Hyundai Eon features and specifications leaked

Published: 14th December 2011
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Hyundai Eon is one of the much awaited entry level small car in India by country's second largest car maker Hyundai Motor India Limited. Recently, good news for the Indian auto enthusiasts is that Hyundai Eon features and specifications brochure has been leaked in the market. So, before Hyundai Eon launch in India its full details available. The entry level small car, Hyundai Eon will officially be launched in the Indian auto market on October 13th, this year.

After successfully lunching global sedan Hyundai Verna, new Hyundai Eon will be the next new car launch in India by the auto giant. The company hopes, Hyundai Eon will achieve buzz reasons to the customers. Hyundai Motors India Ltd. is launching this popular small car in the Indian auto market in competitive price range which is expected an answer to Maruti Alto, Chevrolet Spark and Tata Nano. The new entry level small car will give stiff competition to Maruti Alto in terms of features, price, power and performance.

It is expected that Hyundai Eon price will fall in the range of Rs. 2.50 lakh to 3.50 lakh at ex-showroom. With it, the expected Hyundai Eon variants are the three like Hyundai Eon base, Hyundai Eon GL, Hyundai Eon GLS which increase the customers choice. First of all the new Hyundai small car will be offered in only petrol model which is expected most fuel efficient. The petrol model of the Hyundai Eon would deliver average mileage of 21 kmpl. Meanwhile, a LPG variant will also be available that is expected to deliver impressive mileage of 19 kmpl.

The new Hyundai Eon small car has a fuel efficient and great performer 814cc, three cylinder petrol engine under the hood. Hyundai Eon engine generates maximum power of 55 bhp and belts peak torque of 76.5 Nm. There is a five speed manual transmission gearbox will be available in the new small car. An automatic transmission version is also expected in the new small car. Hyundai Eon power and torque is more than Maruti Alto.

India launching Hyundai Eon features are mindblowing which make it eye-catchy in the segment. The new small car has fluidic front which is inspired by Hyundai i10, it comes equipped by large front lamp that give it classy image while side profile of the small car is great that includes stylish grille, door handlebars, and mini indicator. The rear portion of the Hyundai Eon looks sporty, it has been equipped with big bumper, oversized tail lamps cluster and wide rear windscreen. Meanwhile, Hyundai logo and other badges have also been pasted at the rear.

Hyundai Eon curvy exterior design is inspired by Hyundai’s Fluidic design philosophy while interior of the small car is features rich which prove it comfortable small car in the segment. The new Hyundai Eon features, body color bumpers, body color door handles and body colored OSVRMs (outside rear view mirrors), multi trip meter, remote fuel gaze opener, remote boot lease opener, adjustable steering column, seat belts for all seats and so forth. Meanwhile, Power steering, all four power windows, central locking, front fog lamps, designer wheel covers, rear spoiler, even a music system etc. have also been offered in the top-end model of the car as standard. So, the new small beast is being proved value for money for Indian small car lovers that ensure to give stiff competition to Maruti Alto.

Hyundai Eon is coming to India on this mass festive season of Diwali. The company hopes that it will achieve huge response to the customers in this business season. On the other hand, this Diwali season bound plenty of new car models have also been launched in India such as Nissan Sunny, Tata Indica Vista, Force One, New Maruti Swift, New Volkswagen Jetta, New Honda Jazz, Toyota Etios Liva, Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Beat diesel, Audi A6, Tata Aria 4x2, Tata Indica Xeta, Honda Brio, Mahindra XUV 500 and Skoda Fabia Lauretta.

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