Hyundai i40 PDF Workshop and Repair manuals

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Hyundai i40 2011 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 16Mb Download
Hyundai i40 2012 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 33.9Mb Download
Hyundai i40 2014 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 9.7Mb Download
Hyundai i40 2015 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 50.5Mb Download
Hyundai i40 2016 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 14Mb Download
Hyundai i40 2017 – PDF Owner’s Manuals.pdf 11.6Mb Download


Hyundai i40

Hyundai i40 – a large family car of the middle class of the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai, intended for the European market. It shares its platform with the North American Hyundai Sonata. Sales i40 began in early 2011 after it was shown at the Geneva Motor Show, first in the body of the station wagon, and then in the back of the sedan. The car was developed in the European research center Hyundai’s European R & D, located in Rüsselsheim, Germany. The design of the Korean worked Thomas Bürkle, the former chief designer of BMW.

In some markets (such as the US) Sonata is sold as a separate model, where the i40 is not sold. i40 is produced at the Ulsan plant in South Korea. The i40 was released in Europe and South Korea in September 2011, followed by a sedan in January 2012, also available in Australia and New Zealand.


i40 is designed in the typical Hyundai style – “liquid sculpture”, the car was released in Europe initially as a station wagon (sold as an i40 Tourer), then as a sedan at the end of 2011. The volume of the trunk is 553 liters, increases to 1719 liters with the rear seats folded.


On Hyundai i40 three engines are available: 1,7 l. diesel in three versions (116 hp, 136 hp, 141 hp) and three petrol 1.6 liters. GDI (135 hp), 2.0 L MPI (150 hp), 2.0 L GDI (177 hp). The BlueDrive option includes the Stop & Go intelligent system (ISG), a start-stop system, and 16-inch tires with low rolling resistance, resulting in a reduction in CO2 emissions to 113g / km on the diesel engine.

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