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The elantra introduced in indian markets didn't quite create a ripple..
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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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