Hyundai recently unveiled the production spec Mistra sedan at the ongoing Chengdu Motor Show. Regulars here would remember that we posted in detail when Hyundai the Mistra, which was earlier being called as the Mingtu, was unveiled in its concept form at the 2013 Auto Shanghai earlier this year.
As we have been saying, the new Hyundai Mista soon find itself slotted in between the Elantra and the Sonata and will be a Honda Crider adversary. It may be noted that the Crider is positioned between the Civic and the Accord. The Hyundai Mistra will go on sale with two engine options – 1.8-litre and a 2.0-litre petrol. Both these engines are likely to be offered with a 6-speed automatic and a 6-speed manual transmission options.
The Hyundai Mistra is 4,710mm long, 1,820mm wide and 1,470mm in height. The car has a 2,770mm long wheelbase.
The Mistra, which is a China-Specific model, has been developed (and will be produced) by the 50:50 joint venture between Hyundai and Beijing Hyundai Motor Company (BHMC).
Source – Auto Blog