Hyundai i20 review
A strong supermini, the Hyundai i20 is packed with space and a sharp interior, but what else does the car offer? Read our review to find out…
Rivalled by the likes of the Seat Ibiza and Ford Fiesta, what would make you choose a Hyundai i20 over its competitors? The first factor is how easy it is to drive. If you’re manoeuvring around town or looking for a car that will glide into a parking bay with the grace of a figure-skater, you’ll find ease and comfort in the i20.
Infotainment within easy reach and a logical layout makes it easy to navigate with no confusion. The graphics are sharp, and the display is clear which can often be a surprise in a supermini. The interior is comfy, and the driving position is simple to adjust to find your ideal seat. Quality materials fill the interior which makes the Hyundai i20 feel more luxurious and expensive than it actually is.
One of the roomiest superminis on the market, with leg and head room aplenty. Wider than most rivals, there’s plenty of room for passengers in the back and wide-opening doors make for easy access to the rear of the car.
A broad boot that is well-shaped can handle a buggy easily which is more than can be said for some of its rivals. The rear seats have a 60:40 split and are easily foldable to extend the boot space further should you need to.
All in all, if you’re looking for a supermini that is packed with tech and space but won’t leave a hole in your pocket, the Hyundai i20 would be a great choice. If you’re looking for a used Hyundai i20 in Birmingham, visit Smallbone and Son or view our current stock online. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have or to arrange a test drive.