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2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35

The Hyundai ix35 will get the newest fuel-efficient engines and six-speed manual and automatic transmissions. Western European customers will be offered a choice of two thrifty and clean-burning petrol engines: the Theta-II 2.0 rated at 166ps and 20.1kg.m of torque which emits just 178g/km (2WD MT) of CO2 and the Gamma 1.6 GDI delivering 140ps and 17kg.m of torque, available from November 2010, which delivers only 158g/km of CO2. This 1.6 GDI engine will be available with ISG stop-start technology, further reducing CO2 to just 149 g/km.

2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35

The European diesel lineup includes two all-new engines: the R 2.0 and the U-II 1.7, which will be available from November 2010. The R 2.0 will come in a choice of two outputs: high (184ps/40kg.m) and low (136ps/32kg.m) producing CO2 emissions of just 165g/km (2WD MT) and 158g/km (4WD MT), respectively. The U-II will have a rated output of 115ps with 26.0kg.m and will have class-leading CO2 emissions of just 149 g/km (2WD MT) when equipped with ISG. To achieve Euro-5 emission compliance, the R is fitted with a close-coupled diesel particulate filter plus highly efficient exhaust gas recirculation with by-pass valve.

2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35
2011 Hyundai ix35

Six-speed manuals are standard with both diesels while the R will come with the option of a six-speed automatic. Hyundai’s all-new six-speed automatic transaxle helps the company meet its goals of improving fuel efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions. Shifts are silky-smooth with an option of sporty-type, manual shifting through the Shiftronic which is also new to the Hyundai ix35.

The Hyundai ix35 rides on a 2640mm wheelbase which is 10mm longer than the outgoing Hyundai Tucson. At 4410mm and 1820mm, it is also longer and wider than its predecessor (by 85mm and 20mm, respectively) greatly improving the interior cabin space but the overall height of 1660mm has been lowered by 20mm without affecting headroom.

To achieve the desired dynamic and sporty image, Hyundai ix35 gets an aggressive belt line coupled with a low-to-the-ground feel which is enhanced by the optional 225/55 R18 wheels.

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13 Responses to “ 2011 Hyundai ix35 ”
  1. L.Gorsky says:

    I want to buy one……. When and where will it be available???????

  2. Dora says:

    I am interested in purchasin the “2011 ix35″ with in a week. Where can I find it?

  3. Serb says:

    Nice car, I have the old Santa Fe in 2002 but I hope that I will sell it soon and buy ix35!!! =) greetings from Serbia

  4. Grover says:

    I want this car the day before yesterday.
    The design is A1. It looks like a hi tech sneaker.

  5. mick. cz. says:

    best looking car in its category. Loads of toys too. Well done Hyundai.

  6. inge derks says:

    could you tell me the price of de hyundai lx 35 benzinemotor in the middelclas

    with kind regrets

    inge derks

  7. emy smith says:

    this is one of the best suv i have ever seen,hyundai did a very great work here.i would like to buy this suv as soon as i have the money.keep it up hyundai,you guys are great.

  8. alan says:

    when will automatic version be available in UK & WHAT PRICE

  9. pip says:

    i purchaced premium + 2weeks ago did 460 miles to york and back £42 average 55 mpg great car to drive , over the moon with it my best car in 40 years

  10. Ranjith says:

    Glamourous..Moderate priced SUV..

  11. love kotze says:

    great car!proud owner!

  12. gordon brocklehurst says:

    this is a really good looking car and if it’s anything like the tuscon that i have had for the 4years,it’s got to be a great buy.However the one area where i think Hyundai have cocked up is with the back door,my tuscon had the split door whereby you could just open the glass part if need be,this was a great function and i am really sad that it hasn’t been incorporated in the new x35i.It wouldn’t though put me off buying one.

  13. schoolboy says:

    how much is the car


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