Hyundai Grandeur Hybrid Released With Minor Tweaks For 2015 MY
The 2015 Hyundai Grandeur hybrid sedan has been released in Korea and comes with safety and convenience features that have all been improved.
The Grandeur hybrid is a full-size, front-wheel-drive sedan that has been rated at 16 km per liter in combined driving conditions.
There have been some design changes made to the grille, and the bumpers in front and back. HID headlights and a quad-LED fog lamp assembly gives the car more of an upscale appearance.
Hyundai states that switch gear layout has also been changed to make it easier to use. The control knobs and angle of the air vents has also been changed so that the cabin is more comfortable than before.
New Safety Features
As always, Hyundai has made sure that safety is well served in their best-selling hybrid sedan, with options like blind spot detection and a forward collision warning system. Also included are a 32-bit ( the outgoing model had a 16-bit setup) motor driven power steering set-up for better driver feedback, as well as advanced rollover sensors.
Another new feature included in the 2015 Grandeur Hybrid is a smart trunk system that is becoming a staple in the Hyundai line-up.
10-Year Or 10-year 200,000 kilometer warranty
Hyundai are going out of their way to make the Grandeur (Azera in the US) as appealing to consumers as possible by offering a 10-year 200,000 kilometer warranty on all hybrid-related components. They are also ensuring that the minimum price for a used model less than 3-years old will come in at 62% of the original sales price.
The Koreans are also doing all they can to alleviate any lingering concerns about the hybrid system by offering consumers the ability to return their car within 30 days of purchase so that they may exchange it for a gas-powered model. If owners are involved in a crash within the first year of ownership, Hyundai will replace the vehicle with a brand new model.
Those same terms were also offered to customers driving the current Grandeur model.