Hyundai’s city car is streets ahead
The i10 is already a favourite for those who favour the smallest models, and its new version won’t disappoint
Irish people don’t buy city cars in big numbers. That‘s partly because we only have a handful of cities, and those we do have are too small and congested to lead the citizens to use a small car as their primary mode of transport.
Urban dwellers who do have a car are likely to need something to carry their kids in or something to “head home“ (likely to a rural area)...
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