Hyundai i10 dimensions and sizes guide

For city cars such as the Hyundai i10, size, or lack of it, is an important consideration. You might have a small garage, or regularly need to park in a city centre where space is at a premium. Whatever your reason for buying small, you really need to know just how the small Hyundai measures up before you check it out in the metal.

Here you’ll find all the Hyundai i10′s relevant dimensions to help you decide if it’s the car for you. If you’re taken with its compact size, put the Hyundai i10 in our car configurator to see how much carwow could help you save.

Hyundai i10 exterior dimensions

The Hyundai i10 keeps things simple and is only offered as a five-door car. Despite this, it doesn’t take up much space on the road – an overall length under 3.7 metres means it’s half a metre shorter than most Focus-sized family cars, making it easy to park. It’s narrow too, allowing you to sneak around town without fearing for your door mirrors.

Exterior dimensions
Length 3,665mm
Width (excluding door mirrors) 1,660mm
Height 1,500mm
Wheelbase 2,385mm

Hyundai i10 interior dimensions

Even though the i10 is a very small car, it thrashes much of the competition when it comes to interior space. There’s a fairly large boot and plenty of room for four six-foot adults to enjoy a comfortable ride on long journeys too.

Interior dimensions
Headroom (front/rear) 1,008mm/960mm
Legroom (front/rear) 1,070mm/820mm
Shoulder room (front/rear) 1,306mm/1,301mm

Hyundai i10 boot space

The i10’s boot beats its closest rival, the Volkswagen Up, by one litre. We’re not sure what you’ll do with the Hyundai’s extra one litre of space, but use it wisely! The opening is wide and the boot lip doesn’t make loading heavy objects in too much of a pain.

Boot space
Seats up 252 litres
Seats folded 1,046 litres

Hyundai i10 turning circle and fuel tank capacity

Small cars often have tight turning circles, and the i10 is certainly no exception. Its 40-litre fuel tank might not sound very big but, considering its small petrol engines don’t use much fuel, you’ll get plenty of range before you need to refill.

Turning circle and fuel tank
Turning circle 9.56m
Fuel tank 40 litres

Hyundai i10 weight

Another reason why small is beautiful is because it usually means light which, in turn, usually means economical. Bear in mind that a car full of people and luggage will significantly affect the performance and efficiency of small-engined cars such as the i10.

Weight
Lightest (1.0-litre manual) 933kg
Heaviest (1.2-litre auto) 961kg

What next?

Put the Hyundai i10 in our car configurator to see how much carwow could help you save. Read our full, aggregated Hyundai i10 review, to see what the UK’s motoring press makes of it. We also have a full guide to the i10′s paint options.

Hyundai i10

Practical supermini has five-year warranty and big boot
8.5
£8,995 - £13,045
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