What are the common problems with a Hyundai i40?
What are the most common problems with a used Hyundai i40 saloon? Diesel engines are fitted with a diesel particulate filter (DPF). To ensure that this can regenerate (meaning it burns off trapped soot), frequent motorway journeys are necessary because this process is only triggered when the exhaust is hot enough.
How reliable is Hyundai i40?
Hyundai placed an impressive seventh out of 32 manufacturers in our latest reliability survey. While we don’t have specific data for the i40 Tourer model, the i40 saloon on which it’s based placed a very poor last position from 14 executive cars included in our study.
Why was Hyundai i40 discontinued?
Hyundai Australia has dropped the i40 mid-size sedan and wagon following persistent low sales and ahead of the arrival of the new-generation Sonata in the second half of the year.
How long will a Hyundai i40 last?
As long as the i40 you’re looking at is in very good condition, has a good service/maintenance history and drives well, it should easily soak up 200,000-300,000km and wouldn’t struggle to achieve 500,000km, either. Hyundai has a good reputation for reliability.
Are Hyundai i40 good cars?
It’s unusually stylish for an executive motor and has the ingredients that company car drivers love: a diesel engine for low CO2 emissions and good fuel economy, good space and plenty of equipment. Trouble is, there’s a reason you see a lot of German executive cars – they’re very good.
Has Hyundai stopped making i40?
The Hyundai i40 Saloon is no longer in production. The i40 saloon is no longer part of our new car line-up, but that doesn’t mean your journey ends here.
Is the i40 discontinued?
i40 has been discontinued.
Does Hyundai i40 have timing belt or chain?
Because the i40’s engines are chain-driven, there are no cambelts to be replaced, which helps to cut costs further.
What replaces the Hyundai i40?
Hyundai Sonata rumoured to replace i40 for Europe.
What replaced the i40?
As all-new Hyundai Venue compact SUV gets set to replace Accent hatch. The next-generation Hyundai Sonata has written the death sentence for the slow-selling Hyundai i40.