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(Images from Hyundai PH) The Hyundai Reina is a simple budget car meant for the daily drive. Under its hood is a 1.4L in-line four-cylinder gasoline engine which produces 95 horsepower and 132 Newton meters of torque. This number is actually very modest. It is then paired with either a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission. As we have previously mentioned in a review of the Reina, it is a very basic car as it just gives you what it really promises – adequate power
Let’s see what powers the Hyundai Reina as we take a peek under its hood! What’s under is the hood is a 1.4L in-line four-cylinder gasoline engine which produces 95 horsepower and 132 Newton meters of torque. It is paired with either a five-speed manual transmission, priced at PhP 683,000, or a four-speed automatic transmission priced at PhP 733,000. As a very basic car, the Reina just gives you what it really says – adequate power for a road car that’s meant for the city, and occasional trips o
The Hyundai Reina is a basic car with a very friendly price point especially to first car owners. Let’s see what’s more in this review of the Hyundai Reina. (Images from Hyundai PH) Maybe this is the first time you are acquainted with the Hyundai Reina. Maybe you have seen it but not sure where, juts like that school or office crush you have where you kind of see him or her (or any pronoun) anywhere but not particularly somewhere, only to find he or she has a twin or an older brother or sister!
In lieu of a Nitpicker’s Guide, it’s only proper to write about how value for money the Hyundai Reina is. The Reina is the representative of Hyundai in the subcompact sedan segment. It is sleek, it is simple, and a good first car. At about over PhP 700,000, let’s see what’s good and not in the Reina’s price range. And yes, we are going to compare the Reina to other cars in its segment. To do this, we will highlight some aspects and features of the Reina, what it is good for, and what could have