Hyundai Bayon is the latest and smallest car in the manufacturer’s family of SUVs. Model prices start from Hyundai, prices start at 66 thousand. zloty. Is this car safe? Spanish journalists watched the latest video on km77.
Hyundai’s cheap SUV is a great offer
Hyundai’s new SUV ensures comfort while traveling thanks to its journey. As the manufacturer assures, the car is agile and consumes little fuel. An agreement with a friendly interior seems to be a good option. Especially when we consider the excellent driving position and visibility.
Hyundai Bayon has a length of 4180 mm, and a body height of 1490 mm, which provides excellent legroom and comfortable travel not only on the front seats. Does a wheelbase of 2,580 mm complement the many advantages of this cheap Hyundai? Find out in the latest Mohs test.
Hyundai Bayon outperforms more expensive German cars in employee testing
When Hyundai launched in the market Baiyun small SUV Assure customers that he will be safe and confident in its advantages, which they will receive at a low price. How does it actually look?
Form tested: moose and zigzag. The first test allows to assess whether steering the vehicle at a speed of more than 70 km / h allows it to safely avoid an obstacle. As you will see in the video below, the Hyundai runs great and the test driver is pleased.
From the first try, I felt that this car would be safe and easy to drive. The proof is a clean ride at a speed of 75 km/h.
Equipped with a 1.2 MPi 84 CV engine and Michelin Primacy 4 tires, it’s like a thread, overpasses obstacles and goes straight at a speed of 38 km/h. In a test at a speed of 76 km / h, the car hit one cone, but it behaves similarly to the previous two tests.
In the Moose test at 80 km/h, the tires don’t get enough grip and end up knocking down some poles on lanes two and three.
When it comes to slalom speeds over 60 km/h, Hyundai scored average. It’s not as nimble when changing direction, but it does have a smooth response.
W Unlike the most expensive German carsHyundai Bayonne achieved an impressive overall score.
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