Hyundai, positioned second in Indian car market has another feather to it’s already much decorated cap. The reason for bringing such a pleasing situation has been none other than India’s one of the most loved car till date, the Santro.
Gathering all the love from India and abroad, Hyundai has reached a milestone of exporting more than 5 lakh Santros, a feat not reached so far by many Indian car.
Santro is called Amika in UK, Dodge Atos in Mexico, and Kia Visto in South Korea. Since 1999, Hyundai has been responsible to bring smile on the faces of many Indian families who look for a superb performer under a budget beyond the Maruti stable.
Hyundai Santro’s feat of achieving a 5 lakh export mark is not achieved by many cars but it’s surely going to further enhance the brand value of the company by many times.
Providing you an insight, Santro is proudly manufactured in India and exported to more than 80 countries worldwide. Along with its trump card Santro, Hyundai also exports the i10, 120 and Accent. It is also planning to export i30 when it’s launched in the near future. Hyundai also has an amazing 57% market share as far as exports of cars are concerned.
With this we gear up for the next phase of growth and remain committed to bringing world class products and service to our customers
MD and CEO of Hyundai, India operations, Mr. H.W. Park was quoted as saying.
Compliments matter a lot in the enchanting yet competition marred Indian automobile market and it’s a hope that the new cars from Hyundai like i30, i45 and the New Verna would be able to cast the same spell in India and abroad.
Indian car market is set to see a war of price and quality in near future as many cars are soon going to be launched. The opportunities in the market has been so tempting that it has even forced premium and luxury car maker Mercedes to come up with its small car soon. The whole beneficiary of all these are definitely going to be the end-users as they would get wide range of options to choose from.
It also means that the market scenario is going to change soon as it would no longer be a seller’s market but a buyer’s paradise.