The Hyundai Excel was introduced since 1989. It has been available in several models until the latest 1994 release of Hyundai Excel. Hyundai Company produced its first front wheel drive and made available in hatchback models. Hyundai Excel, otherwise known as Hyundai Pony, Hyundai Presto and the Mitsubishi Precis, replaced the classic rear wheel drive Hyundai Pony, however, Excel was confusingly sold under the name of Hyundai Pony. Japaneseenginesforsale.com is the place to Buy Engines for Hyundai Excel.
This makes Excel as the carrier of any front wheel drive Pony. Designed from 1985 to 1994, Hyundai Excel is available in several 4-door models. From among the motors produced by Hyundai Company, Excel cars were the first to penetrate the export industry of United States. Being in the limelight for almost a decade, Excel was replaced by Hyundai Accent in 1994 and the latter replaced by Coupe in 1996. The different models of Excel can be driven with manual or automatic transmission powered by 4-cylinder engine.
Depending on Excel Generation, the Hyundai Excel engines differ in horsepower that energized a fuel injection system or carburetor combining fuel and air useful for an internal combustion engine. Hyundai Excel cars were available in X1 and X2 models in 1985–89 and 1989–94 respectively. The Hyundai Excel X1 was launched to replace the Hyundai Pony and made a remarkable record in Fortune magazine to be one of the best products during the peak of its sale. X2 Hyundai Excel designs were the second-generation models. They were in CX, LX, and CXL trim levels and made available in South Korea.
X1 Hyundai Excel cars were powered by 68 hp I4 engine with 85 ft. lbs. of torque with a 1.5L displacement. The engine can provide a 3-speed automatic steering and 4 to 5-speed steering for manual X1 Excel. The fuel economy for first-generation models ranges from 27 to 28 mpg for city driving and 31 to 37 mpg for highway driving. X2 engine generation was made more powerful with 81 hp I4 Transmission compared to the earlier 68 hp I4 engine for X1 models.
X2 engines torque is 91 ft. lbs. and was available in 4-speed automatic, 4-speed manual and 5-speed manual steering. The second-generation model has fuel economy that ranges from 28 to 29 mpg for city driving and 32 to 36 mpg for highway driving.
Although powered by different horsepower, I4 engine type was installed for X1 and X2. The I4 engine is a inline-four engine or straight-four engine composing the internal combustion engine for both X1 and X2 four cylinders mounted in a straight line, or plane along the crankcase. Each cylinder is equipped with pistons, otherwise called as crankshaft. The compression for all engines has a 9.4-to-1 ratio.
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