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Leaked: 2016 Hyundai Elantra for India specifications and features

18 Aug 2016 / 0

While the launch of the 2016 Hyundai Elantra is only a few days away, the specifications and features list of the car has been leaked on the Internet. The new Elantra will be available with one petrol and one diesel motor across five variants: S, SX, SX AT, SX(O), SX(O) AT. The S is the base variant, followed by the SX and the SX(O) with a few additional features over the SX. These variants will come with a 6-speed manual transmission. The SX AT and the SX (O) AT on the other hand get an automatic transmission.

Hyundai Elantra 2016

 

Also, knowing Hyundai’s penchant to offer a long list of features in its cars, expect the top SX trim of the 2016 Elantra to get the same treatment. The highlights of the features list include LED tail lights, 16-inch alloy wheels, eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, dual-zone climate control and cruise control.

2017 ELANTRA SEDAN

The new 2-litre, Dual VTVT petrol motor in the Elantra will produce 152PS and 190Nm, while the 1.6-litre CRDi diesel motor will produce 128PS and 265Nm between 1,900rpm and 2,700rpm. The car will also feature driving modes (Eco and Sports). The car has a ground clearance of 170mm and boot capacity of 458 litres.

2017 Hyundai Elantra (19)

The new Elantra will compete with the likes of Skoda Octavia, Chevrolet Cruze, Toyota Corolla and the Renault Fluence. Expect Hyundai to price the 2016 Elantra around Rs 15-20 lakh.

Source: The Automotive India



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