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201525 Nov

Hyundai Creta

 

Hyundai Motor India Limited has announced the success of Hyundai Creta which has recorded over 70,000 bookings and 340,000 enquiries in India and over 15,770 orders globally.

 

Commenting on the global success of Creta, Rakesh Srivastava, Sr. VP, Sales & Marketing, HMIL said, “The Hyundai CRETA launched in July as the perfect SUV is a trendsetter in the Indian market. CRETA heralded a new chapter in Hyundai’s success story across the world showcasing HMIL’s success of ‘Make in India’ manufacturing initiative. Now the CRETA goes global and we have received strong response from world markets. Our goal is to maximise our production to make 10,000 units of CRETA to meet the global customers’ demand while maintaining our leadership position in the domestic market. With another success story of CRETA, Hyundai reassures its commitment to the Indian market and promises to develop truly world class products.”

 

With Creta, HMIL has strengthened its position in the SUV segment in India and has demonstrated excellence of ‘Made in India’ products as per global standards. The Creta has received an overwhelming response in the Indian market and also in global markets such as Latin America (Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Panama), Middle East (Oman, UAE, and Saudi Arabia) and Africa (Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria). Hyundai will continue to maintain its leadership position in the export market with the strong sales of Creta and will export to new markets soon.

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