Hyundai India is one of the few key contenders that move India on its wheels. Hyundai has sizzled Indian streets by introducing some superb cars and they will continue doing so. Hyundai cars are known for their fluidic outfits, powerful mills and lustrous interiors. This makes them look special and every car lover eagerly waits for their new updates and information. Earlier we disclosed that Hyundai India is gearing up to bring back its luxury sedan Hyundai Elantra in Indian auto industry with fluidic sculpture. The D segment already accommodates so many luxury saloons fighting each other to sustain in this fastest growing Indian market. So, it will be quite interesting to see how Hyundai Elantra Fluidic will perform in Indian market, especially when there already exist some big names like Jetta and Cruze.
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 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.