Hyundai India sells over 33,000 units of the Grand i10 since launch in September 2013
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) which recently celebrated its five millionth car anniversary roll out from the Chennai plant has added another feather to its cap. Its latest launch, the Grand i10, has sold over 33,000 units since starting sales from September 3, 2013. The Grand i10 has also now entered the league of top five selling cars in India. The top five list has four Marutis- Alto, Swift, Dzire and Wagon R and now a Hyundai. The Korean company says that they have received a high level of interest for the car from the youth as also from Tier II cities.
Hyundai has received a high level of interest for the Grand i10 from the youth
The Grand i10 is offered with a petrol and diesel engine. Needless to say, the diesel version has contributed to a majority of the sales. Hyundai' second generation 1.1-litre CRDI engine makes 71Ps of power and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The 85PS 1.2-litre Kappa petrol engine dishes out 85PS and gets both manual and automatic transmission options. Hyundai claims that the diesel engine has a fuel efficiency of 24kmpl while the petrol does 18.9 kilometres on a litre of fuel. There are six and four variants of the Grand i10 petrol and diesel respectively. Of this, the top-end variants command a waiting period of around two months while the base ones are available in a few weeks.
Rakesh Srivastava, senior vice president, sales & marketing- HMIL expressed, "We appreciate and thank our customers for showing strong confidence in brand Hyundai and making Grand a huge success in India. Grand has created a benchmark in quality, features and technology offering higher value proposition in such a short span of time. We are committed and continuously working on the operational efficiencies to cater to the demand to reduce the waiting period."
Read our review of the Grand i10 petrol and diesel versions here. Click herefor the comparo between the Nissan diesel, Ford diesel and Hyundai Grand i10 diesel.
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