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About Hyundai Excel

Hyundai Excel, also known as the Hyundai Pony, Hyundai Presto and the Mitsubishi Precis, is a subcompact car manufactured by South Korean automaker Hyundai from 1985 to 2000. The first Hyundai Excel was introduced in 1985 as the replacement for the Hyundai Pony. It was also the Hyundai's first front wheel drive car. Before Hyundai Excel was stopped production and replaced by Hyundai Accent by 1994, it had been produced through two generations. Actually, Hyundai Excel has been voted as Best Product #10 by Fortune magazine.
The first generation Hyundai Excel (X1; 1985-1989) was the Hyundai's first and only model in the United States. It was offered in base, GL, GLS, and GS trim levels in North America. What's more, Hyundai Excel then was powered by only one 1.5 L inline 4-cylinder engine that produces 68 horsepower. Then a facelifted version Hyundai Excel introduced in 1990 marked the beginning of the second generation (X2; 1990-1995). In North American market, Hyundai Excel was still available in Base, GL, GLS, and GS trim levels. As a 3-door and 5-door hatchback as well as a 4-door sedan, this generation Hyundai Excel got power from either a 1.3 L 4G13 or a 1.5 L inline 4-cylinder engine, engines were fitted along with 3-speed and 4-speed automatic as well as 4-speed and 5-speed manual transmissions.

Hyundai Excel Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As Hyundai's first front-wheel drive vehicle, Hyundai Excel may not do perfect in design. According to car repair statistics site, some Hyundai Excel owners have put forward some common problems based on their driving experience:
First, engine failure. Actually, as accumulation of mileage, engine failure is quite normal problem in nearly every car. However, it won't be normal if engine failure shows on Hyundai Excel prematurely. Hyundai Excel drivers said that engine performance reduced dramatically as overheating, misfiring, stalling or poor fuel economy. When accelerating, it loses power. As people also complained that they have to add coolant more often, so you are advised to check your Excel intake manifold gasket, Excel fan blade and Excel cylinder head gasket though Excel oil filter and Excel air filter must be checked.
Second, transmission failure. Based on Hyundai Excel owners' driving experience, some said that difficulty shifting gears, inaccurate gear readings and transmission slippage are all common signs. In fact, the Excel shift cable, Excel transfer case seal and Excel pilot bearing are often the culprits, you can check them first once similar symptoms appear.
The best maintenance way is always to take preventative measures rather than reaction measures, so you need keep an eye on your Hyundai Excel because some auto parts are wearing and tearing without notice. Some may like DIY, so the proper function of hood cable is very importance, or else, they may get hurt. While for driving safety, headlight, fog light and wiper blade need to be kept in order, so does the seat belt. If you also want to enjoy pleasure brought by driving, then the cabin air filter and antenna must work properly.
If you are a DIY fan and love replacing old parts by yourself, then you might as well choose a brand new from our huge selection of OEM Hyundai Excel auto parts at the lowest price in the market. Backed by the manufacturer's warranty, all genuine Hyundai Excel parts are better in reliability, quality and durability than aftermarket parts. Placing your order now and you can get all OEM Excel parts at the fastest delivery speed.