What are the safety features in Hyundai Eon?
By: Kashu on 28 january 2015
|The Hyundai Eon is equipped with basic safety features. The car is loaded with effective braking system such as disc at front and drum at the rear for sudden braking, but there are lack of ABS or the EBD even in its top-end model. The Eon has a single driver seat airbag, which is available in the top model only. It has some more safety feature like engine immobilizer, fog lamps, child safety lock, impact beam on the doors and crumple zones to absorb the impact to ensure safety of the all occupants.|
Hyundai Eon is the compact and cheap hatchback is designed to fit in daily budget but still this car manage to have decent installations over safety systems. The list of safety system of Hyundai Eon is not big but still comes with Central Locking, Rear Seat Belts, Door Ajar Warning, Power Door Locks, Child Safety Locks, Side Impact Beams, Front Impact Beams, Passenger Side Rear View Mirror, Engine Immobilizer, Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank, Front brakes are disc type while rear brakes are drum type.
To provide the riders with complete safety, the company has built the entire body structure robustly. In addition, it has seat belts are fitted to all the seats. This feature is provided to all the variants as standard. For safeguarding the children, child safety locks are built into the rear doors. It also features engine immobaliser and an inside rear view mirror fitted in the cabin. These helps the riders keep out of the harms way during any mishap.
For providing the passengers with adequate safety, the company has provided several active and passive features, these include a strong body shell, seat belts, central locking system, engine immobaliser, keyless entry, pair of fog lamps are fixed on the either sides of the grille in the front facade. And in the top trim there is an airbag for the driver.
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