Launched in Korea at 30,550,000 won (INR 17,92,848.85).
The 2017 Hyundai Grandeur went on sale in Korea last month at 30,550,000 won (INR 17,92,848.85). Motorgraph has posted a large gallery of images of Hyundai's newest mid-size premium sedan, with photographs from every angle.
The Grandeur is one of Hyundai's most popular models in the Korean market, which is evident from the number of pre-order (27,000) that they have received in just three weeks. Prices range from 30.55 million won to 38.7 million won. Engine lineup includes one diesel, two petrol and one LPG unit.
The petrol lineup comprised of a 190 PS 2.4-litre GDi unit and a 266 PS 3.0-litre V6 GDi. Diesel power comes from a 202 PS 2.2L e-VGT turbodiesel 4-cyl engine, while a 3.0-litre LPG-powered engine generating 235 PS is available for customers in the commercial segment. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual and 8-speed automatic.
The new Grandeur measures 4,930 mm in length, 1,865 mm in width and 1,470 mm in height, and has wheelbase of 2,845 mm, making it 10 mm longer and 5 mm wider than its previous model. With the Hyundai Equus and Hyundai Genesis now being sold as the EQ900 and G80, respectively, under the Genesis luxury brand, the Grandeur is now Hyundai's flagship sedan in Korea, slotting above the Hyundai Sonata.
Top variants come equipped with features like Full LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, LED tail lights, 19-inch wheels, head-up display, 8-inch infotainment system with navigation, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink, wireless smartphone charging system, electric rear seat curtain, JBL sound system and nine airbags.