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India's largest auto exporter and second largest auto manufacturer, Hyundai Motor Co. plans to launch Hyundai Avante in the Indian market very soon. Hyundai Avante is the fourth generation sedan model of D segment that will replace its discontinued model Hyundai Elantra. Hyundai Avante offers an excellent choice for drivers who need a stylish economic compact car with a handsome body.
Initially, the Hyundai Avante might be equipped with a 1.6 litre Gamma petrol engine and a diesel engine variant may follow. The 1.6 litre, DOHC, VVT, 4 cylinder, petrol engine is believed to pump out a top power of 118 bhp at 6200 rpm and churn out a peak torque of 156 Nm at 4200 rpm. The diesel variant of the car is reported to be loaded with a 1582cc, CRDi power-train that belts out a max power of 115 bhp at 4000 rpm and generates maximum torque of 260 nm at 1900 rpm. Both the mills are to be mated with 6 speed automatic gearbox. For better fuel economy, the petrol engine is reported to have intelligent Gasoline Direct Injection technology (GDI). This technology will ensure around 10 per cent increase in the fuel efficiency as compared to its peers.
Hyundai Avante offers a smooth riding and responsive handling with standard safety features like ABS (Anti Lock Brakes) on all wheels with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution). In Hyundai Avante has been incorporated with ample airbags including dual front airbag, side-impact and side-curtain airbags with active head restraints in the front.
Hyundai Avante is a more spacious sedan as compared its predecessor, the current generation Hyundai Avante can seat up to five passengers and has storage compartments galore. Hyundai Avante will be a good choice for the people looking for a small sedan that suits a tight budget. Hyundai Avante beats most of the sedans in its segment in terms of safety with standard front side airbags, curtain side airbags, and ABS with EBD.
Hyundai Avante, a much awaited model in the Indian market - might be powered by a 1.6 litre, Gamma, DOHC, VVT, 4 cylinder, engine that produces a top power of 118 bhp at 6200 rpm and outputs a high torque of 156 Nm at 4200 rpm. The engine incorporates Intelligent Direct Injection technology that ensures 10 per cent more fuel efficiency than its counterparts.
The diesel engine of the Hyundai Avante will have a configuration of 1582cc displacement, CRDi type engine that will generate a top power of 115 bhp at 4,000 rpm and develop a peak torque of 260 Nm at 1900 rpm. Both the engines are speculated to be mated with 6 speed automatic gearbox for easy shifting of gears.
The upcoming sedan of Hyundai, Hyundai Avante possesses stunning exterior looks attributed to its newly designed front view and attracted rear side. The car has a chrome finished grille which has centrally positioned company logo, the lower side air intake slot comes with three glittering horizontal bars; the overall design of the nose of the car is awesome and stuns everyone with its 3 D design. The HID Xenon Headlamps reflect human-eye shape exactly that can be noticed from a pretty good distance. The fog lamp design also gives uniformity to the overall front appearance. Hyundai Avante also has a wide front wind screen that comes with front intermittent wipers. As the recent trend in the market, the rear view mirrors, door handles are wrapped in body colour: the ORVMs have integrated turn indicators.
The rear view of the upcoming Hyundai Avante looks same as the other sedans that are compact, but the LED Tail lamp design renders the distinction. The tail lamp cluster comes across the trunk gate. The rear side has got twin brake lights as well that fills the void in the lower portion of the Hyundai Avante.
The Hyundai Avante is a sedan body type car that looks stunning when compared to others in its class. The overall length of the car is 4505mm, width is 1775mm and height is 1490mm.
The interior appearance of the Hyundai Avante casts a spell. The company has only unveiled the dashboard side picture of the latest Hyundai Avante. The dashboard design looks same as the Hyundai Sonata but with some difference. Hyundai Avante dashboard has two big shape pods with bright illumination at its instrument panel. Chrome strips at several components are easily visible and give it a sporty look. The power steering wheel has four spoke and mounted controls. Multi-information TFT LCD screen is there for the comfort of the driver. The rear seats are heated. The company has not disclosed other information about the cabin of the car, stay tuned to know more about the interiors.
The Hyundai Avante is to come to India with a lot of comfort features for the driver and the passengers. The steering wheel of the car is adjustable and comes with control buttons, it also comes with power windows, tinted glass, rear defogger, electric driver seat adjustments, remote fuel filler, remote boot, remote central locking and AC with climate control.
The Hyundai Avante is sedan that can accommodate five passengers at a time, including the driver. The exact information regarding the space for leg, shoulder, hip and headroom is not available with us. The section will be updated as soon as the company reveals it.
The Hyundai Avante ensures agile acceleration and performance with its powerful engine and 6 speed automatic transmissions that is regarded as more powerful than a manual coupled powertrain. Moreover, the petrol engine is configured with 1591cc, Gamma, DOHC, VVT, direct injection engine that offers 118 bhp at 6200 rpm and develops the highest torque of 156 Nm at 4200 rpm. The diesel variant, on the other hand is anticipated to be loaded with a 1582cc, CRDi engine that might churn out a max power of 115 bhp at 4000 rpm and belt out a top torque of 260 Nm at 1900 rpm.
The replacement of Hyundai Elantra - Hyundai Avante- is reported to be launched in India with two type of powertrains. First one is a 1.6 litre, 1591cc, Gamma, DOHC, VVT, 4 cylinder, petrol engine, the engine is capable enough to generate a top power of 118 bhp at 6200 rpm and develops a peak torque of 156 Nm at 4200 rpm. The other engine which has a displacement of 1582cc is powered by a CDRi type is more powerful than its petrol variant; it belts out a max power output of 115 bhp at 4,000 rpm and lays out the highest torque of 260 NM at 1900 rpm. The engine is coupled with a six speed automatic transmission for better power delivery; these type of gearboxes are better suited for city riding where the driver needs to change gears again and again.
The engine is powered by intelligent Gasoline Direct Injection technology (GDI) along with Variable Valve Timing that ensures 10 per cent increase in fuel efficiency and engine power. It also helps to reduce emission level. The fuel supply system is MPFI that support the mileage by taking active part in engine operation.
The yet-to-be-launched offering from the Hyundai stable, Hyundai Avante model range is equipped with a 1591cc engine capacity, Gamma, DOHC, VVT, direct fuel injection, 4 cylinder engine is expected to lay out a max power of 118 bhp at 6200 rpm and delivers a peak torque of 156 Nm at 4200 rpm. The engine is coupled with 6 speed automatic gearbox, the same gearbox is used in the diesel variant of the model. This diesel variant of Hyundai Avante might have a 1582cc engine displacement with CRDi. The engine output would be 115 bhp at 4,000 rpm and 260 Nm at 1900 rpm, power and torque values respectively.
The India bound Hyundai Avante is believed to be dressed with most of the common and a few advanced systems including audio system, AC etc. The sedan might have an MP3 CD player which is sure to be integrated in dashboard. Along with this multimedia feature, the car may sport AC with climate control.
The yet-to-be-launched Hyundai Avante is supposed to be fitted with advanced braking system that will result in easy handling. The front brake would be disc type while the rear brake might be drum type. The braking system would be equipped with ABS, EBD and ESP that will not only assist the driver to control the car but also ensure overall safety of the passengers. Hyundai Avante would be loaded with McPherson Strut type suspension system that promises great comfort even on bad roads.
Hyundai is one of those car makers who never compromise on safety and this time too it is no mood to leave anything for the critics. The upcoming Hyundai Avante is equipped with 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, ESP, fog lamps, parking sensor and rear seat belts as well. Here we would like to mention that due to competitive pricing, the car may be launched with less safety features.
Better handling will be ensured through disc brakes, ABS, EBD, ESP, higher ground clearance, fine turning radius and silky smooth 6 speed automatic gears.
The upcoming Hyundai Avante looks stunning with its eye-catching exterior design, the car is anticipated to have 15 inch wheels but the exact detail is still awaited. Alloy wheels are also fitted as per the segment standard.
Hyundai's much anticipated sedan Avante was recenlty spotted by one of our close sources during the test rounds in New Delhi. So, its basically one of the new cars by Hyundai which will sit a notch above Hyundai Verna in the D-segment of the car market. The new Hyundai Avante will be a potential threat to the existing competition in the segment comprising of Chevrolet Cruze, Toyota Corolla and Skoda Laura.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd, the country’s second largest car manufacturer and the largest passenger car exporter continued to grow with domestic sales growing at 1% for the month of March, 2011. HMIL’s total sales for March, 2011 stood at 55,552 units as against 55,027 units in March, 2010 registering a growth of 1%. The domestic sales accounted for 31,822 units as against 31,501 units in March, 2010 while the exports grew by 0.9% from 23,526 units in March, 2010 to 23,730 units in March, 2011.
Hyundai Verna RB the executive sedan will be unveiled in April 2011 by Hyundai India for the domestic auto market. Well if this news sounds good, the other news can blow your mind. Possibly, the long await for Hyundai Avante (Hyundai Elantra) is expected to finally land on Indian shores once the company introduces Hyundai Verna RB.