Hyundai i10 Dimensions Guide
With space at a premium in towns and cities, having a smaller car that’s compact enough to navigate tight streets and squeeze into tiny parking spaces is a must. The Hyundai i10 fits this brief impeccably, being a capable and chic city car with dinky dimensions and low running costs.
However, if you want to make sure the i10 meets your expectations before you find a Hyundai i10 contract hire deal then keep reading. Our handy guide will direct you through all the i10’s vital dimensions. Plus, as we compare the Hyundai i10 with some of its most popular rivals you get a real-world sense of what it offers.
At 3,665mm long the Hyundai i10 may be half a metre shorter than most Focus-sized family cars. Width wise it measures up at a mere 1,660mm which makes it narrower than the Vauxhall ADAM. However, at 1,500mm high the i10 is marginally taller than both the Fiat 500 and Kia Picanto, which ensures everyone gets plenty of headroom and the cabin feels more spacious.
The Hyundai i10 wheelbase measures 2,385mm.
Given the Hyundai i10’s small exterior dimensions, you could easily fall into the trap of thinking the interior would be cramped. As such most drivers are pleasantly surprised by the space on offer. Up front the driver and passenger benefit from 1,008mm headroom, 1,070mm legroom and 1,306mm shoulder room.
What’s more, the Hyundai i10 is one of the most spacious city cars on the market for rear passengers meaning two adults can travel in the back in comfort. There is 960mm of headroom, 820mm legroom and 1,301mm of shoulder space which is generous for a city car. It is only available as a five-door so is more practical than some of its rivals. In addition, the higher roof height ensures it’s easier to access the rear seats.
There is excellent storage located throughout the cabin of the Hyundai i10. This includes a decent-sized cubby located behind the gearstick, a couple of cup holders and a decent sized glovebox that will fit in the owner’s manual, a small satnav and other bits and bobs.
The 252-litre boot capacity is one of the best in the class being beaten only by the Suzuki Celerio by a mere two-litres. It is substantially bigger than the Fiat 500’s boot and marginally bigger than the Picanto’s. The Hyundai i10 also benefits from 60:40 split rear seats which can be folded forward to increase the load space to 1,046-litres.
The Hyundai i10 has a tight turning circle of just 9.56m. This means it is a doddle to whip around if you find you’ve taken a wrong turn.
The i10 has a 40-litre fuel tank which is pretty standard in the city car class. However, given the i10’s impressive fuel economy it should be possible to do around 500 miles before needing to stop at the fuel station.
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