Hyundai Cars In Mumbai
Hyundai Motor Company was later established in 1967. The South Korean carmaker has it’s headquarter located at seul. Currently, Hyundai has six research and development centres in the world, located in South Korea (three offices), Germany, Japan and India. Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) exports passenger cars to more than 110 countries from India such as Europe, Australia, Africa, Middle East, Latin America and throughout Asia.
Hyundai launched its first car santro which was the most popular car so far as it was advertised as a family car. The two manufacturing plants of Hyundai are located near Chennai and Tamil Nadu with a combined capacity of 600,000 units annually. The R & D facility is located in Hyderabad. The word Hyundai means modern which the company tries to strive through its products, bringing modern technology and styles for every model. The symbol h in Hyundai is pretty thoughtful too as it represents Hyundai shaking hands with its customers, symbolizing trust.
The company had the most success with santro, though the gets did not do that well, the i10 and i20 are new forever favourites in the Indian market. Providing additional features compared to its competitors, these two cars are advertised as budget friendly premium cars in India. Currently, all Hyundai cars in India include 10 car models which have 5 Hatchbacks, 3 Sedans and 2 SUVs. The cheapest Hyundai model is the EON which has a starting price of Rs. 3.35 Lakh and the most expensive Hyundai car model is the Tucson priced at Rs. 18.64 Lakh. Apart from i10 and i20, creta is one of the most popular cars in the Indian market starting at rs.9.5l.
Hyundai has changed the market flow and up his game with its launch of the new santro this year. The family favourite car is getting a lot of traction again and is estimated to be one of the top selling cars that are under 5l.
Upcoming Hyundai cars of 2018-2019 include Elantra 2019, Carlino, Santa Fe 2019, Grand i10 2019, Sonata, Kona Electric, EON. With the Kona electric providing the fourth fuel option of an electric battery, it is estimated to be priced below RS. 30L. The new launches of Hyundai cars will have a price list between rs. 4.5l for new i10 to rs.27l for its premium XUV Santa Fe.
Below is the list of all Hyundai cars available in India: