Hyundai Cars in India

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Hyundai, the second largest car manufacturer in India, has brought in a lot of competition and freshness that ultimately the Indian customers are spoilt for choices. Second only to Maruti, Hyundai cars have now strengthened their presence in the Indian car market.
Of all the Hyundai cars in India, the most popular are the hatchbacks. The average Indian customer prefers compact type of car that is easily maneuvered and is fuel-efficient. This is where the Hyundai cars score. Add to this the fact that most of them come with additional safety and other features. While Hyundai Santro and its variants gave Maruti a run for its money, the new players like Eon, i10 and i20 have become the most popular cars on Indian roads.
In the sedan segment, Hyundai cars like Verna and Sonata are not only stylish and elegant from outside, but also offer plush, comfortable interiors. The latest addition to the fleet, the Grand i10, has already captured the imagination of the customers.
When it comes to SUVs, Hyundai offers you two elegant vehicles – Santa Fe and Tuscon. While Santa Fe has hit the market and is giving tough competition to cars like Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Toyota Fortuner, another SUV, Tuscon is also expected to make its appearance on Indian roads soon. The other car to look forward is the sedan named ‘Xcent’.
The Hyundai sales and service network is so widespread that it boasts of having the second largest sales and service network in India after Maruti Suzuki.
The success of Hyundai cars in India can be attributed to a thorough understanding of the market and adaptability to Indian conditions. The fact that some of these cars come with customized changes to suit the Indian market prove that Hyundai is here to play a long innings.

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