly reminiscent of a Honda item, even down to the big 'H' at its centre, and is as comfortable a thing to grasp as it is attractive on the eye.

Overall

The i20 supermini emerged as part of Hyundai's concerted attempt to compete head on with the big guns of the European car market and deserves to be considered by used buyers as an equal of the mainstream choices. Its strengths include a comfortable, user-friendly driving experience, a well though-out cabin and generous equipment levels which include particularly strong safety provision. On the downside, the i20's design might not be as appealing as some of its rivals and the trim materials inside the basic models leave a little to be desired. Overall, it's an uncomplicated but capable used supermini option that's good enough to make you reappraise your opinion of this Korean brand.

Performance
60%
Handling
70%
Comfort
70%
Space
50%
Styling
50%
Build
80%
Value
80%
Equipment
80%
Economy
70%
Depreciation
60%
Insurance
70%

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Monthly payment£91.20
Deposit£100
Term (months)48
Cash price£3688
Credit amount£3588
Completion fee£1
Total amount payable£4478.60
Fixed interest rate5.5%
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