Hyundai began selling the updated Grandeur sedanJanuary 8, 2020
Dealers of the brand began to take orders for a restyled flagship model two months ago. Now, the automaker has announced the official start of sales of luxury items.
Hyundai dealers in South Korea received the first commercial copies of the updated Hyundai Grandeur sedan, which the other day officially went on sale. This model, also known as Azera, currently bears the title of the largest sedan in the model line of the Korean brand. The “pre-reform” car was introduced back in 2016. The new Grandeur differs from this generation in its “grown up” dimensions: 60 mm (up to 4,990 mm) were added to the length, and the wheelbase grew by 40 mm (up to 2,855 mm).
The restyled sedan receives new bumpers, LED optics, a modified hood, other front and rear wings, as well as a new trunk lid. Hyundai Grandeur 2020 also differs from its predecessor by its spectacular radiator grill, which is now complemented by luminous sections that play the role of DRL. The taillights combine a stylish LED strip.
A new front panel, a touch-sensitive climate control unit, multimedia with an enlarged screen (12.3 inches instead of the previous 8), as well as a “push-button” gearbox selector appeared in the passenger compartment. After restyling, the sedan received improved sound insulation due to the multi-layer rear windows of increased thickness. Top sedans boast leather trim. The list of options available for the new product includes an emergency braking system when reversing, as well as an assistant that helps to avoid a side collision when crossing intersections.
The engine range of the new Grandeur has lost the base 190-horsepower DGI engine at 2.4 liters. Its place was taken by the 198-strong 2.5-liter aspirated from the Smartstream family, working in tandem with an 8-speed automatic. A 200-horsepower hybrid, consisting of an electric engine and a 2.4-liter engine, is also available for purchase. The power plant is combined with 8-speed automatic transmission. The list is supplemented by a gas 3-liter V6 LPi rated at 235 hp. and a 3.3-liter aspirated V6 with 290 hp The first is combined with 6-speed automatic transmission, the second – with 8-speed automatic transmission. But the 3-liter gasoline V6 and 2.2-liter turbodiesel disappeared from the list of engines available for Grandeur. Drive – front.
Prices for the new product start at 32.94 million won. For the previous sedan, dealers asked for a little less – 31.12 million won.
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