There are in total 3 different variants of the Inokom i10, and this growing market will be one which you will find to be hard to choose if you are looking for a compact car. To begin with, of course there are the Peroduas which include the Myvi and the Viva and then Kia with their Picanto which lately became Naza Suria, and then the others like Proton Savvy and the Chevrolet Aveo all of which makes it all the much harder to decide.

The i10 is powered through its Epsilon 1.1 liter SOHC engine which gives you 66 horsepowers and a bit more than 99Nm of torque maximum. This engine is fitted into all 3 variants where the entry level is the 5 speed manual transmission gearbox which costs RM43,888. The better selling model is the automatic transmission variant which is sold or another RM3,000 more and if you are looking for a nicer and sportier looking car, then you can opt for the RM53,888 version which is also known as the Inspire model.

If you haven’t already know, the Hyundai version of this car is also known as the i10 which is its equivalent in other countries. If compared to the Myvi 1.0 model, then this car is definitely more powerful but the 1.3 Myvi will definitely be superior.

One very nice thing about this car if compared to other compact cars is that this car looks very nice. It is a pretty car really and when the lights at the front and rear of the car illuminates, it looks better. Moreover, the car is surprisingly quite spacious, considering it is a compact car. The Hyundai version of this car is known to be the Best Fuel Efficiency car which means that the Inokom version would be too.

There are quite some accessories which comes with this car which includes an RDS CD player with MP3 capability and Auxilary input, a coat hook, automatic windows and door mirrors. If you are considering a compact car, consider this. This is one pretty car for city driving for sure.