I know there's an i20N coming but I wasn't aware they were doing an i10N as well. It would be great if they were.There will not be a lot of choice for a small car then. What is still in production? The Fiat Panda and 500. Kia Piccanto, Hyundai i10. Toyota Aygo.
We will have to buy the larger size instead. Polo, Corsa, Mini, Fiesta.
Hyundai has updated the i10 with the N model and Fiat has updated the 500 so at least some firms are happy to sell small cars.
I think i will be keeping my UP GTI for a long time.
Liked the i30N, not so sure about the i10 version 2020 Hyundai i10 N-Line: warm supermini priced from £16,195 | AutocarI know there's an i20N coming but I wasn't aware they were doing an i10N as well. It would be great if they were.
That's an N-Line model rather than a proper N variant. N-Line is just a trim level, the same as VW's R-Line or Mercedes' AMG-Line.Liked the i30N, not so sure about the i10 version 2020 Hyundai i10 N-Line: warm supermini priced from £16,195 | Autocar
Ah, sorry. I stand corrected. It’s an r-line type thing they’ve got going on there.
As mentioned above, there is no i10N (at least, not yet). The N-Line is just a trim level for the standard i10.Yes the i10 N is out. I think they tried to copy the UP GTI,but the car is a lot slower.It does have all the toys though. I spotted a Jimny in Blackpool. 20 reg.It looked good in Yellow,
While just over 2800 little GTI chariots were registered in the UK at the end of quarter 1 this year, I wonder what that'll increase to by the end of the year?Yes though still likely a rare-ish car overall once that evens out. Wonder how many ended up coming into the UK? 4000?
Thanks Lightening.Yes it is, although some VW vehicles have the lower output 95ps version
l test drove a T-Roc 1.0 115ps and it was great fun to drive, obviously not quite as fast as the Up GTi as it's a larger car but it was very good.
Reviews say it's the best engine for the T-Roc unless you want the R version at nearly twice the price.