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Hyundai’s i10 gets a mid-life lift

2011-02-03 12:11

Hyundai is busying itself updating its compact and cute i10 city car with a range of design upgrades and a few new engines, too.

Compared with the current i10, the revised car has new interior and exterior styling that aligns it more closely with its larger siblings.

New Euro 5 compliant “Kappa” engines, including a new one-litre and a revised 1.2-litre, are featured in the range, too.

These engines will also be seen in cousin Kia Picanto which will arrive in South Africa in June 2011.

The revised range gets a number of trim upgrades, too and new standard options including iPod connectivity, four crash bags, power  windows and central locking.

Hyundai SA has confirmed 1.0- and 1.2-litre versions of the facelifted i10 will be available in South Africa from early May, 2011.

Comments
  • RB - 2011-02-03 15:50

    Now it looks seriously UGLY!!!

  • phillip.havenga - 2011-02-03 21:15

    Wait isn't this a rebadged apple?

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