Hyundai opens bookings for the new Elantra Fluidic, unveils a teaser website
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Hyundai Motor India Limited, the country’s second largest auto giant has announced to open the bookings for its new 2012 Elantra Fluidic, its D-segment comeback car. The South Korean automaker has even unveiled new promotional website for this new offering.
The automaker is renowned for launching multiple variants of its models in a bid to offer wider options for the Indian buyers. Even the 2012 Hyundai Elantra Fluidic will be rolled out in 7 or more variants offering buyers several price and feature options.
Since the fluidic version of Hyundai’s models have witnessed soaring success, even the Elantra Fluidic is set to capture rising demand in the sedan segment. With fluidic designing, the Elantra endows smoother finishes blending perfectly with free flowing curves and elegant creases. Also offered is the petrol and diesel powertrain options backed up by manual and automatic transmissions.
The 2012 Hyundai Elantra Fluidic is loaded with 1.8 litre petrol powered engine with direct injection outpouring a peak power of 147 bhp and a peak torque of 181 Nm. Borrowing from its sibling Verna Fluidic, the car endows a 1.6 litre common rail turbocharged unit churning out a top power of 126 bhp and a top torque of 260 Nm to be offered with the base model. The base model is also set to come with a six-speed manual transmission gearbox with standard features such as twin airbags, ABS and 16 inch alloy wheels.
The top end variant of this sedan is furnished with six airbags, ABS, ESP, cruise control, six speed automatic gearbox, push button start, heated electric wing mirrors and six way adjustable and ventilated front seats.
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