Yup Hyundai is gng 2 launch sonata diesel in 2013 & it is 2.0litre engine 198 Bhp @ 6300 rpm
Maximum Torque:255 Nm @ 4250 rpm
@Raj There are currently no plans of launching a diesel powered Sonata in the foreseeable future…and those Power and Torque figures are the one’s of the Petrol Sonata…Get your facts right.
Elantra for Luxury feel & better fuel economy. Cruze for power & performance. I suggest Cruze
well i suggest you to go for elantra as it is a refreshed and new car in comparison to cruze which is now seems to be outdated ,although there has been a change in the engine for cruze with new engine giving out more bhp but no changes whatsoever on exterior or interior so that one can differentiate between the old and new.
I believe you want a relaxed luxury cruiser with decent performance… I suggest you go with the Elantra for 3 simple reasons 1. Its sleeker looking if not better 2. It has all the features you would need and then some more 3. It has decent performance and great FE. The Cruze is a performance oriented car with all the features..but with a…[Read more]
Rishab, you can get a fuel economy indicator system but why not use the best one already available in most cars? The Tachometer?
Its the rpm meter for the uninitiated. Lower the revs, better the FE.
That I totally agree with. But I want to keep track of the instantaneous FE of my car. I am just curious as to where can I get such devices and for how much?
9kmpl is a realistic and a fair economy figure for a 2.4 liter petrol motor that produces close to 200bhp and powers something as big as the Sonata. Do not expect any big improvements here after the car has been run in.
We recently road-tested the 2012 Sonata. During our road test, we managed to get about 8.9 kmpl only with mixed driving conditions.