Hyundai is one of the top car manufacturers in India. This year at the Auto Expo, they launched a number of new vehicles, that have even bagged plenty awards – for instance, the all new Hyundai Verna. But the one car that has instantly become a hit amongst the millenials, is the Hyundai i20 Elite 2018.Launched at the Auto Expo 2018 as well, the new i20 was launched with minor changes to the exterior of its previous model.
When you buy a new car, it is in top most condition – all shiny and everything seems to be working perfectly. But as you start to drive your vehicle on the Indian roads, you realise how frequently it requires servicing to remain in a good working condition. In this post, we’re sharing some expert tips on how to maintain your Hyundai car for even years after you buy it.
Santro has been one of the most popular cars on the Indian roads. Being an all time favourite amongst all age groups and income groups, it has easily remained the conventional Indian’s choice. That’s why last year, Hyundai announced that it is bringing back the its Hyundai Santro 2018 to India and that everyone will be able to get a first look at it at the Auto Expo 2018.
Here’s everything you want to know about the car that easily became a household name in India.
It’s a difficult task to buy a car when you have all age group people in your family especially kids. Especially when you want to buy a Hyundai car.
If you too have been confused about which car you should go for, with all the recent releases coming with power packed features, don’t fret. We’re here to make your job easier! Our experts have laid down very simple questions that will help you decide which Hyundai car you should be buying.
The number of vehicles on the road have been growing at an enormous speed. The traffic these days is beyond measure and reckless driving has become way too common. That’s why it is important for people to ensure their Hyundai vehicle brake system is working well at all times.
So, how do you know if your brakes are working well?
Here are a few signs that you always need to look out for.