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Elantra 1 6l

Elantra 1 6l

Elantra 1 6l the brand-new Hyundai Elantra 1.6L was introduced today by Hyundai Nishat. Given that the corporation has already released the 2.0L in the regional market, the new sedan is the second version of the vehicle. Although the initial Elantra had a rough start, since more and more people are now purchasing it, it has proven to be an excellent product. Despite being a C-segment vehicle, Hyundai intends to compete in the price bracket with the B-segment Toyota Yaris and Honda City with the launch of the 1.6L Elantra. It is important to note that, especially in terms of appearance, the 1.6L and 2.0L are not all that dissimilar. In this post, we’ll outline the features that the new variant lacks in comparison to the original.

Elantra 1 6l

Here Are the Specs & Features

Exterior: We had assumed the 1.6L edition would have halogen headlamps, but surprise, it also has LED tetra headlights and side indicators, just like the previous one. Also identical is the front grille garnish. Additionally, this one features identical 16-inch two-tone alloy wheels, a sunroof, LED rear lamps, chrome handles, and garnish.

The following are the main exterior changes:

The new model offers keyless access using a jackknife instead of smart entry.

There is no smart trunk option because the keyless entry key has a trunk opening button.

The updated variation also lacks auto-detecting wipers.

Elantra 1 6l

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Engine: According to the version name, the vehicle has a 1600cc engine that generates 126 horsepower and 155 Nm of torque. The same 6-speed auto Triptronic transmission is also attached to it.

Elantra 1 6l

Interior: Comparing this variation to the 2.0L variant, the following interior alterations are noticeable: Traction control, push-start, and cruise control is not features of the vehicle. The steering wheel is composed of plastic rather than being stitched with leather. In this model, the manufacturer offers a manual climate control system rather than a computerized one. In the 1.6L, a wireless charger option is also not available. The new car does not have the drive mode option. While the new variant’s driver seat may be adjusted in six different ways manually, the 2.0L seats are power-adjustable. The passenger seat can be manually adjusted in four different ways.

Interior

Safety Features: Dual airbags, ABS + EBD, hill start assist, and a reverse camera are all features of the 1.6L.

Price: Hyundai Elantra 2.0L currently costs Rs. 4,799,000, whereas the 1.6L model was introduced for Rs. 4,299,000.

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