- Advertisement -
Saturday, March 6, 2021

Hyundai Creta and the platform accelerated, the company’s sales increased by 24 percent

Must read

Hyundai, South Korea’s leading automaker, did better in January. The company recorded a sales growth of almost 24 per cent in the domestic market last January, according to a sales report released by the company. After the corona epidemic, business went slow and its positive impact was also on vehicle sales.

According to Hyundai Motor India, the company sold a total of 52,005 vehicles in the domestic market in January, up 23.8 per cent from January last year. The company sold a total of 42,002 units in January last year. Despite the company’s export market setback, the company exported a total of 8,100 units of vehicles during the period, up from 10,000 units in January last year.

Also read: The Maruti Alto failed, these cars grew, and the company’s sales rose slightly in January

Combined with sales figures for the two regions, the company sold a total of 60,105 units in January, up from 52,002 units in January last year. The company has recently introduced some new models in the market, which has helped to improve its sales.

On March 18 last year, the company launched its popular SUV Hyundai Creta in the next generation market, the i20 Facelift in November. However, a nationwide lockdown was announced just days after Creta hit the market. But the company’s online sales policy and many useful schemes have managed its sales.

Hyundai vehicle sales in January:

  • Hyundai Creta – 12,284
  • Hyundai i20 – 8,505
  • Hyundai platform – 11,779
  • Hyundai Grand i10 Nios – 10,865

The company sold a total of 12,284 units of Hyundai Creta in January, compared to 10,592 units in December. The company sold most of its Creta in October last year, compared to 12,017 units in November 2020, compared to 14,023 units sold in this SUV. On the other hand, the Hyundai platform also performed better and the company sold 11,779 units of this SUV in January.

.

More articles

Leave a Reply

Latest news