The newly launched Hyundai Elantra 2019 is a Highly advanced Premium Sedan car in India. Its price ranges between 15.89 lakh to 20.39 lakh (Ex-showroom).
Hyundai Elantra 2019 is India’s 1st Bluelink connected Premium Sedan car with 34 new features. The Sporty & Luxurious exterior look has been furnished with Sleek headlamps combined with the expressive hexagonal grille.
A new Unique and robust aerodynamic design accompanied by the dynamic wheel arch design and refined proportions will simulate the driving passion.
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Rear Parking Sensors has been set as a standard feature across all the variants. Electrically controlled smart sunroof and Smart trunk system (opens the trunk within 3 seconds when standing near its perimeter) adds luxury to the car.
The Sedan is fitted with The Nu 2.0l Petrol engine (BS6) is capable of a maximum of 152 ps at 6,200 rpm and 19.6 kgm torque at 4,000 rpm with high fuel efficiency. 6-Speed Manual and Automatic Transmission delivers dynamic performance and unmatched fuel economy.
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The 5 seater sedan is a 1999 cc configuring 4 cylinders with 16 valves. DOHC with Dual VTVT Valvetrain Type engine has a McPherson Strut Front Suspension and Coupled Torsion Beam Axle rear suspension which has the gas type shock absorber.
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Elantra has a 50 ltr. tank capacity. Both the brakes are disc type. The Dimensions of the car are – 4,620 mm length, 1,800 mm width, 1,465 mm height and 2,700 mm wheelbase. Tubeless tyre sizes are specified as 205/60 R16 92H.
Hyundai is known for its safety features. All the variants come with Driver, Passenger, side and curtain Airbags. Hyundai Blue Link has been provided only for the top end models – SX and SX(O) for both Manual as well as automatic versions.
All other standard options are by default present in the new Elantra 2019 model too. Hyundai hopes to boost its sales as the growth rate of the automobile industry is declining quarter by a quarter this year.