Reliability survey this second generation i10 is very reliable. It came in eighth place out of 22 entries in the value and small car class with few reported problems. Hyundai as a brand always features near the top of any manufacturer reliability table, it finished sixth out of 31 car makers in our most recent survey.
If you want your first car to be fun to drive, stylish AND practical, the all new Hyundai i10 is well worth your attention. This fun supermini is funky fuel efficient and well engineered. Running costs are good i10 models sit in insurance groups two through to about seven and servicing is cheap for the class too.
Currently reading the Hyundai i10 is a capable comfortable city car now with sharper styling, improved tech and useful practicality, although it does come at a cost. Running costs with good economy and low overall running costs the Hyundai i10 makes sense as a frugal city car.
Generally the newer Hyundais are pretty good for reliability. Just don't expect it to last 20 years. You might get that much out of it but the average car lasts around 14 years. Despite their ads Toyotas only last about a year longer than average.
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