Hyundai i10 Oil Type

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Hyundai i10

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You can find 19 different trims for the Hyundai i10 and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2008 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

A city car, the i10 was a car produced by the South Korean car company Hyundai from 2007 onward.

Replacing the Atos, the i10 was first built as a 5-door hatchback and manufactured at the Hyundai Chennai Plant, New Delhi India for both domestic and international markets.

India saw a number of trim levels designed to appeal to a multitude of budgets, these were D-Lite, Era, Magna, Sportz and the Asta. All of these variations had either a 1.1-liter iDREX engine or a 1.2-liter Kappa engine.

Europe only saw 4 model variants, but despite the differences, each car had a sloping roof with a short-cut back end.

Small and perfect for navigating cities, the i10 was also fairly tall to give maximum headroom for larger drivers, perhaps showing that Hyundai expected this vehicle to appeal to both male and female drivers.

Following a facelift in 2010, the Hyundai i10 went on to win ‘Car of the Year’ across a number of review sites and magazines. After great initial popularity, Hyundai started distributing the second generation globally, this time designed by the European team headed up by Thomas Burkle. Burkles first car design for Hyundai was the concept car Genus, and, coming from BMW a few of those design queues were evident in this vehicle.

The new i10 was packed with new and updated features such as curtain side airbags, tire pressure sensors, rear parking alerts, automatic air conditioning and daytime running lights.

A Grand version of the i10 was introduced with a wheelbase exactly 40 mm longer, and the popularity of this vehicle led to the third generation's rebrand of the Grand i10 Nios. By this time, both design and development had moved to Europe, these models had a much lower roof creating a more streamlined aesthetic.