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Old 12th September 2006, 12:41   #46
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DESCRIPTION 1.1D(D3FA)
  • DISPLACEMENT(cc): 1,120
  • BORE X STROKE(mm): 75X84.5
  • MAX. POWER (ps/rpm): 75/4,000
  • MAX. TORQUE (kg.m/rpm): 15.5/2,000
  • DIMENSION (mm)-> LENGTH: 394 WIDTH: 587 HEIGHT: 644
  • WEIGHT IN DRY(kg): 140.4
  • CYCLE: 4
  • NO. OF CYLINDER: 3
  • CYLINDER ARRANGEMENT -> IN-LINE
  • FIRING ORDER: 1-3-4-2
  • COMPRESSION RATIO: 17.8
  • ASPIRATION -> VGT
  • ALTERNATOR(V-A): 12-90
  • STARTER MOTOR(V-kw): 12-2.0
  • BSM (balance shaft module) -> IN OIL PAN
  • ETC (electronic throttle control) -> ECU
  • TIMING TRAIN -> CHAIN
DESCRIPTION-> 1.5D(D4FA)
  • DISPLACEMENT(cc): 1,493
  • BORE X STROKE(mm): 75x84.5
  • MAX. POWER (ps/rpm): 110/4,000
  • MAX. TORQUE (kg.m/rpm): 24/2,000
  • DIMENSION (mm) -> LENGTH: 479 WIDTH: 587 HEIGHT: 634
  • WEIGHT IN DRY(kg): 157
  • CYCLE: 4
  • NO. OF CYLINDER: 4
  • CYLINDER ARRANGEMENT-> IN-LINE
  • FIRING ORDER: 1-3-4-2
  • COMPRESSION RATIO: 17.8
  • ASPIRATION -> VGT
  • ALTERNATOR(V-A): 12-90
  • STARTER MOTOR(V-kw): 12-2.0
  • BSM (balance shaft module) -> Non
  • ETC (electronic throttle control) -> ECU
  • TIMING TRAIN -> CHAIN
The 1.1 litre diesel could also make it to india in the near future, the 1.5 mentioned will mostly be present on the soon to be launched verna.

Source: Official hyundai site

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Just wait till teh Verna and Elantra is out here, Skoda and others gonna have a tough time.
is there a new elantra in the pipe line?

The elantra introduced in indian markets didn't quite create a ripple..
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is there a new elantra in the pipe line?

The elantra introduced in indian markets didn't quite create a ripple..
yah, thers one. Search around for pix and details
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Anyways, the 1.1L 3-pot motor seems like a sweet one. I remember VW developed a 1.1/1.2L 3 cylinder turbocharged engine for the Lupo which could consume as little as 3 litres per 100 km (So much so that the car came to be known as the 3L) - an average of more than 30 kmpl!!! Simply amazing!!! Hyundai's motor also I believe will give an average of not less than 18 kmpl in city driving.

I think Hyundai has done a wise thing by bringing in crdi engines to India. With the Accent crdi, Hyundai has probably hastened others (especially Ford and Tata) into developing/introducing crdi engines for their vehicles.

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