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Hyundai cars are top sellers in the used car market


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Hyundai is a Korean conglomerate that operates in 193 countries around the world. They were the first foreign car manufacturer to setup shop in India, after the reforms of the 1990s. In 1996 Hyundai India was formed and they began manufacturing cars at their factory in Sriperambudur near Chennai. When Hyundai came to India their only competition in the small car segment was Maruti. The Hyundai Santro was the first car they released in India and it was a runaway success. Since then Hyundai used cars have been a boon for Indian consumers.

Within a couple of years of starting operations in India, Hyundai quickly became the second largest car maker in India. Their cars had a reputation of being easy to drive and maintain. In addition to this, over the years they have built up a huge network of sales and service points which has helped customers.

Most people choose a second hand car as they do not wish to spend money on an expensive new car. Hyundai changed the dynamics of India’s second hand car market with their affordable cars. This meant that for the first time, the Indian customer had a choice among small cars. As the sales of cars grew rapidly so did the market for used Hyundai cars. Many people were able to buy their first car which was a Hyundai used car thanks to the low price and maintenance cost.

Hyundai has been in India for the last 15 years and is now one of the top car manufacturers in the country. Their success can be attributed to the fact that even though they have stopped producing the Santro, it’s still in demand as a used Hyundai car. The Xing, I10, I20 and the Hyundai Accent are also some he other popular Hyundai used cars that are doing well in the second hand car market.

The iconic models that Hyundai has introduced in India include the famous Hyundai Santro, which was followed by the Hyundai Accent GTX, which redefined India’s outlook towards sedans. This was followed by the Hyundai Santro XING, which was an upgrade on the previous version. The Hyundai Sonata Gold was a hot favorite among those wanted a powerful car that also delivered value for money. It was India’s first C segment car that was locally manufactured. The second hand market has a waiting list for this used Hyundai car. The Hyundai Accent Viva and Hyundai Accent CRDi were diesel variants of the popular Accent brand and they sold very well as they were ideally suited for urban Indian commuting. They were perfect to drive and be driven in and wit diesel being cheaper than petrol their sales were high. The Hyundai Getz still is one of the top selling used Hyundai diesel car in India. The Getz was the best diesel hatchback while it was in production. Most second hand car dealers like to sell Hyundai used cars as they are reliable and easy to maintain.

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