Hyundai reveals limited-run i10 and i30 ES models
11 May 2009

Hyundai is capitalising on its reputation for value and the imminent introduction of the UK’s scrappage scheme by offering limited-run special editions of both the i10 and i30 hatchbacks.

The Hyundai i10 ES (standing, apparently, for Extra Special) gets the same basic kit as the entry-level 1.1-litre Hyundai i10 Classic, but adds remote central locking, some interior trim tweaks and body-coloured door mirrors and bumpers.

Scrappage scheme to begin Monday 18 May

The Hyundai i10 ES is priced at £7195, but those able to take advantage of the scrappage scheme, which begins next Monday, will get a further £1000 discount on top of the scrappage grant, taking the price of the Hyundai i10 ES to just £5195.

The Hyundai i30 ES adds climate control, reversing sensors and 16-inch alloys to the specification of the 1.4-litre Comfort model. The i30 ES costs £11,795, but Hyundai will add £1500 to the government’s £1000 scrappage discount, bringing the cost down to £8,295.

Just 1000 Hyundai i10 ES models will be made, along with 500 examples of the i30 ES.

Matt Rigby

Join the debate

Comments
1

4 April 2014
I prefer to
Lexus IS 250C

________________________

ts converter

Add your comment

Log in or register to post comments

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week

  • Lexus LC500
    Car review
    20 October 2017
    Futuristic Lexus LC coupé mixes the latest technology with an old-school atmospheric V8
  • Maserati Levante S GranSport
    First Drive
    20 October 2017
    Get ready to trade in your diesels: Maserati’s luxury SUV finally gets the engine it’s always needed
  • Jaguar XF Sportbrake TDV6
    First Drive
    19 October 2017
    The handsome Jaguar XF Sportbrake exhibits all the hallmarks that makes the saloon great, and with the silky smooth diesel V6 makes it a compelling choice
  • Volkswagen T-Roc TDI
    First Drive
    19 October 2017
    Volkswagen's new compact crossover has the looks, the engineering and the build quality to be a resounding success, but not with this diesel engine
  • BMW M550i
    First Drive
    19 October 2017
    The all-paw M550i is a fast, effortless mile-muncher, but there's a reason why it won't be sold in the UK