Hyundai XG250 XG300 XG350 2003 Workshop Manual
Hyundai XG Workshop Manual contains: Body (Interior & Exterior); Body Electrical System; Brake System; Clutch System; Emissions Control System; Engine Electrical System; Fuel System (Delta Engine); Fuel System (Sigma Engine); General Information; Heating. Ventilation; Restraints; Steering System; Suspension System; Transaxle; Transmission,
Hyundai XG business class sedan was launched in Korea in 1998. The model was sold in the markets of America and Europe, at home this car was known as the third-generation Grandeur.
Hyundai XG, created on a common platform with the Kia Opirus sedan, was equipped with 2.5 and 3.0 liter V6 gasoline engines. The first power unit was combined with a five-speed “mechanics” or a four-speed “automatic”, the second – a five-speed automatic transmission.
At the end of 2002, the Koreans introduced an updated sedan with a new V6 3.5 engine rated at 197 forces and a revised design.
In 2003, Hyundai XG officially debuted in the Russian market. We offered sedans with engines V6 2.5 (160 hp) and V6 3.0 (192 hp) in combination with “automatic machines”. The car cost from 34 thousand dollars, and its competitors were, for example, Toyota Camry or Nissan Maxima.
Production of the model was completed in 2005. In Russia, the successor to this sedan was the fourth-generation Hyundai Grandeur.
- Body (Interior & Exterior)
- Body Electrical System
- Brake System
- Clutch System
- Driveshalt and Axle
- Emissions Control System
- Engine Electrical System
- Engine Mechanical System V6 3.0-3.5
- Fuel System (Delta Engine)
- Fuel System (Sigma Engine)
- General Information
- Heating. Ventilation
- Steering System
- Suspension System
- Transaxle, Transmission