Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Corporation and India’s largest exporter of passenger cars, posted a growth of 3.9% in the month of September. The domestic sales, however, plummeted to 30.851 units as against 35,955 units sold last year September.
Talking about the sales, Mr Rakesh Srivastava, Vice President, National Sales, HMIL said, “We expect the suppressed demand would improve on account of festive purchases as the demand peaks during this period. The new Elantra, a modern premium brand has received an overwhelming customer response making it a top performer in the executive segment.”
Hyundai sold 46,414 units of its A2 segment that includes cars like Eon, Santro, i10, and i20, 6,287 units of A3 Segment cars like Accent and Verna, 781 units of A4 Segment like the Elantra, 20 units of A5 segment cars like Sonata and 56 units of SUV 56 like Santa Fe.