Hyundai i10 2013

This generation of Hyundai i10 has been produced from January, 2013 to January, 2017. We can provide information about 5 modifications of this generation. The car has been produced only with front wheel drive.

This Hyundai is available with two petrol engines with displacement from 1.0 to 1.2 litres and power of from 66 to 87 horsepower.
The car is available with both manual (3 versions), as well as automatic (2 versions) gearbox.

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Hyundai i10 2013 average fuel consumption in combined cycle for petrol engine is from 4.3 to 6.2 litres per 100km. The most fuel efficient Hyundai i10 2013 petrol engine version is Hyundai i10 1.0, consuming 4.3 litres per 100km.
According to user reviews, Hyundai i10 real-world fuel consumption is on average about approximately for 24 percents higher as the manufacturer's claimed fuel economy. For a more detailed actual fuel economy of each model, select a specific Hyundai i10 modification.

Hyundai i10 2013 CO2 emissions are from 98 to 137 grams per kilometer. Hyundai i10 version with the lowest CO2 emissions is Hyundai i10 1.0, which produces 98 grams of CO2 per one kilometer.

The best acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h - 12.3 seconds has Hyundai i10 1.25 16V version, conversely the tardiest one is Hyundai i10 1.0 reaching this speed only in 16.8 seconds. The maximum top speed is 171 km/h for the 1.2 petrol 4-cylinder 87 hp version (Hyundai i10 1.25 16V).

Lenght of Hyundai i10 is 367 cm, it is small car. Hyundai i10 gross weight is from 1420 to 1470 kg (depending on modification), which is approximately the same as the average for cars of this age and class. Hyundai i10 trunk space is 252 litres, by folding down all rear seats boot capacity can be increased to 1046 litres.

This Hyundai is relatively cheap - it can be purchased (in Latvia) for around 7500 €. Users calculated Hyundai i10 2013 cost of ownership for this generation, got average 2800 € cost per year and 0.23 € cost per one kilometer. Fuel costs were estimated at around 43%, while repair and maintenance costs - around 22% from total. We have an excellent car cost calculator, calculate ownership costs of Hyundai i10 for your situation and driving habits here! Below you will find more detailed information about Hyundai i10 prices and costs.

Hyundai i10 modifications

Modification Engine Power Consumption Gearbox
Hyundai i10 2013 1.0

Most fuel efficient version

1.0 Petrol 66 HP 4.3 l/100km Manual (5)
Hyundai i10 2013 1.0 1.0 Petrol 66 HP 6.0 l/100km Automatic (4)
Hyundai i10 2013 1.0 16V Jan 2013 — Dec 2016 1.0 LPG 67 HP 4.3 l/100km Manual (5)
Hyundai i10 2013 1.25 16V Jan 2013 — Dec 2016

Most dynamic version - 100 km/h in 12.3 seconds

1.2 Petrol 87 HP 4.9 l/100km Manual (5)
Hyundai i10 2013 1.25 16V Jan 2013 — Dec 2016

Most powerfull version (87 HP)

1.2 Petrol 87 HP 6.2 l/100km Automatic (4)
Hyundai i10 service and maintenanceOil change intervals, capacities and specifications, service information for filters, spark plugs, belts etc.

Hyundai i10 safety

During safety testing Hyundai i10 has obtained 4 stars from five, which means good safety level.
Adults (driver and passenger) safety of Hyundai i10 is evaluated with good rate 79 from 100, children safety: good mark - 80 from 100, for pedestrian protection Hyundai i10 got 71 points from 100.
Hyundai i10 safety equipment has been rated as average - 56 percents from 100.

Hyundai i10 prices

Hyundai i10 2013 - 2017 hatchback price in Latvia is from 4700 € to 8500 €.
Comparing to analogical vehicles Hyundai i10 price is very low - Hyundai i10 is approximately for 22 percents cheaper then average hatchbacks of this age (compare hatchbacks 2013 - 2017 prices). The reason of Hyundai i10 low price could be its poor quality (see below) so we recommend particularly examine the car before purchase and do not choose it only by price.

Hyundai i10 2017 price 7500 € 8000 € 8000 €
Hyundai i10 2014 price 4700 € 5500 € 6500 €

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Hyundai i10 reliability and quality

According to yearly reports of vehicle inspection service Hyundai i10 reliability is more below average. In the roadworthiness tests in 2022 defects were detected in an average of 14.1 percent of Hyundai i10 of this generation (on average 7 years old at the time of inspection). The average failure rate for a vehicles of the same age was 11.8%.

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Hyundai i10 2013 features (options)

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Tire pressure control
Adjustable steering wheel
Heated steering wheel
Heated seats
Rain sensor
Climate control
Distance control
Cruise control

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Hyundai i10 reviews

At the moment we dont have reviews about Hyundai i10 manufactured from 2013 to 2017.
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Hyundai i10 2018 Petrol 1.0 litres, Manual gearbox
Purchase year:2018 (new car) Owned for:31`000 kilometers (1 year)
Average fuel consumption: 5.6 litres per 100km (50% urban driving)
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