Everybody knows that Indian car bazaar is one of the most thriving and flourishing car market across the globe. Almost every global car brand is investing in the Indian car market and trying to woo consumers in every possible way. Every auto firm wishes its sales graph to go higher and higher every day, every month. To work on this graph, companies are trying to cajole the consumers by doling out new features in their cars. These days, big auto giants such as Volkswagen, Ford, Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai and Toyota are literally working their hearts out to woo customers at every level. They keep their products in the news, just with the help of introducing a feature or two, and grab the news highlights.Recently, many cars have been introduced with little facelifts and made the news like forest-fire. Let’s start with India’s biggest car company Maruti Suzuki. The firm of late launched Maruti A-Star’s face-lifted version, which was sprinkled with new and improved upholstery on the front seats, new alloy wheels and the much needed anti-lock braking system along with airbag option. It did help the firm to get its sales a notch higher than before.
Hyundai India has got some bad news for its consumers. The firm is planning to hike its car prices by 1.5 to 2% by the month of January 2012. In the month of November 2011, Hyundai India has done pretty well in terms of its sales. It saw a decent growth of about 28% as compared to the November last year. Reason behind this decent growth in November is the launch of Hyundai i10 LPG. The car has surely contributed considerably in the sales of the company. Also, Hyundai Santro and Hyundai Eon sales proved to be upright. In addition to this, Hyundai India’s reliance on exports has certainly aided the firm to flee from sluggish car sales in India recently.
Hyundai India has always surprised its consumers with its wide range of products and this time too, it has launched its much awaited small car, Hyundai EON in India recently. Hyundai EON so far has received an overwhelming response for the new car. Hyundai India is targeting to sell around 1.5 lakh Hyundai EONs every year. However, the single drawback with Hyundai EON is that it has been launched in petrol version only. The market condition is pretty evident as the petrol prices are rising high day by day. Therefore, Hyundai India is ready to roll out the LPG variant of Hyundai EON by early 2012. Hyundai EON LPG was recently captured in camera on the roads of Chennai during its test routine. Thus, it seems that the launch of Hyundai EON LPG will be done soon.
Hyundai EON has made a grand entry in Indian market today amid much floss and frolic. Resonating its petite size, Hyundai India has kept the price of the hatchback minimal at Rs 2.69 lakh for base variant and gradually increasing to Rs 3.71 lakh for high-end variant (all ex-showroom Delhi). In between this ambit, 4 more models are adjusted making to a total of 6 variants all in petrol, housing 814 cc-3 cylinder engine mated to 5 speed manual transmission. The cute little hatchback gives open challenge to Maruti Alto and claims to eat up its market share with great decree.
Hyundai India is here with its much awaited car Hyundai EON. The official launch of Hyundai EON will be done on 13th of October 2011. However, the teaser of Hyundai EON has been released. The teaser showcases a quick look of the car, which certainly looks stunning. Hyundai India is trying its level best and putting all its heart and soul to promote its new hatchback car in India. Hyundai EON is an effort from Hyundai Motors to give a cracking answer to the best selling small car in the country, Maruti Alto.
Hyundai India is totally soaked in the work of launching its small car, known as Hyundai Eon. Hyundai Eon will be launching on 13th October. This car is said to be the most affordable car by Hyundai India till now. Speculations suggest that Hyundai Eon price will start from Rs. 2.7 lakh (base variant). Hyundai Eon will be offered in 6 variants, which may comprise of Hyundai Eon D-Lite (O), Hyundai Eon D-Lite, Hyundai Eon Era, Hyundai Eon D-Lite Magna (O), Hyundai Eon Magna and the Hyundai Eon Sportz. Hyundai India has very high expectations from Hyundai Eon and this small car by Hyundai will directly compete with Maruti Alto. Maruti Alto is the bestselling car in this segment and being in competition with it, it would be a little difficult for Hyundai Eon to cope up and have more sales than Maruti Alto.
There is a lot of turmoil in the car market of India these days. This festive season is seeing so many new car launches. Hyundai Motors is not left behind and has aggressively launched its new small car, Hyundai EON, to claim its market share. As per the latest reports, Hyundai EON, which is the new small car manufactured by the South Korean auto major is landing in showrooms for sale from October 13thof 2011. The bookings for the car have already commenced from October 1st. The full length Hyundai Eon Review suggests that car has many elegant features. It has a cool ‘Fluidic design’, has higher roofline and very nice overall styling as revealed by the Hyundai EON Pictures.
Hyundai Motors is gearing up to introduce its small car Hyundai Eon in India next month. The Hyundai Eon is expected to challenge the unbeatab Maruti Alto in the segment. The localized production of Hyundai Eon at the Chennai plant has begun. The Hyundai Eon price in India is expected to be around the range Rs 2.5 lakhs for the base variant. Hyundai Eon is expected to be launched in India by October 14th, however, the bookings for the small car are likely to begin from 1st October itself. None other than Hyundai Motors global chairman, Mr. Mong-Koo Chung is expected to come down to India for attending the launch event of Hyundai Eon. The Hyundai Eon is the much acclaimed project of Hyundai Motors and has been envisaging to introduce a potential challenger of Maruti Alto in India for a long time.
Hyundai Motors is all set and ready to launch its new compact car, Hyundai Eon in the Indian car market. Details of Hyundai Eon was recently unveiled and the specifications are certainly to die for. This small car, Hyundai Eon comes with 814cc of petrol engine, and is expected to beat India’s highest selling car, Maruti Alto. After Maruti India, Hyundai is the second best car maker in the country and with the launch of Hyundai Eon; it would be like the clash of the titans.
Hyundai India and Maruti India are the leading manufacturers in the hatchback segment and the rivalry between both the car brands is well-known. After taking upon Maruti India in the B and B segment in the car market, now Hyundai India is all set to target Maruti Alto in the A segment cars with Hyundai Eon. MSI is known to sell 25,000-30,000 units of Maruti Alto every month that is available in six variants.