As Hyundai India prepares for new gen i20 launch, as expected, current model is slowly and surely becoming unavailable at dealerships here. What can be termed as stock clearance now entails a discount of Rs 19,000 on top end Hyundai i20 Asta diesel, and Rs 22,000 on petrol Asta.
Hyundai India has already confirmed that they are bringing a new premium hatchback to India, which will be placed above the existing i20. It was earlier thought that this car is going to be i30, but that is not the case.
Hyundai Motor India has issued a voluntarily recall to replace Santa Fe’s Stop Lamp Switch for the model year 2011. This is to protect cars against a potential malfunction, and there’s no cost consideration for customers. Hyundai India is voluntarily recalling 2437 Santa Fe SUV’s of the 2011 model year in India for the manufacturing period 26 June 2011 – 26 September 2013. Affected owners will be notified in a phased manner.
Hyundai’s Indian counterpart HMIL is a fully owned subsidiary of the South Korean automobile major. Hyundai Motor India Limited currently manages nine plants in surrounding countries (including India’s own Chennai plant). Now the parent company expects HMIL to govern more plants located worldwide. For starters, some European facilities may fall in the list.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) organised an unique i20 Reverse Revolution Drive at Phoenix Marketcity, Bangalore to throw light on segment first features including rear parking camera with display in the cabin mirror, reverse parking with sensors and Electro Chromic mirror.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL)reports domestic sales of 35,248 units and exports of 14,974 units with cumulative sales of 50,222 units for the month of April 2014 as compared to 56,953 vehicles in April 2013.
New Delhi, April 30, 2014: Hyundai Motor India Ltd, the country’s largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer, is back again with its nationwide service initiative – ‘Always Around’ campaign in a mega avatar for the eighth consecutive year.
In January 2014, Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL), the country’s second largest car manufacturer and the largest passenger car exporter registered domestic sales of 33,405 units, which equated to 2.6% sales decline when compared with 34,302 cars sold in January 2013.