New and used Hyundai Atos price in Ghana

New and used Hyundai Atos price in Ghana

The Hyundai Atos, also known as the Hyundai Amica, Atoz, Atos, and Santro in some markets, is a city car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai. It was introduced in 1997 as a replacement for the Hyundai Excel and aimed at the city car market segment, offering affordability and compact dimensions suitable for urban environments.

How much is Hyundai Atos?

Model YearPrice in Cedis Ghana (GHC)
Hyundai Atos 200520,000
Hyundai Atos 2006 – 200725,000
Hyundai Atos 200830,000
Hyundai Atos 2009 – 201035,000

Design

  • First Generation (1997-2002)
  • The initial design of the Atos was characterized by its tall body, which allowed for a spacious interior despite its compact dimensions.
  • The front-end featured large, rounded headlights, a high-mounted grille, and a generally bubbly aesthetic.
  • The tall design continued to the rear, offering ample headroom and cargo space for a car of its size.

Second Generation (2003-2007)

  • This generation, often referred to as the Atos Prime or Amica in some markets, brought a more refined and modern design.
  • The headlights became more angular, and the grille was integrated into the front bumper for a smoother appearance.
  • The body retained its tall stance but featured more curves and design details, giving it a more contemporary feel.

Specifications

First Generation (1997-2002)

  • Engine: Commonly powered by a 1.0L gasoline engine, producing around 55-58 hp.
  • Transmission: Offered with a 5-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic transmission.
  • Performance: Given its city car classification, the Atos was not built for high performance but rather efficiency and maneuverability in urban settings.

Second Generation (2003-2007)

  • Engine: The primary engine remained a 1.0L gasoline unit, but with slightly improved power outputs.
  • Transmission: The 5-speed manual continued to be standard, with some markets getting a 4-speed automatic option.
  • Performance: While still focused on city driving, improvements in engine technology and weight distribution gave this generation slightly better acceleration and fuel efficiency.

Available models and their released dates

First Generation (1997-2002)

  • Launched in 1997, this model went by different names in various markets, with Atos being the most commonly used name.

Second Generation (2003-2007)

  • Released in 2003, this iteration also bore different names across markets. For example, it was known as the Atos Prime in many regions, while the UK market labeled it the Amica.

After 2007, the Hyundai Atos name was phased out in many markets, making way for newer Hyundai models like the i10. However, the Atos’s legacy as a budget-friendly and efficient city car remains, having provided reliable service to many during its production years.

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