Prices for the Hyundai i10 are lower than a crooked politician's morals. In fact, the entry- level Classic trim could take you to Parliament from only £8,345. This has: air-conditioning, power steering, electric front windows, and MP3 connectivity for plaything classic political speeches. The mid-spec Active - which costs £8,945 in five-speed manual guise and £9,745 as a four-speed automatic - also has: alloy wheels, power mirrors, and electric rear windows. Very nice too. That brings us to the top-end Style which shares its siblings strengths/manifesto - but also has an electric sunroof. This urban run-around costs £9,495.The new Hyundai i10 has a 1.2-litre 85bhp four-cylinder petrol engine. This averages a pleasing 61.4mpg when politically linked to manual transmission, and 51.4mpg in automatic guise. There is, however, a super-efficient 68bhp 'Blue' trim too. This averages 67.3mpg, has lower carbon emissions, and costs £9,345. Its equipment specification is comparable to the Classic. Furthermore, the i10 has a class-competitive 225-litre boot, and cargo capacity can be increased to 910-litres by folding the rear seats flat. The i10 also has a fairly comfortable ride, excellent visibility, and composed handling. As such, piloting this political hero through the small streets of Westminster feels effortless. So, i10 for PM?