What does less than £200 a month get you these days? How about a five-door supermini that’s easy to drive, at home on the motorway, and spacious? The new Hyundai IX20 Hatchback might be a small supermini, but it aims to be as useful as pocket-sized MPV. It’s practical, versatile and offers lots of interior space. Its 440-litre boot is one of the biggest in this class, too, and defines the car’s size. If you want the cuteness, affordability and hassle-free driving experience of a supermini but want to get more use out of it, this one is well worth a test drive. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Hyundai IX20 Hatchback review.
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