Another beautiful model SUV / crossover to appear on the market, it is the Hyundai ix35. This is a beautiful car that is designed for multi-purpose, well able to cope in a traffic jam, well it behaves on rough terrain, strong engine under the hood, and plenty of space in the cabin. All in all a great car that you recommend, if you do not buy it then at least test.
A new range of 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels also add a bit more spark. The ix35’s cabin gets a similar dose of new, courtesy of improved materials and trim elements, upgraded audio and navigation packages paired with a larger 7.0-inch LCD center display plus options that include a new 4.2-inch Supervision Cluster instrument display and a heated steering wheel. Revealed ahead of this week’s Geneva Motor Show, the 2013/14 ix35 remains largely unchanged on the outside, gaining new LED daytime running lights and new Bi-Xenon headlamps.
Renewed ix35 will be the Korean market are likely to find this year, and most changes will pretrepti front, modeled on the new Santa Fe. Expected and interior refinements, and mentions the EV version. Arguably the most significant upgrade to the package is found underhood. To help boost performance and efficiency, the new ix35 trades its current 2.0-liter Theta II 4-cylinder engine for the automaker’s more advanced direct-injected 2.0-liter Nu alternative that offers greater power and torque. Three years after the launch of the original ix35, Hyundai has revamped its C-segment SUV with a wide range of technological and efficiency enhancements, not to mention giving it a more modern, sleek design.