Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Hyundai Elantra models and price

Hyundai Elantra is the next hot and new car launch in India which has already got the award of the North American Car of the Year. Now the new Hyundai Elantra will make its official foray into the Indian automobile mania to drive past many of popular rivals. Hyundai Elantra launch in India will happen on 13th August 2012 and will be offered in two models petrol and diesel. The Hyundai Elantra price will be announced during the launching occasion.

Hyundai ElantraAhead of launch Hyundai Motors India has displayed the Hyundai Elantra India at its official web page. With it, the company is receiving pre-launch bookings for the beast at surprising amount. The new Hyundai Elantra models are expected just like the popular mid-size sedan, Hyundai Verna for both petrol and diesel versions. But the Hyundai Elantra features and specs will become fully premium will be giving it a luxury touch.

Hyundai Elantra Steering WheelIn terms of price, features and performance, Hyundai Elantra, in Indian automobile market is speculated to give stiff competition to the Renault Fluence, Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla Altis, Chevrolet Cruze, Skoda Laura etc. same segment sedans. The displayed Hyundai Elantra pictures look very stunning and eye-catchy. The India launching Hyundai Elantra is manufactures on the base of Hyundai most popular "Fluidic" design platform.

Hyundai Elantra Front SeatsThe petrol avatar of the new Hyundai sedan car is packed with a 1.8L Petrol engine which has top power of 150PS and massive torque of 181Nm. However, the diesel version is loaded with fuel efficient 1.6L CRDi Diesel powerplant that churns out top power of 128PS together with peak torque of 265Nm. All the variants of the Hyundai Elantra petrol are expected to be offered between Rs. 12 lakh to Rs. 14 lakh while the diesel model would offer all the variants between Rs. 14 lakh to Rs. 16 lakh according latest written Hyundai Elantra reviews.

4 comments:

  1. price of diesel should be less than 15 lacs. price will play major sucess role of car

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    1. Yes exactly correct richi, specially in india it does matter of concern to purchase any cars

      See more new car reviews here : Latest Auto News India

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  2. HYUNDAI CARS ARE BASICALLY OF POOR QUALITY. MINE IS I10.WITHIN A MONTH THE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT GOT BURNT. THE HORN DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. THE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR DID NOT WORK AND IT HAS TO RECTIFIED AFTER LOT OF ARGUMENTS WITH DEALER. NOW THERE IS RATTLING BEHIND. THE DEALER IS NOT ABLE TO RECTIFY AFTER 3 VISITS. ONCE "IT WAS A STONE IN THE BOOT". THE NEXT TIME IT WAS "THE MUFFLER". THE THIRD TIME IT WAS "A LOOSE TOWING HOOK" BUT STILL THE RATTLE IS THERE AS IF SOMETHING IS GOING TO GIVE WAY AND FALL DOWN. CAN HYUNDAI SEND AND EXPERT TO RECTIFY THIS? I DONT LIKE THIS CAR WITH SO MANY PROBLEMS, SO HOW IS HUNDAI GOING TO COMPENSATE FOR THIS? PROBABLY THEY WILL FORWARD THIS COMPLAINT TO THE DEALER WHO CAN'T DO ANYTHING!

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  3. Look and Style Great look

    Comfort Very Comfortable

    Pickup Pickup is good before 80-90 km/hr

    Mileage 17=18 km/lt even before first service after service and odometer reading 5000 it goes up 20+

    Best Features Its stability, mileage, looks, light steering, good suspension

    Needs to improve Position of horn, difficulty in getting extra electrical accessory fitted, lack of company fitted GPS navigation

    Overall Experience
    This is almost a new entry sedan in this category with Corolla Altis, Laura, Jetta etc. its main competitors. It has excelled all of them in its looks, mileage and comfort. Its ride is excellent. Its greatest feature is its performance with greater stability. Even at sharp corner and high speeds this car has almost no rollover effect. Its driving seat has 10 way adjustable motions and can be adjusted in the most suitable position suiting your requirements. The direct effect of such an adjustment is that the driver has no tiredness even after a long drive in adverse conditions.
    Passengers on the back seats are very comfortable; they have enough leg room and head space. With only two passengers on back seat they have a luxurious feel. However the fifth passenger makes the space a bit congested. Rear vent of AC adds to the comfort which everyone feels at heart.
    While driving, the driver always feels his fingers overstretched in an attempt to keep in contact with steering and the horn simultaneously. Only one point is given as phone charger point in the front console (with one in the rear seat). While using an additional accessory, which needs continuous supply of charge e.g. a navigation device, this lack of an additional charge point is pinching. In new versions Hyundai should pay attention to it.
    One more is the under sized cup-holders given in the door pockets. These cup-holders are smaller in diameter than that of the water bottles available in market. Sometimes these are hence useless. Another weak point of this car is single Trip meter given in India.



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