Hyundai i10 vs Fiat Panda - specifications

Hyundai i10 vs Fiat Panda - specifications

 Hyundai i10 1.1 ComfortFiat Panda 1.2 Dynamic
On the road price/total as tested£7,095/£7,095£7595/£8,345
Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)N/A£4,861/36 per cent
Running costs/contract hireN/A29.0ppm/£165
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£234/£425£251/£456
Annual fuel cost (12/20,000 miles)£1,197/£1,994£1,351/£2,252
Ins grp/quote/road tax band/cost2/TBA/B/£352/£204/C/£115
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service£160/£280/£180 (for Amica)£159/£305/£308
   
Length/wheelbase3,565/2,380mm3,538/2,299mm
Height/width1,540/1,595mm1,540/1,578mm
Engine4cyl in-line/1,086cc4cyl in-line/1,242cc
Peak power65/5,500 bhp/rpm60/5,000 bhp/rpm
Peak torque102/2,800 Nm/rpm102/2,500 Nm/rpm
Transmission5 spd, man/fwd5spd, man/fwd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel35 litres/space saver35 litres/space saver
Boot capacity (seats up/down)225/910 litres206/860 litres
Kerbweight/payload1,008/397kg860/445kg
Turning circle/drag coefficientN/A/0.32Cd9.1 metres/0.33Cd
Basic warranty (miles)/recovery5 yrs (unltd)/3 yrs Hyundai3yrs (60,000)/1yr AA
Service intervals/UK dealers12,000 miles (1st 10,000 miles)/15612,000 miles/160
Driver Power position (car/dealers)N/A/741/31
Euro NCAP adult/child/pedest/totalN/A3/2/1/47
   
0-60/30-70mph13.3/15.2 secs14.6/17.0 secs
30-50mph in 3rd/4th6.5/10.2 secs7.7/10.7 secs
50-70mph in 5th18.4 secs22.8 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph95mph/3,500rpm96mph/3,100rpm
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph53.2/35.6/9.6 metres56.1/38.9/9.8 metres
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph64/41/62/71dB62/43/63/73dB
Auto Express economy/range48.1mpg/370 miles42.6mpg/328 miles
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined46.3/64.2/56.5mpg39.8/58.9/50.4mpg
Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket136/119g/km/15%153/133g/km/15%
   
Airbags/Isofix/parking/rain sensorsFour/yes/no/noTwo/yes/£200/no
Air-con/metallic paint/alloy wheelsYes/£325/yes£600/£375/£375
Electric sunroof/windows/mirrorsNo/yes/yesNo/yes (front only)/no
Auto box/stability/cruise control£800/no/no£700/£420/no
Split fold rear seat/MP3/BluetoothYes/yes/no£100/yes/£250
 

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