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Hyundai Amica Overview
The Hyundai Amica is classed as a City car and is produced by the South Korean automobile manufacturers Hyundai Motor Company. This vehicle has been in production since 1997 and was discontinued in 2011. This vehicle is also marketed as the Hyundai Atos and Hyundai Santro Xing amongst other names in other markets across the world. It is only known as the Amica in the UK. These cars are cute little cars which offer an amazing 5 year warranty. They are good fun to drive and are very cheap on fuel. There is not much room in this car but what do you expect from a city car? They are well equipped and cheap to buy but they have basic interior and poor engines. Does this sound anything like your experience of the Hyundai Amica?
Hyundai Amica History
The first generation (1997-2003) design was seen as being rather controversial with its small bubble like looks. There was a Hyundai Amica Prime introduced in 1999 which had a little less controversial design while still being easily recognisable as the Amica. The only engine available on this version was the 1.0L engine.
The second generation (2004-2009) was available with a 1.1L engine. It was discontinued in most parts of Europe in 2007 but was still in production in the UK until 2009. This car was replaced with the Hyundai i10.
The Hyundai Amica is available in 1.0 or 1.1L petrol engines. The 1.1L engine is the more economical engine and is the one used in the latest version of this car. It offers up to 51mpg which is good, but there are better engines on some other of the city cars. Which engine do you have and how does it perform in terms of fuel economy? Remember to consider the following factors when determining fuel economy: age, fuel type and engine size.
The Hyundai Amica is available in 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox do you have and how do you rate its performance? You can begin to search for your Amica gearbox parts at our Hyundai Gearbox parts page.
We have Hyundai Amica parts available at amazingly low prices. If you need parts for this car then you are certainly in the right place. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers with parts for all makes and models. You can either enter your vehicle details in our part finder or you can visit the Amica parts page to locate the exact parts you need for your vehicle.