Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Besides Creta, Hyundai Prepares New Crossover contender Honda HR-V

RealAutoTips. - Though has launched a brand-new crossover, Creta Hyundai, but Hyundai Motor will produce the crossover is looking more aggressive and powerful than the crossover. 


The new model was claimed to be a strong competitor Chevrolet Trax, Honda HR-V, and Nissan Juke, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hyundai America, Dave Zuchowski, cited Edmunds, Wednesday (22/07/2015), said it would use a subcompact crossover stylish design and a different look with big crossover Hyundai. Most likely, using four-wheel drive car platform Hyundai Veloster. Indeed, Hyundai America has the opportunity to peddle Hyundai Creta. 

Only, it was not marketed brand-new crossover in the region as it is considered to have a conservative style that is less suit the tastes of the market. "Creta is a more traditional-style vehicle and looks like a smaller version of (Hyundai) Santa Fe," said Zuchowski. "According to our opinion, as we get into this segment, a large segment of the millennium, for Generation Y. 

It is the vehicle of a young man, and we will enter the market, therefore the conservative must be reorganized to be more aggressive, "he said. However, He did not provide further information about the crossover schedule to arrive at the dealership. 

Even so, Hyundai competitors like Ford and Toyota are also more aggressively targeting the segment, though not explicitly declare Meanwhile, Hyundai has announced that the crossover Creta began to be marketed in India in This, then, would be sold to different countries at the end of the year. (Source: Detikoto)


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