This POV test drive features a 2017 Hyundai i10. For technical specifications of this car, visit www.roadfanatic.com/city-cars/2017-hyundai-i10-1-0

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    • Tzoni Hellas
      Tzoni Hellas

      Is that a touch screen?

      about 2 months ago
    • Richard WILSON
      Richard WILSON In reply to Tzoni Hellas

      yep, 7’ with Android Auto or Car Play

      about 12 days ago
    • Ming Sin Ho
      Ming Sin Ho

      UTRECHT!!

      about 3 months ago
    • Louwrens de Kock
      Louwrens de Kock

      Hi,what is the rpm @ 120kph? Does it feel smooth?

      about 3 months ago
    • Rahi Abrar
      Rahi Abrar

      This design is so much better the India version sucks.

      about 5 months ago
    • المعلم المتفائل
      المعلم المتفائل

      Is the suspension system of this car soft ?

      about 5 months ago
    • camilo vivas
      camilo vivas

      El test Drive del i10 2018 es lo peor que eh visto, que vergüenza

      about 6 months ago
    • Felipe Madrid
      Felipe Madrid In reply to camilo vivas

      camilo vivas por qué?

      about 6 months ago
    • Michel Geerts
      Michel Geerts

      Hey supercharced magazine please can hou make a video of the Peugeot 3008 2012 and for i fotgot to say BEST CHANNEL EVERR thuis i were i search

      about 8 months ago
    • Bubbi Gaming
      Bubbi Gaming

      Some oddities with the spec for different countries, my UK 2017 i10 premium does not have the touch screen but does have auto climate control.

      about 9 months ago
    • Hisashi Mitsui
      Hisashi Mitsui

      Did you have windows even slightly open here? Asking because there's so much air noise especially at 60km/h.

      about 9 months ago
    • Hisashi Mitsui
      Hisashi Mitsui In reply to Hisashi Mitsui

      Enjoy this car and treasure it. In long run it'll be worth every effort you put in this car : )

      about 6 months ago
    • filips989
      filips989 In reply to Hisashi Mitsui

      Hisashi Mitsui thanks mate and thank you for your opinion on our choice as well. Too many times people are very subjective when talking about cars.

      For me this is now a favorite car to drive. Even though it clearly lacks the torque and power of our diesel C4, it feels amazing and I find out new things I love about it every day. For example, the doors, I've never had that much joy in opening and closing the doors on a car. They have weight to them and the sound they make when you close them is just perfect. It's a very well built car. And for a small city hatchback, the suspension is sublime.

      Anyway, I can 100% recommend it. For single people or couples without kids - or as a 2nd family car, I don't think there's currently a better choice in this segment.

      about 6 months ago
    • Hisashi Mitsui
      Hisashi Mitsui In reply to Hisashi Mitsui

      I'm glad that You have finally choosed the Hyundai. I'm sure it'll work great and you'll not have to regret your choice.

      Thanks for Your information, it's a good knowledge for pretty much everyone. 87HP for a city hatchback is a good choice. You shouldn't run out of power and You'll be able to enjoy this car outside city (of course not talking about driving ~160-200km/h). Very good to know that i10 is pretty well insulated. If it's too much, You can always do sound dampening yourself (f.ex. at rear wheels part).

      I drive much older car so I didn't even knew what "HAC" is until I googled it just now. So well... I would be able to easily live without all this electronical "crap" (increase in repair cost).

      Whether it'll be in 1, 5 or 10 years, I'm sure I'll buy Hyundai for myself too. At first I thought about i20 but it seems that i10 would be enough too.

      I'm so thankful that You've listened to me. It's so good to hear "the car I love", I don't think you'd say same with VW UP.
      Enjoy Your New Family Member, his name is Hyundai i10 : )

      about 6 months ago
    • filips989
      filips989 In reply to Hisashi Mitsui

      Hisashi Mitsui got the i10 yesterday :) thoufh they didn't have 1.0 in stock so I went with 1.25 87 hp with some discount and it runs amazing. Engine and sound insulation are great. Sitting in traffic lights you can't hear litteraly anything. I was checking at one point to see if it has stop & go system.
      And I can confirm now 100% that what you heard in the video is not wind noise but wet road. It started raining as I drove home from the dealership and the sound insulation on rear wheels is non-existant in this case so you can hear every puddle you drive over.

      Also, HACsystem is kinda disappointing since it seema to need a really steep incline in order to kick in. Not a dealbreaker since HAC was not a main selling point for me.

      Everything else about the car I love, especially the 1.25 engine which I didn't even consider before.

      about 6 months ago
    • Hisashi Mitsui
      Hisashi Mitsui In reply to Hisashi Mitsui

      It's obvious that i10 is not gonna be insulated like C4. i10 is Segment-A with 3645mm length. C4 is Seg-C with 4329mm length.

      Still, i10 is obviously a city car so if it's practically noiseless at 60km/h.. it's awesome.
      Usually with lots of traffic in city You can drive with 20-50km/h so that's where car should be noiseless with closed windows and (fairly quiet) A/C to enjoy driving under these circumstances.

      Old cars (pre-2000) usually are worned out so there's destroyed/lack of seals in doors/windows, some completly lack sound dampening materials and that's the reason they are too noisy for a very picky people like myself.
      If I can hear everything that happens outside the car with windows closed and engine off, I literally get mad.. you lose focus and with every passing car whistle it's getting even more annoying.

      Glad i10 is working for You. As said before, if I were You, I wouldn't pick VW at all.
      Hyundai (made for korean weird roads) will have a lot more durable suspension and engines are meant to last much longer. VW just do car for (well, usually german) people that are pretty rich and they don't care how often and how much they need to pay for repairs of their car. Just check forums (both Hyundai & VW ones) to see which one has more issues : )

      To me, You have already made decision. i10 pros: exterior (will not get bored/afraid to show it), more space (comfort), better driver's postion & steering (most important TBH!), at low rpm sound nice & at high rpm growls (good! Both comfort and sport at the same time) and.. "so much fun" to drive. | Cons: Stated nothing.

      VW UP pros: interior (well, you'll drive so no time to look at it and exterior is meh..), better engine noise insulation (by 1-10%? is it even worth?), uuummm. that's all i guess. | Cons: Everything LOL - not comfortable driver position, not fun to drive, too light steering.

      I hope that You will pick the good choice mate. I'd pay more to get Hyundai.

      about 6 months ago
    • sky AL
      sky AL

      Please make vide of Škoda Karoq or Dacia Duster 2 generation

      about 10 months ago
    • sky AL
      sky AL In reply to sky AL

      Road Fanatic okay

      about 10 months ago
    • Road Fanatic
      Road Fanatic In reply to sky AL

      Will do that as soon as possible

      about 10 months ago
    • Onur Onur
      Onur Onur

      You can take Renault Symbol (Dacia Logan) Sedan Diesel videos.

      about 10 months ago