Hyundai i10 Car Leasing & Contract Hire Deals UK - 10 found

 
HYUNDAI I10 HATCHBACK 1.0 S 5dr
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.0 S 5dr
Business£105.10per month ex. VAT
Personal£126.12per month inc. VAT
 
HYUNDAI I10 HATCHBACK 1.0 SE 5dr
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.0 Se 5dr
Business£118.38per month ex. VAT
Personal£154.20per month inc. VAT
 
HYUNDAI I10 HATCHBACK 1.2 SE 5dr
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Se 5dr
Business£123.96per month ex. VAT
Personal£160.82per month inc. VAT
 
HYUNDAI I10 HATCHBACK 1.0 Premium 5dr
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.0 Premium 5dr
Business£127.21per month ex. VAT
Personal£152.65per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Se 5dr Auto
Business£129.88per month ex. VAT
Personal£170.21per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.0 Blue Drive Se [4 Seat] 5dr
Business£130.30per month ex. VAT
Personal£156.36per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Premium 5dr
Business£134.96per month ex. VAT
Personal£171.87per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Premium 5dr Auto
Business£139.73per month ex. VAT
Personal£182.24per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Premium Se 5dr
Business£140.66per month ex. VAT
Personal£182.07per month inc. VAT
 
Hyundai I10 Hatchback1.2 Premium Se 5dr Auto
Business£146.29per month ex. VAT
Personal£189.73per month inc. VAT

More about Hyundai I10 Hatchback leasing:

The all new Hyundai i10 is a modern stylish city-car that was produced in 2007 and due to its popular demand received a stylish facelift in 2013 and the second generation was released. Coming with 5 doors and either a 1l or 1.2l engine this is the perfect family car!

Key Hyundai i10 Points

Since the second generation was released the Hyundai i10 has had some stiff competition with the Citroen C1, VW Up, Suzuki Alto and the Nissan Micra but has blown its contenders out of the water by receiving multiple positive reviews due to its low price and fantastic value for money! Coming with either a 1 or a 1.2l engine it will ensure you get the best value for money when putting fuel in and you will see yourself getting around 50mpg! Coming with more interior space due to the length and wheelbase increasing and more room in the boot, you will never run out of room!

Why Lease a Hyundai i10

Leasing a Hyundai i10 is the right choice for you if you are looking for a great value for money car lease that comes with many premium features. It comes as standard with a chrome-lined grill, integrated clear lens fog lamps, pulled back headlights and many more! The brand new ergonomic design has been put in place to accommodate those drivers who are slightly taller to increase head and shoulder room and knee space to make your drive as comfortable as it can be! This is a great car to lease due to its compact size making it ideal for city drivers, as well as being ideal for city driving it is brilliant at shutting out the wind and road noise so makes an enjoyable drive if you are driving a long distance. An all-round perfect car with a low lease price tag to match!

Five reasons to lease a Hyundai i10

  1. Perfect family car 
  2. Ideal for City driving 
  3. Recently undergone a facelift 
  4. Fantastic value for money 
  5. Quiet engine noise and shuts out wind and road noise 

Conclusion

Overall, the Hyundai i10 offers you a high standard car for great value when taking out a leasing deal. With its new facelift and stylish looks, it will definitely attract some attention! There’s no wonder its beating all its competition with its outstanding reviews! Why not take a look at the Hyundai i10 leasing hub to find out more with some videos, pictures and an in-depth review. 

Related Vehicles

If our Hyundai i10 deals didn't quite cut the mustard then why not check out the Citroen C1, Volkswagen Up!, Skoda Citigo, SEAT Mii, Kia Picanto, the Fiat 500? Alternatively, why not take a look at our special offers.

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