The city car is the fastest growing car buying market and it’s easy to understand why with cars like the Hyundai i10…
The i10 is an excellent car. So a VW Up! might be ever so slightly more fun to drive. And a Fiat 500 might be a teeny bit cuter. But, taking everything into account, this one’s hard to beat. Parkable, practical, functional, likable, cheap to buy and run, it’s a city car that’s not scared toventure out of the city, way out into the wilds of Bedfordshire. (Inthe distance, a lion roars.)
Price From £9,295, Top speed 96mph, Acceleration 0-60mph in 14.9 seconds, Combined fuel consumption 60.1mpg, C02 emissions 108g/km, Green rating 8/10, Cool rating 7/10
Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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