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Lantra gains new engines

HYUNDAI has introduced 2.0-litre engines to the Lantra range - replacing the 1.8-litre saloons and estates. The saloon was launched in October 1995, and the estate in 1996, with 1.6 and 1.8-litre engines. The 1.8-litre versions of both saloon and estate have now been upgraded to a 137bhp 2.0-litre engine. The engine is a derivative of the Hyundai Beta range used in the new Hyundai Coupe.

Hyundai says it provides more power, improves fuel economy by as much as 3.6%, and makes the saloon, badged the GSi, the most powerful and lowest priced 2.0-litre available from any of the UK market's top 20 manufacturers.

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