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The Hyundai i10, which comes with three or five doors, is spacious for a city car. There are three seats in the back all with three-point seat belts and the boot has a class leading 252 litres of capacity and a staggering 1,046 litres of storage with the back seats folded down. Large is of course a relative term here. This is still a small car and when teamed with either of the small petrol engines, the i10 returns solid fuel economy. The extra efficient Blue Drive model returns economy figures of 65.7mpg and CO2 emissions below 100g/km for tax-free motoring.