Selection and search of tire size by model Elantra Iii Sedan (xd). Table of standard, factory tire sizes Hyundai
The release of the HYUNDAI ELANTRA III SEDAN (XD) model was carried out from 2000 to 2006.
Table of factory and suitable tire sizes for HYUNDAI ELANTRA III SEDAN (XD).
Choose appropriate trim of Hyundai Elantra Iii Sedan (xd):
The sixth generation Hyundai Elantra entered the world market back in 2015 and lasted about four years on the assembly line. At the end of summer 2018, the Korean manufacturer announced the first planned restyling of this generation. The updated model has practically not changed, in terms of the technical component, received an expanded list of equipment, a refreshed interior and a more aggressive design. If the pre-reform model had more rounded shapes, then the novelty received a radically different design. First of all, I would like to note the narrow triangular headlights with an edging of thin LED daytime running lights and many small focusing lenses. The radiator grille has retained its style and design, however, it also received a sharper outline. Along the sides of it, you can see the modified sections of the fog lamps, combined with the direction indicators. The stern features larger brake lights and a more prominent bumper. Hyundai Elantra is a four-door, five-seater C class sedan. Its overall dimensions are: length 4620 mm, width 1800 mm, height 1450 mm, and the wheelbase is 2700 mm. The ground clearance, as before, is an average of 150 millimeters. The platform has remained unchanged and is made in a fairly simple way. There are McPherson struts on the front axle, and a simple and reliable torsion beam at the rear. It is worth noting the low drag coefficient Cx-0.27. The trunk is quite roomy and is capable of providing up to 458 liters of free space. Moreover, the backrests of the rear sofa can be folded and open access to the salon for transporting long loads. The sedan's engine range has remained the same. The basic configurations of the Hyundai Elantra will receive a 1.6-liter inline naturally aspirated petrol four. Thanks to an advanced variable valve timing system, it produces 128 horsepower and 155 Nm of torque. There are six-speed manual and automatic variable transmissions to choose from. Depending on the type of transmission, the car accelerates to 100 km / h in 10.1-11.6 seconds, reaches a maximum of 195-200 km / h and consumes about 6.5-6.7 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers in the combined cycle ... For an additional fee, you can order a similar unit with an increased volume. From two liters, the engineers managed to squeeze out 150 horsepower and 192 Nm of torque. The gearbox set is the same. The two-liter Elantra accelerates to hundreds in 8.8-9.9 seconds and is most capable of developing up to 203-205 kilometers per hour. Fuel consumption is slightly higher - 7-7.4 liters in the combined cycle. Even in the basic Start configuration, Hyundai Elantra has all the necessary options for a comfortable and safe trip. By default, the car gets front airbags, ABS and stabilization system, air conditioning, heated seats, a radio tape recorder, full power accessories, and tire pressure sensors. For an additional fee, you can order leather trim, interior, power seats, keyless entry system, full LED headlights, traction control, advanced multimedia, blind spot monitoring, and front and rear parking radars.
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