The New Hyundai i10 ES
The New Hyundai i10 ES

The Hyundai i10 already offers exceptional style and value. But now there is an Extra Special with the addition of the ES edition.

These limited editions are based on the entry-level cars in the ranges, but have extra style, more luxury and even more money off for customers wanting to make the most of the scrappage scheme.

The acclaimed Hyundai i10 ES has all the equipment of the Classic model including four air-bags, air-conditioning, central locking and front electric windows. In addition, the ES adds driver's seat height adjustment, remote central locking and colourful inserts on the interior seating, dashboard and door panels. Outside, the Hyundai i10 ES features body-coloured door handles, mirrors and bumper inserts.

The Hyundai i10 ES is powered by a 1.1-litre petrol engine, giving an official average fuel consumption figure of 56.5mpg. An emissions figure of just 119g/km means it sits in VED band B, with £35 a year road tax.

Only 1,000 Hyundai i10 ES editions are available, priced at £7,195. Hyundai will encourage owners to trade into a newer, cleaner and safer Hyundai by matching the government's £1,000 scrappage allowance on eligible trade-ins - making a Hyundai i10 ES available for just £5,195.

The Hyundai i10 ES is available to order now, but it is expected to sell out quickly as the scrappage scheme goes live. Enquiries at Hyundai dealers are up by more than 400% following the chancellor's announcement last month.


Published : 06/05/09 Author : Staff

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