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Hyundai Introduces New i10 in India

Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMI) launched the A-class i10 in New Delhi, India. This is Hyundai’s first world debut in the country, which will serve as the sole production and export hub for the car.

The Hyundai i10.

The i10 is powered by a 1.1-liter, iRDE petrol engine and the unit develops 66 hp (49 kW) of maximum power at 5500 rpm and peak torque of 99 Nm (73 lb-ft) at 2800 rpm.

The launch of the i10 symbolizes a further expansion of operations for HMI in the country where it has a market share of more than 18% and which is poised to grow to 20% in the next calendar year.



Shame this could not come to Australia. We have the i30 of course, but this would make a nice addition to compete with the upcoming Micra from Nissan amonst others.

A good compact small car for a family with very little parking and riding space in a city like Bangalore, need pictures of interiors,rear and other photos if any
What about the mileage and if there is a diesel version in the pipeline let me know

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