Santro under a new skin but with a relatively less efficient engine
User review on Hyundai Eon written by Savitr on 02 November 2014
Savitr's review on Hyundai Eon D-Lite
Year of Manufacture : 2011 | Driven no. of Kms. : NA
- Pros: Affordable price
- Cons: Vibration can be felt owing to 3 cylinders .
The Eon incorporates a three-pot engine that's derived from Hyundai’s own Santro mill. This motor is back of 1 cylinder and therefore the drivability is tight. We have a tendency to want that this engine had some additional power or it conjointly came with the 1.1-litre Santro engine conjointly .The terribly little automobile Hyundai EON has hit Indian market with 814 cc 3 cylinder gasoline SOHC nine Valve engine exhibiting an honest power of 56 bhp and 76 Nm of force .The Hyundai Eon LPG variants have similar engine specification, however being run on LPG, the fuel potency will increase a trifle additional. the utmost power is applied at 5,500 revolutions per minute and most force is applied on wheels at 4,000 rpm. This engine is reminiscent of Hyundai Santro and is healthier than Maruti Alto’s 796 cc base engine delivering power of 47 PS. One cannot verify the particular performance of this hatch simply by gazing at the automobile. Its size will dodge you as this little automobile attains an outstanding high speed a 135 metric linear unit ph and may manage the acceleration of 0-100 km in exactly twenty one.1 sec particularly on town roads. In step with sources, Hyundai EON gasoline makes some quantity of vibration at begin however the engine bit by bit smoothens up when the move .