2013 Hyundai i40
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Hyundai and Kia are taking over auto manufacturing markets all over the world with force. As nearly all auto manufacturers in the European market are seeing nothing but red from what is thought to be economic turmoil, we see Hyundai increasing its sales throughout the European auto market. The reason Hyundai is growing so fast is because they are focusing on engineering as well as design. For some, Hyundai has too many designs that seem to be too modern and contemporary but there designs seem to be working as sales are continuing to climb. Now that Hyundai has many different vehicles in its lineup, the company is now targeting more niche markets such as the performance hatchback with the Veloster Turbo and now the tourer with the 2013 Hyundai i40.
2013 Hyundai i40 Specs
For years Mercedes-Benz has had their R-Class it was a sort of car-crossover-minivan-suv vehicle that seemed to be affected by an identity crisis. The Mercedes-Benz R-Class was even introduced North America ends although it was well received in Canada it was not so much in the United States. But since almost the entire world seems to enjoy this vehicle we see Hyundai looking to offer a less expensive alternative to the not so inexpensive Mercedes-Benz. This Hyundai offers both gasoline and diesel options giving the vehicle up to 177 hp. The 2013 Hyundai i40 Tourer will certainly not be a very fast vehicle but with the diesel option it has enough torque to get the vehicle up and running. This vehicle is focused on fuel efficiency as well as ride comfort for the long haul.
2013 Hyundai i40 Price
We will be watching to see what all markets Hyundai will introduce the 2013 i40 Tourer to as the company wants to focus on certain markets it still maintain 60,000 vehicle sales annually for the i40. As for the price we will see the i40 starting in the low 20s for a base model and soon rising to over $30,000 for the limited.
2013 Hyundai i40 USA
This vehicle is also still unconfirmed as to whether it will be introduced into the American market.