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Hyundai i10 versus the Peugeot 107

By Geraldine Ashton Green | April 14, 2011

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The Hyundai i10 Hatchback is attractively priced, well equipped and nimble around town.

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The Hyundai i10 Hatchback is attractively priced, well equipped and nimble around town. Apart from the 1.1 special edition ES model the Hyundai i10 is available with a 1.2 litre engine linked to either a five speed manual or four speed automatic gearbox. The Peugeot 107 is an economical city car also well equipped with a 1.0 cylinder petrol engine capable of 62.7 mpg.

The interior of the Hyundai i10 has plenty of room and the majority of materials used are of good quality. All Hyundai’s have air conditioning and the appealing Hyundai five year warranty. The interior of the Peugeot 107 has been upgraded and includes smarter upholstery materials which complement brighter exterior colours in the range. Despite the small dimensions the Peugeot 107 can still fit four adults inside comfortably and without rear passengers the luggage space will increase to 751 litres when the rear seats are folded to increase the space.

The Peugeot 107 is the UK’s best car for keeping its value according to experts at Glass’s Guide. Co2 emissions are only 106/km with the Hyundai i10 at a similar figure. Safety equipment in the Hyundai i10 is also generous for a city car. Front and side airbags are standard as is an advanced anti-lock braking system and the 1.2- litre cars can also be specified with ESP stability control.

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