1999 Hyundai XG 3.0 AT

1999 Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
1999 XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
1999 Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
1999 XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
1999 Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)
1999 XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp)

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Body typeSedan
Power192 Hp
Engine Displacement3000 cm3 or 3L or 183 cu-in
Transmission GearboxAutomatic
Fuel TypeGasoline
Drive wheelFF
Mileage155342 Miles
Price (out of date)$970

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the body type, Hyundai XG Sedan 1999?Sedan, 5 Seats, 4 Doors
What is the fuel economy, Hyundai XG XG 1999?13.8 l/100 km
How much power, 1999 Hyundai XG 3.0 AT?192 Hp
What is the engine size, Hyundai XG 1999 Sedan 3.0 AT (192 Hp)?3L or 2972cm3
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, 1999 Hyundai XG Sedan 3.0 AT (192 Hp)?Automatic transmission 5
What is the drivetrain, Hyundai XG Sedan 1999?Front
How long is this vehicle, Hyundai XG XG 1999?4865 mm
How wide is the vehicle, 1999 Hyundai XG 3.0 AT?1825 mm
What is the gross weigh, Hyundai XG 1999 Sedan 3.0 AT (192 Hp)?2170 kg
How much trunk (boot) space, 1999 Hyundai XG Sedan 3.0 AT (192 Hp)?410 l

Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Specs

General information

Complectation name3.0 AT
Production start year1998
Production end year2003
Drive typeFront
Frame typeSedan
Transmission typeAutomatic transmission 5
Engine volume, cc2972
Frame nameXG
0 to 100 time9.1
Clearance, mm175
Manufacturing countrySouth Korea

Engine, transmission and steering specs

Engine specs

Engine nameG6CT
FuelPetrol (Gasoline)
Engine typeV6
Has turbono
Max power, hp192
Max power RPM, rpm5700
Max power, hp (kWt) / rpm163 (120) / 6200
Max torque, N*m260
Max torque RPM, rpm4000
Max torque, N*m (kg*m) / rpm230 (23) / 3750
Valves per cylinder4
Compression ratio10
Bore, mm91.1
Stroke, mm76

Fuel consumption



Power steeringyes


Frame dimensions

Exterior length, mm4865
Exterior width, mm1825
Exterior height, mm1420

Interior dimensions

Seat rows2

Chassis dimensions

Wheel base, mm2750
Turning radius, m5.5
Wheel spacing front1540
Wheel spacing rear1530

Weight and permissible load

Mass, kg1520
Max. weight2170


Fuel tank capacity, l70
Trunk volume410

Suspension specs

Suspension specs

Front suspensionIndependent on double wishbones
Rear stablilizeryes
Rear suspensionIndependent on double wishbones

Wheel rims

Aluminium wheelyes


Front wheels205/65 R15
Rear wheels205/65 R15


Front brakeVentilated discs
Rear brakeDiscs



Halogen headlightsyes
Front fog lampsyes

Side mirrors

Power adjustable door mirrorsyes
Door mirrors heatingyes


Rear glass heatyes


Steering wheel and center panel

Leather windingyes
Adjustable steeringyes

Interior design

Cloth upholsteryno
Leather upholsteryyes

Electric interior package

Power ajustable front seatyes
Front seat heateryes
Centralized door lockyes
Power window frontyes
Power window rearyes



Drivers airbagyes
Passengers airbagyes
Side airbagyes

Electronic security and traffic control systems

traction controlyes
Cruise controlyes



Automatic air conditioningyes

Audio systems

Additional sound equipment6 speakers

Additional amenities

Onboard computeryes

Car safety


Driver Kit

Spare tireyes

1999 Hyundai XG XG 3.0 AT (192 Hp) specs

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