Hyundai has built a name for itself for offering strong value for money. While the i10 still offers low pricing, it’s a much more desirable machine than its slightly drab predecessor, with chic exterior lines along with a spacious, high-quality interior. Fuel bills and car tax should prove inexpensive too, thanks to 60.1mpg claimed economy and low CO2 emissions. However, acceleration from the lowly 1.0-litre motor, which offers the cheapest running costs, does leave a little to be desired, needing 14.1 seconds to lumber from a standstill to 62mph. Having said that, it’s a well-balanced car, with the latest models enjoying an impressive amount of equipment and safety kit as standard, including air conditioning. Do take note though, as pre-2020 Hyundai i10s do not come with air con as standard in the entry-level S trim. To de-fog the windscreen, you’ll need to select the S Air trim or above to get your air-conditioning fix. New or used, the Hyundai i10 is a practical and roomy city car that offers a nimble driving experience and low running costs.