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As it turns out, being in your 40s means you carry a lot of misconceptions with you that extend to cars.Jump forward nearly three decades and I was still of the opinion that small cars had no business being manufactured. The same case applied to Hyundai and the Grand i10 . I needn't have been concerned because as it turned out, despite its smallish nature, the Grand i10 is as much a respectable and conventional car as anything else, embracing Hyundai's contemporary fluidic design philosophy that is further prettified with the use of swept-back headlamps, a big hexagonal grille and attractive fog lamps design up front. What's most astonishing about this car's design is that they've managed to put so much work on such a small canvas. What's most astounding about this car is that even on the equipment front it follows Hyundai's policy of stuffing the car with gear to the brim.
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