Hyundai Introduces New i10 Blue to UK
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The Hyundai i10 Blue will go on sale across UK in March, powered by a new engine. The 1.0-liter Kappa unit found under the bonnet replaces the old 1.1-liter Epsilon mill. “This cutting-edge three-cylinder engine achieves a remarkable 67.3mpg combined: the sort of cheap-to-run credentials that will resonate with customers as the cost of motoring continues to rise,” states the official press release.
Thanks to its Euro 5 compliant engine, the i10 Blue emits an impressively low emissions level of 99g/km CO2, so
The existing 1.25-liter engine also comes with significant improvements, as it now packs 33 percent more power, with a total output of 85 hp, while emissions and consumption have decreased by 9.2 percent and 8.7 percent respectively, to 108 grams per kilometer and 61.4 mpg UK.
There are currently four trim levels (Blue, Classic, Active and Style) for the i10, with all the usual features, like air conditioning and the addition of an iPod plug-in, being fitted as standard. The equipment list also boasts four airbags, a six-speaker stereo, electric windows and central locking all as standard on all models. Prices start at £8,195 for the entry-level Classic model.
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