1,992 used Hyundai i10 have been price checked

1,992 used Hyundai i10 have been price checked

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Hyundai i10 is one of the best selling electric mini car

Are you thinking of buying a used mini car? Then the South korean Hyundai i10 is a good option. In total, there are 2,837 used Hyundai i10 for sale on AutoUncle in the UK, gathered from online marketplaces and various dealership websites, providing you with nearly a total overview of all pre-owned Hyundai i10 for sale in the UK.

What is the price of a pre-owned Hyundai i10

There are four primary parameters that affect what a pre-owned Hyundai i10 might cost: what year the car is from, fuel economy of the car, number of miles and equipment variant.

A used Hyundai i10 costs between £1,795 for the cheapest variant and £14,566 for the latest and most well-equipped model on AutoUncle.

Equipment variants for Hyundai i10

The latest generation of the Hyundai i10, named I10 2ND GEN, was introduced in 2014 and comes in the following equipment variants:

In order to find the best sale price, it is essential only comparing the offers of cars with the same engine and trim level. If not, you could end up reaching a wrong conclusion on which car to buy.

As a guide, the most expensive equipment variant, named Premium (Avg. price £9,535), is 33% more expensive than the cheapest variant, GO! (Avg. price £8,828), so you can save an average of £707 by choosing the cheapest variant. Typically, the depreciation is worse for the expensive equipment variant when buying a new Hyundai i10, as dealerships don't value equipment at the same level when reselling the car.

The Hyundai i10 offers outstanding fuel efficiency

An average mini car in the UK drives 39 miles per gallon, but the latest generation of the Hyundai i10 outdoes the average and drives an average of 58 miles on one gallon of petrol.

Hyundai i10 is available in two different fuel types

Number of Hyundai i10 available on AutoUncle by fuel type:

White is the most popular choice of colour

Consumers prefer the Hyundai i10 in white and right now, you can find 562 cars in that colour.

White is the bestselling colour, but beware that it has some disadvantages. For one, white cars have a tendency to attract dirt, which means that you need to wash them regularly to keep them looking their best.

The current Hyundai i10 is available in 10 different colours, which is white, blue, red, grey, silver, black, orange, turquoise, brown and green.

The Hyundai i10 only comes in the hatchback body type

Hatchbacks are excellent compact cars that combine great driving with the flexibility of ample space. They are very popular with people living in cities, as they are typically fuel efficient and easy to park.

Competing cars for the South korean Hyundai i10

The Hyundai i10 is a mildly popular car within its segment and among the most popular alternatives to the Hyundai i10 you will find the following cars.

Popular alternatives to the Hyundai i10

  • Fiat 500
  • Toyota Aygo
  • Citroën C1
  • Kia Picanto

The bestselling mini car and top competitor to the Hyundai i10 is the Fiat 500. It has an average sales price of £ 7,995 and right now you can find 8,746 of this car for sale on AutoUncle.

The Toyota Aygo is the also a top-selling car within the segment and you will find 5,988 cars for sale, and the Citroën C1 is the third most popular car in the segment and thus also a good alternative. There are currently 3,290 of this car for sale in the UK.

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Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

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The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

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