What’s so special about the Hyundai i20?
If you’re considering an i20 then you may be a practical person. The i20’s nearest rivals are the likes of the Ford Fiesta, the Skoda Fabia and VW Polo but unlike all those other cars, the i20 comes with Hyundai’s five year unlimited mileage warranty which should stave off any maintenance worries.
The i20 is also made for the real world, despite being classed as a ‘supermini’ it’s actually got lots of space. You can fit three people in the back quite comfortably without too much risk of awkward knee touching. The high roof and wide opening doors also means its practical for family life and struggling with child car seats is a thing of the past with the i20.
The boot is also generous and can hold a whopping 326 litres compared to the rather meagre 280 of the VW Polo in comparison. But the space doesn’t end there, rear passenger door bins are big enough to hold a 750 ml bottle no less – great for hydration but perhaps map out frequent loo stops before you set off.
Up front and there are two decent sized cup holders and the glovebox is big enough to store your lunch. And because the i20 is oh so practical, on the SE model and above you can even chill the glovebox so it’s bye-bye to warm, soggy sandwiches.