Hyundai Trajet

Hyundai Trajet

The Hyundai Trajet pronounced as tra-jay, stemmed from the French word, meaning “traveling from one point to one more”),) is an 7-seater multi-purpose automobile that was manufactured by Hyundai Motor Firm in between 1999 and 2008. The series was introduced in 1999 with the 2.0 GSI versions and an option of gasoline, diesel or LPG power, adhered to by the minimal version SE 2.7 V6 in 2001.

The Trajet versions have three rows of seats. A selection of sitting configurations enables extra luggage room, and the seats can be removed to fit larger things. The pole positions could revolve via 180 degrees to deal with the travelers at the back when the vehicle is stationary, as well as the back seats can additionally be become tables, making a digital office or outing location.
Hyundai Trajet 1999-2000 Factory Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2000-2001 Workshop Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2001-2002 Workshop Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2002-2003 <mechanical Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2004-2005 Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2006-2007 Workshop Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Trajet 2008 Workshop Service Repair Manual

Hyundai specified that Hyundai Starex is not the Trajet’s successor, considering that the Grand Starex is not a minivan. [citation required] The Kia-based Entourage is the closest point to direct follower, however it is only readily available in a minimal variety of markets. The Trajet contended in the same market segment as Kia Carnival and Toyota Sequoia.

Conventional equipment for the 2.0 GSI and also 2.0 CRTD GSI (diesel variation) included driver, passenger as well as side airbags, ABDOMINAL with EBD, power steering, safety belt pre-tensioners, front as well as rear air conditioning, electrical front and also back windows, stereo RDS radio/CD unit, double folding 2nd as well as third row seats (second and also third row seats are detachable), and moving external seats on 2nd row.

The Trajet price range for the UK market began at ₤ 15,495 for the 2.0 GSI handbook, rising to ₤ 18,345 for the 2.0 CRTD SE Automatic. With around ₤ 2,400 well worth of added tools for just ₤ 1,000 more than the price of the 2.0 GSI, nonetheless, the Trajet SE featured a DVD gamer, privacy glass, SmartNav satellite navigating, and also turning around sensing units as requirement. It was available with fuel or diesel motor, as well as manual or automatic transmissions, with rates starting at ₤ 16,495.

With the launch of the SE 2.7 V6, all previous Trajet models were updated. The gasoline 2.0 GSI gained from the CVVT engine formerly useded in the Coupe, raising power from 133 to 139 bhp (99 to 104 kW), while CO2 emissions dropped from 223 g/km to 208 g/km. Gas usage was likewise improved– the combined figure (typical intake on town as well as motorway driving) increased from 30.4 mpg to 32.5 mpg, imperial gallons (9.3 to 8.7 L/100 kilometres). All Trajets from this point forward included a third 3 factor seat belt in the rear, which suggested all travelers had the security of a full safety belt.