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Komoco Motors
64758888
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Korea 

(launched 2020)

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1.6 'S' (A)
$140,999 spacer Up
$13,900 /yr 18.5km/L 121 bhp IVT (A)
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1.6 Elite Sunroof (A)
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$14,500 /yr 18.5km/L 121 bhp IVT (A)
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Price updated 19-Jan-2023

Hyundai Avante
4 stars - based on 24 reviews
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Car Review - Hyundai Avante 1.6 Elite (A)
The new Hyundai Avante is a generously equipped, refined and practical sedan, with an exciting new look to boot. What's not to like?
What We Dislike
Fuel consumption figure of 18.5km/L on paper is a tad too optimistic
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Comparison - Hyundai Avante vs Mazda 3 Sedan vs Toyota Corolla Altis
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
24 Consumer Reviews

 
Most Bang-for-Buck Car in this Class `
This is a car that has a distinctive look on the roads, one that will stand out from the rest and catch your eye. I love the sporty silhouette and especially the rear end with the H tail lights which are a beauty at night. I honestly feel that in this segment and class, the Avante is a real value for money proposition, considering the features that it comes with and the spacious interior. I am not a fan of the CVT, but it has a rev-happy engine and is right up there with the best of its 1.6L NA peers in terms of performance. Overall, if you are looking for a car that looks good, is spacious and is feature packed, then this is the car for you.
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Quality all-rounder sedan `
This new Hyundai Avante looks like nothing else in the segment, and its a great performer as well, with an accomplished ride and a quiet drivetrain.
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Fantastically packaged car that's refined and comfortable `
Had the chance to go for a long 4-hour "Test drive" With the Avante 'S' throught GetGo and was greatly impressed by the car. Good Points: - The drive was almost silky smooth for a 1.6 NA engine. - Fuel efficiency of around 15km/l - Wireless Apple Car Play and Android Auto minimise mess in the cabin with cables, but connection is unstable sometimes. - Spacious and comfortable cabin with generous rear legroom and rear aircon vents Bad Points: - Lane Keep Assist technology is pretty primitive as the car keeps bouncing from left and right lines, unable to maintain in the centre of the lane. At times, it got too close to car at the side and have to manually correct back. Honda's Sensing Technology works better. - Empty Panel on the right of the steering wheel could have come integrated with a phone holder. - Door bins are pretty small, and no storage pocket behind Driver's seat.
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Feature rich, but a design that does not last `
I have been driving the Avante for a few months now and firstly, lets address the largest elephant in the room: the Avante's design. I must say kudos to the Hyundai team for designing something so radical, which was appealing to me at first. However, the more I drove the Avante, the more I hated the design (the radical design clearly didnt last) and the more I regretted my decision. So many people asked me if I got "Hit" By another car cause they thought there was a "Dent" At the sides and back of the car. Cleaning the car also became more tedious and difficult. Nonetheless, the Avante is loaded with features, from wireless Android Auto and Apple carplay, to rear aircon vents, auto rain sensing wipers, electric seats, digital infotainment and dashboard panel, auto brake hold and tons of safety features. These are really great and almost unheard of in its class, and one of the reasons why many people like me bought the car. However, all these features comes at some expense as there is no free lunch in this world. The Avante has one of the most hard plastics in the cars that I have driven. I was in an collision with a motorcycle (Yamaha) and my Avante's bumper dropped out while the motorcycle was relatively unscathed! In addition, even though the Avante qualifies for a $15k VES rebate, the price is still higher than other cars in its class even though the OMV is the same. In terms of engine, the Avante has a 1.6l Gamma II IVT, which is surprisingly fuel efficient, and understandably why many of the taxi companies use Hyundai cars. But again, it is a double edged sword as I always get questions on why I am driving a "Taxi" Car, and I didn't even choose Blue!
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