Diesel Elantra powered by a 1.5-liter Creta 115hp engine; to offered in two versions. Entry standard S trim is dropped.
Hyundai officially listed the Elantra BS6 diesel on its website ahead of the launch of the car later this year. As previously mentioned, in its 115hp/250Nm state of tune. The diesel Elantra the company’s latest 1.5-liter engine found in many recent Hyundai vehicles. So, the machine fitted with a manual 6-speed or automatic 6-speed gearbox.
The diesel model, SX and SX(O) will available in two trim levels. The SX is manual only while the SX(O) is available only with the automatic gearbox.
So, Hyundai will also remove the entry-level S model from the Elantra line-up in a surprising move cutting down the total number of models to only two.
The diesel model conveys the same equipment. As the petrol model when it comes to machinery. The SX trim packs in a decent bit of equipment including six airbags, rearview mirror. And auto headlamps, sunroof, dual-zone climate control, 8.0-inch touch-screen infotainment system. With Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Blue Bridge connected car software, cruise control and more. The fully charged SX(O) gets all the bells. And whistles, including a driver’s driven harness, ventilated front doors. With LED headlamps, portable phone adapter, leatherette upholstery, and front parking sensors.
The launch of an Elantra diesel could prove vital for the Elantra. With the majority of the market now hosting only petrol versions. With the Skoda Octavia and Toyota Corolla no longer on sale, the Main Competitor of the Elantra. For now, it is the Honda Civic, a petrol-only model. Next year an all-new Octavia is scheduled to be launched. While so Toyota has pulled the plug on the Corolla without any anticipated replacement.
Information on BS6 Hyundai Elantra Diesel Revealed. Its diesel engine shares with Kia Seltos And Hyundai Creta 2020.
We had mentioned earlier that the diesel-powered facelifted Elantra would launch by Hyundai shortly. The carmaker has also revealed the specs of the sedan’s diesel models. The facelifted Elantra shares the Kia Seltos and the newly introduced second-gen Hyundai Creta with its BS6 diesel engine. In late 2019, the BS6-compliant facelifted model was released. So, with just one option for the petrol engine.