HyundaiBayon – High Quality, Stylish Sedan
The Hyundai Bayon has been one of the most successful models launched by Hyundai. They have enjoyed great success here in America and around the globe. Unfortunately for the automaker, they are losing out to their German competition. So what gives?
The first thing that might make the Bayon seem less impressive than others on the market is its lack of a manual transmission. It is powered by a small four-wheel drive “box” called the “transmission” part. This front wheel drive vehicle also lacks a rear mounted “carpeted” engine. Fortunately, they have been able to remedy this problem with the use of a Hyundai “mild-hybrid tech” called the “Eon Power” system.
The Hyundai Bainment system is based around the same “mild-hybrid tech” as the Eon and KW Clubsport, offering a full range of technologically-advanced features at a price point that is very friendly to drivers. The bayon is powered by a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The manual gearbox is backed up by a powerful six-speed dual-clutch automatic. The front wheels are also offered with either a 2.0 or a 1.5 wheel spindle.
The Hyundai Bickson has two different drive modes: Standard and Smart. The standard drive mode offers some creature comforts, such as auto headlights, automatic climate control, front and rear seat cup holders, and passenger side air bags. The Smart Drive mode improves on this by including five more auto features, such as auto headlights, front and rear seat cup holders, dual zone controls, automatic seatbelts, and the advanced, in-dash Electronic Vehicle Tracking System (ESDS). The last mode offers the least amount of creature comforts, such as tachometer, odometer, speedometer, compass, and moonroof. It also offers no passenger cell and no cargo space. The Hyundai Bickson Intelligent Auto System incorporates many safety features, such as Electronic Brake force Distribution, Traction Control, Brake Assist, and Electronic Stability Control.
The Hyundai Bickson’s front air bag, side air bags, and seat side air bags, also known as seat side crush protection, help protect the passengers in case they are involved in a crash. The leading vehicle departure alert system on the market today is the EZ-Pass. It is designed to be compatible with many cars, and can be installed in newly-purchased vehicles. The system uses wireless technology, which means that it does not require any new installation. All that needs to be done is to add the EZ-Pass card.
Another option is the Hyundai Fortaflor Small SUV. It has the capacity of a mid-size car when it is fitted with standard features. However, when fitted with mild-hybrid bayonets, it can attain a capacity of up to 5 tons. The mild-hybrid bayonets use electric power instead of gasoline power, which is ideal for city driving. This means that the driver need not worry about being stranded in remote locations.
The Hyundai i20 Coupe is equipped with front and rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance technology. The system includes LATCH (low-lock torque converter) and OPDS (optionally sport) restraints, so that the doors will be locked in a safe manner during braking and while accelerating. As per the safety rating, the car is classified as a small, economy and luxury vehicle.
One of the most innovative features of the Hyundai Bayon was its introduction of smartSense safety features. The smartSense facility senses the distance between the vehicle ahead and the vehicle in front, and then the system offers assistance only if necessary. When the gap gets too close, the system will switch on the air bags. The air bags automatically deploy when the car they are in comes in contact with another vehicle. In addition to this, the system can also steer, parallel park, and move into reverse when coming to a junction or an intersection.