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Old 10th April 2006, 17:11   #31
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There is no way I am going to believe that... Anyway lets hope it comes true

Why not dude?

quoting ACI- "Hyundai also announced its entention to lauch the Verna in September 2006 and a diesel powered Sonata Embera expected in December."

dont trust me. But i hope u can trust ACI.
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Overdrive and ACI have gotten confirmation from a very senior official. And anyways, they don't manufacture the Sonata diesel engine here. So where does the question of it being impossible arise? All Hyundai needs to do is get the engine from Korea and put it on Emberas here. It's that simple.
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VM motori manufactures the engines for hyundai . the crdi engines come from the italian manufacturer . so ,most probably it has to be some engine from the VM stable.
Where did that come from ? Currently their engines are made by Hyundai at Namyang while their first CRDi engines came from Detroit Diesel.
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VM motori is a subsidiary of detroit diesel . and pls check vm motori site ,you can find all the current crdi engines that are used in Hyundai there
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http://www.indiacar.com/index2.asp?p...4_a/engine.htm
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Yes these talk about the first series of CRDi engines from Hyundai, which include the two in use in India today.

Hyundai's next generation of common rail engines have replaced the DD series in other markets, and these have been in-house developments, as in the new Santa Fe (see review HERE

Hopefully we will get to see these engines in the newer vehicles being released in India, since HMIL is planning to set up a diesel engine plant in India.

Please read up on their new 1.5, 2.0. 2.2, 2.5 and 3 litre common rail engines which come with two options - normal and VG turbo. This is the series of engines that were developed at Namyang. The Accent sells with their own 4-cylinder CRDi in other markets while we still get the DD 3-pot, for instance.

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well, I agree but ,I think european quality levels are much better and designs are much better . Most probably Hyundai must have employed an european design house to do the job . Common ,lets be realisitc ,we know what koreans are capable of . anaywas let me check the review and let you know as to where the engines are from
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well, I agree but ,I think european quality levels are much better and designs are much better . Most probably Hyundai must have employed an european design house to do the job . Common ,lets be realisitc ,we know what koreans are capable of . anaywas let me check the review and let you know as to where the engines are from
I'm not into that arguement, thank you very much. Let us judge them by what they do.
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