Hyundai equips its European flagship with a diesel option
The Grandeur's powertrain is a 2.2 liter CRDi engine (that's what Hyundai calls the brand's implementation of common-rail injection) which is good for 155 HP mated to an automatic 5-speed gearbox. Acceleration won't make you feel like you're on the Space Shuttle, taking 11.8 seconds from 0 to 60mph. Torque is impressive, at 343 Nm (253 lb-ft). Fuel consumption is about 33 mpg in the European combined cycle and CO2 emissions 208 g/km. This powertrain is also installed in the Santa Fe.
Pricing is quite high but the model comes with all equipment (including Navigation system) for about 41,000 EUR in Germany.
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