The cheapest Hyundai Xcent sedan first got ABS

The cheapest Hyundai Xcent sedan first got ABS

August 26, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Korean automaker finally added a list of equipment for the initial configuration of its most inexpensive sedan Hyundai Xcent new item. Recall, the updated Xcent debuted in the Indian market last spring, but the basic security systems model has acquired relatively recently.

Cheap cars for emerging markets can not boast of a rich set of modern options. Advanced multimedia, useful “electronic” helpers, an expanded security system – you will not find such a functional in this segment. From here, on the one hand, is a very affordable price tag, and on the other – the eternal question, what is more important – cheapness or security.

So, the cheapest car in the world – Indian Tata Nano – in the initial configuration does not even have seat belts.

Korean company Hyundai decided to go on a different path. The most inexpensive sedan in the model line of the brand – Xcent – received ABS (anti-lock braking system) and EBD (brake force distribution system). Standard security systems will now appear in the list of options already from the initial configuration.

Recall, the updated four-door sedan Hyundai Xcent debuted in India in the spring of 2017. The front-wheel drive sedan was very similar to the updated Solaris. So, the model received a cascade radiator grille, some bumpers and a new optics. The car drives a 1.2-liter CRDi turbodiesel with a payback of 75 horsepower, as well as a 1.2-liter gasoline engine with a capacity of 83 liters. from. Both motors are combined with both a 5-speed manual gearbox and an “automatic” four stages.

The price tag for the base version of Xcent starts at 5,610,000 rupees. The maximum equipment costs the fans of the brand more expensive – 7,320,000 rupees.

Recall previously reported that the company Kia brings to the Chinese market a new “budget” crossover KX1.