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Old 21st November 2007, 16:20   #16
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Originally Posted by neoonwheels View Post
I read in today's Herald newspaper (Pune) that, Santa fe would be on sell along with Tucson.... Isn't Tucson already obsolete ?
Its part of Hyundai's bigger plan. By selling different generations of cars together, the newer generation cars look far more appealing to the customer. For example if you were to go into a Hyundai showroom and look at a Santro Xing and then look at the i10, youd think the i10 is an excellent car and very modern and cutting edge and this strategy would have proven sucessful.Hyundai is doing the same thing with most models including the Accent.
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