Hyundai Sime-Darby recently launched the Inokom i10, an economical and practical car designed by Korean car maker Hyundai. It claims that the car gives you 20 kms/litre on manual transmission while 17.2 kms/litre when driving on automatic transmission. This sort of fuel economy will surely go well with car buyers at a time when fuel prices are at an all time high.
Priced from RM48,888, the car comes standard with 2 airbags and ABS and is a 1.1litre 4 cylinder engine. Its produces 66.8 bhp/49.1 kW at 5500 rpm and 99.1 Nm of torque at 2800 rpm. Suspensions are default MacPherson struts in the front and a torsion beam axle on the rear and also original 14-inch allow wheels fitted in within 165/60 tyres.
The interior of the car exudes a spacious impression especially with its high ceiling top while a double-DIN type audio system is attached that plays MP3 and portable devices as well. The car comes with a 300,000 or 5 years warranty. Dennis Ho, the Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai-Sime Darby said “One thing which I want to assure customers of is that the quality of the locally-assembled version will be just as good as the CBU,”