Hyundai has been the 2nd biggest car manufacturer in the Indian market for over a long period of time and with a wide range of models ranging from small hatchbacks like Santro to large 7-seaters like Tucson. Hyundai Motors recorded a sale of 46,866 units last month against the sale of 45,809 units in August 2020 making YoY growth of 2 per cent and the highest sales were accumulated by the mid-size SUV Hyundai Creta which sold a total of 12,597 units last month translating to about 406 units of sale in a single day and about 17 units of sale per hour which is far more than the sale of 11,758 units in August 2021.
Although Creta has been an undefeated best-selling mid-size SUV for quite a long time followed by its Korean cousin Kia Seltos, but unlike every month last month best selling crown was taken away by none other than Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza which got ahead of the competition by just 309 units. But never the less Creta remains miles ahead of other SUVs in all the other charts. Recently Hyundai has also launched the 6-/7-seater version of Creta which is the Hyundai Alcazar that is underpins the same platform and features with a slightly longer body and few tweaked designs.
The Alcazar has also been the top seller in its segment within just 2 months of its launch, thanks to Hyundai market value and trust. Hyundai recently also introduced the N Line version of the all-famous Hyundai i20 premium hatchback, which is just the sports variant of the car with minor changes like exterior visuals and interior seater and colour.
Getting back to Creta, the car is offered in a total of 3 variants, the first being the 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol variant, the second being a 1.5-litre NA petrol variant and 3rd being the 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel variant.
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