Leading car manufacturer
Hyundai Motor India Ltd has registered domestic sales of 44,758 units for April
2017, a 5.7pc growth over April 2016. The company has seen a drop of exports to
11,610 units as compared to 12069 units in April 2016, a minus 3.8pc degrowth.
Rakesh Srivastava, Director -
Sales and Marketing, HMIL said the company continued its strong growth driven
by “tremendous response for the all new global stylish family sedan Xcent and
continued strong performance of volume driving aspirational brands Grand i10,
Elite i20 and Creta."
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