Hyundai Trajet Oil Type

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Hyundai Trajet

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You can find 3 different trims for the Hyundai Trajet and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2000 through to 2008 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

A 7-seat multi-purpose vehicle spanning a little under a decade from 1999 to 2008, the Trajet was created by the South Korean company Hyundai.

Available in either a gasoline or diesel engine, the Trajet premiered first at the London Moto Fair, UK, an exhibition held biannually at Earls Court Exhibition Centre which has seen the reveal of other cars such as the Infiniti Q60, the MG GS and the upgraded Noble M600.

Trajet is a French word that roughly translated means ‘to travel from one point to another.’

Three rows of seating could be fitted to allow for two additional passengers when compared to the MPV standard, the front seats could swivel 180 degrees which turned into a seating arrangement conducive to meetings or an in-car picnic.

Features included seat belt pre-tensioners, air conditioning, power-assisted seating, surround airbags and all electric windows.

Seatbelt tensioning was an automatic feature that activated upon a potential collision; the seatbelts would tighten to prevent injuries like whiplash caused by a sharp jarring of the body.

Updated for the 2004 model, the Trajet offered several trim levels, the top end came with a fitted DVD player, privacy glass, a satellite navigation system and reverse sensors to aid with parking.

Along with changes made internally, the facelift also came with improved fuel consumption meaning the range moved from 30.4 mpg to 32.5 mpg. Hyundai offered a 5-year unlimited mileage warranty to show their confidence in the vehicle which was even transferable to new owners (again, unlimited).

When production ended in 2008, no clear successor was announced because the vehicle that followed directly was not strictly a minivan (the Grand Starex). Customers looking for a replacement however were guided towards the Kia Carnival.