Hyundai Mighty II

The Hyundai Mighty II (hangul:현대 마이티 투, 현대 마이티 II) is a line of light truck commercial vehicles by Hyundai Motor Company. The range was primarily available in Korea and some other Asian countries, although it was also sold in the United States during the late 1990s and up current. Mighty II in manufactured from March 1998 with the first cars going to Korea, Manufacturing began in 1998 with Korea, Asia in Hyundai and United States in Bering. Other European and American countries which saw import or manufactures of the Mighty II included the Europe, Mid-east and North America. In many markets the Mighty II was very expensive and was replaced by the Hyundai Truck when that model became available for worldwide market in the early 1998 and ended in 2004[1].

Hyundai Mighty II
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Overview
ManufacturerHyundai Motor Company
ProductionWorldwide
DesignerHyundai Motor Company Design Center
Body and chassis
ClassTruck (Rear wheel drive vehicles)
Body styleTruck (standard cab, crew cab)
RelatedBering MS
Kia Pamax
Powertrain
TransmissionHyundai (manual)
Allison (automatic)
Chronology
PredecessorHyundai Mighty
SuccessorHyundai e-Mighty

The overseas was another important market for the Mighty II - to the extent that it was manufactured there from the 1990s using many local components.

Most models of the truck are distinguishable by a front 'Mighty II' and 'Mighty II HSV' badge, but the common Hyundai badge is usually used on the rear.

In United States, its principal competitors are Bering MS[N 1], Mitsubishi Fuso FE, Chevrolet W-Series, GMC W-Series, Isuzu N-Series and the UD 1200/1300/1400. and Japan competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Canter, Isuzu Elf, UD Atlas, Toyota Dyna, Hino Dutro.

ModelsEdit

Hyundai Mighty II is a truck design by Hyundai Motor Company Jeonju Design Center, Rebadged in Bering MS, Manufacture period: Wide Cab - 1998-2004 (from 2004 manufacturing to Hyundai e-Mighty), Narrow Cab QT - 1998-current

Current modelsEdit

Current models for sale include the HD65, HD72 and the HD78. The digits give the maximum gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) in hundreds of kilograms, so the HD65 has a GVWR of 6,500 kilograms (14,300 lb), for instance. There is a choice of four cabs (Narrow, Standard/Wide, Super and Double Cab) and two wheelbases (Short and Long Wheelbase), but not all combinations are available for each model.[2]

Model Cab Wheelbase Track F/R Width (overall) Wheelbase Length (overall) Height (overall)
HD65 Narrow Short F:1,475 mm (58.1 in)
R:1,435 mm (56.5 in)
1,760 mm (69 in) 2,550 mm (100 in) 4,885 mm (192.3 in) 2,195 mm (86.4 in)
Long 3,375 mm (132.9 in) 5,925 mm (233.3 in)
Standard (Wide) Short F:1,665 mm (65.6 in)
R:1,495 mm (58.9 in)
2,000 mm (79 in) 2,750 mm (108 in) 5,165 mm (203.3 in)
Long 3,375 mm (132.9 in) 5,970 mm (235 in)
Super Long 3,570 mm (141 in) 6,270 mm (247 in)
Double Long 3,375 mm (132.9 in) 5,970 mm (235 in)
HD72 Standard (Wide) Short F:1,650 mm (65 in)
R:1,495 mm (58.9 in)
2,750 mm (108 in) 5,120 mm (202 in) 2,265 mm (89.2 in)
Long 3,735 mm (147.0 in) 6,624 mm (260.8 in)
Super Long
HD78 Standard (Wide) Short F:1,667 mm (65.6 in)
R:1,495 mm (58.9 in)
2,780 mm (109 in) 5,195 mm (204.5 in) 2,270 mm (89 in)
Long 3,735 mm (147.0 in) 6,624 mm (260.8 in)
Super Long

There are a choice of six engines available, all four-cylinder diesels from the Hyundai's D4 engine family.[2][3][4]

Model Emissions Aspiration Displacement
(Bore × Stroke)
Power Torque HD65 Narrow HD65 Wide HD72 HD78
D4AF General Natural 3,568 cm3 (217.7 cu in)
104 mm × 105 mm (4.1 in × 4.1 in)
100 PS (74 kW)
@3,400 RPM
24 kg⋅m (235 N⋅m; 174 lbf⋅ft)
@2,000 RPM
  Yes   Yes   No   No
D4AL Euro I Turbocharged; intercooled 3,298 cm3 (201.3 cu in)
100 mm × 105 mm (3.9 in × 4.1 in)
115 PS (85 kW)
@3,400 RPM
29 kg⋅m (284 N⋅m; 210 lbf⋅ft)
@2,000 RPM
  Yes
D4DB Euro II 3,907 cm3 (238.4 cu in)
104 mm × 115 mm (4.1 in × 4.5 in)
130 PS (96 kW)
@2,900 RPM
38 kg⋅m (373 N⋅m; 275 lbf⋅ft)
@1,600 RPM
  No   Yes
D4DB-d Euro II 120 PS (88 kW)
@2,900 RPM
30 kg⋅m (294 N⋅m; 217 lbf⋅ft)
@2,000 RPM
  Yes   No
D4DC Euro I Natural 120 PS (88 kW)
@3,200 RPM
  No   Yes
D4DD Euro III Turbocharged; intercooled 140 PS (103 kW)
@2,800 RPM
38 kg⋅m (373 N⋅m; 275 lbf⋅ft)
@1,600 RPM
  No

Model name (South Korea)Edit

Wide Cab
  • Gold
  • Super
  • Deluxe
Narrow Cab QT
  • Super
  • Hi-Super
  • HD78

Ton typeEdit

Wide Cab
  • 2.5t, 3.5t
Narrow Cab QT
  • 3.5t, 5.2t

LineupEdit

Other special vehicle models in Hyundai commercial vehicles

  • Standard Cab Low Long Cargo (2.5t, 2t QT, 2.5t QT)
  • Standard Cab Shot Cargo (2.5t, 2t QT, 2,5t QT)
  • Standard Cab Long Cargo (2.5t, 3.5t, 2t QT, 2.5t QT)
  • Double Crew Cab Long Cargo (2.5t)
  • Standard Cab Shot Dump (2.5t, 3.5t, 2t QT, 2.5t QT)

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Meanwhile Bering Trucks was forced to cease operations (in 2001).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hyundai Mighty II / HD65/72/75". Trucksplanet. Retrieved 2017-11-17.
  2. ^ a b "HD65/72/78". Hyundai Worldwide. 2016. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Automotive Diesel". Hyundai Auto Tech. 2006. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
  4. ^ "HD65/HD72/HD78 Hyundai Light Duty Truck" (PDF). Hyundai Worldwide. Archived from the original on 6 December 2016. Retrieved 28 November 2016.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)