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Old 6th September 2015, 11:03   #16
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I sold my i20 petrol 1st generation 2009. It had clocked 105000 kms and was still riding like new. No niggles or rattles apart from regular service and replacement of brake pads, and other wearable parts. It is a superior product and stands testimony to Hyundai's quality standards. Bought it at a time Hyundai was considered a cheap Korean brand. It has since then grown and how. I was contemplating i20 active or Creta before settling for the Duster. Hyundai really deserves to grow and give Suzuki run for their money.
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Old 6th September 2015, 11:15   #17
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Default Re: Hyundai records highest ever sales in August 2015 (40,000+ cars)

Not at all surprised. Creta simply will push Hyundai further up!
Hyundai cars may not be the cheapest in the segment, but they're extremely VFM with the equipment they offer.
Successes of Grand i10, Elite i20 and Creta are the result of extremely good efforts of Hyundai's design team and the sales numbers suggest that they are extremely good in the segment.

I'm also expecting more growth by late-2016/Early-2017 as I expect a new generation of the Verna & Elantra by then.

Oh, here it is:
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