It has just been a month since the launch of the all-new 7-seater Hyundai Alcazar and the car is been at the top of the chart in its segment leaving behind big names like MG Hector Plus and Tata Safari. This hype about the car is obvious as the Alcazar underpins the best-selling SUV, the Hyundai Creta accompanied by the brand value that the company provides. This best-selling 7-seater SUV, Hyundai Alcazar achieved a sale of 3103 units last month against the sale of 1360 units in May 2021 translating to an MoM growth of 128%.
Tata Safari on the other hand also showed similar growth in the initial months however sales slowed down after the initial phase and managed to make a sale of 1730 units. And talking about the MG Hector which last month sold in a total of 3002 units as compared to the sale of 1231 units in May 2021, recording a massive 144 per cent growth on an MoM basis. While the Mahindra XUV500 registered 633 units sale against 217 units sold in May 2021 generating an MoM growth of 192 per cent.
This 7-seater SUV isn’t a proper 7-seater as the car is also available in the 6-seater variant option that makes the middle row more comfortable allowing the bench seats to be replaced by two captain seats with a single armrest. Unlike its 5-seater sibling Hyundai Creta, the Alcazar is available in only two engine options which are the 2.0-litre four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine generating a maximum power output of 159 PS and max torque of 191 Nm, the other engine option is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine generating maximum power of 115 PS and maximum torque up to 250 Nm. both these engines come mated with a standard 6-speed manual transmission with an option of a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission system.
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