Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL) recently introduced the Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition. Having sold 79,608 units of the next-gen Hyundai Verna in an year, this sure was the best way to celebrate the completion of an year, of an award winning model. The anniversary edition of the Hyundai Verna will be available in the top specs variant – SX(O). The model is introduced in both petrol and diesel, and will come in two of the most rich body colours – Marina Blue and Polar White.
In our previous blog, we shared some actionable tips on how to choose your first Hyundai car. But after a lot of questions from our customers, we decided to actually recommend one model to you this time. Yes, we want to make it easier for you to decide which Hyundai car should you be buying if it is the first one for you. Here’s every reason to buy Hyundai Eon as your first vehicle.
If you’re planning to buy yourself the first car by this Diwali or New Years, this one is for you. We know that it took you a while to learn how to drive and get confident driving your existing cars on the busy roads. And now that it is time to buy your own, you are again not sure which Hyundai vehicle to choose. You don’t want to splurge and end up not being able to drive it too well, incurring too many maintenance costs; at the same time, you definitely don’t want to end up investing in a vehicle you’d regret driving for years and eventually give up on. Here are some simple tips to choose your first Hyundai car.
Hyundai Elite i20 is a beautiful hatchback. It is a budget vehicle with simple interiors and comforting exteriors. Buy Hyundai Elite i20, and you will be assured of good mileage and minimum parking headaches. The good news is Hyundai recently launched a new version of the vehicle at a starting price of INR 5.35 lac. Here’s why you should buy Hyundai Elite i20 – every little reason.
So, we have good news!
Hyundai India is proud to announce that its 8 millionth car has been rolled out from the brand’s manufacturing unit in Chennai, and it is a Hyundai Creta. That’s right! Hyundai may have sold more than 5.3 million cars in the country, but in the past one decade, 2.7 million vehicles have been manufactured here in India for global consumption.