The Hyundai Creta is, undoubtedly, one of the finest and wondrous drives that the country has gotten down to see in such a long time. Today, you could be a college student rushing to a class, a bread earner engaged with a multinational, a homemaker who doesn’t like to miss out on the gym session even for a single day and in all likelihood, to the urban driver, the choice of the SUV would often be the famous Hyundai Creta.
That being said, truth be told, all’s been well in the Hyundai trajectory, of late, especially where the sales figures in a competitive market like India was concerned.
A handy, fuel-economic drive, the Creta is a car that truth be told, seems just right for all intents and purposes.
A sturdy drive with a crisp name; cool as you like it!
But that was before the Coronavirus lockdown. How about now? What’s the latest from the Hyundai stable about the very car that had bedazzled all of India?
Frankly speaking, 2020 was quite the year for the sensational drive from the house of the Korean carmaker. The 2020 Hyundai Creta is, believably, still packing quite a punch.
Now, don’t be confused.
Surely, the sphere of automotive manufacturing has receded to a complete halt and things can move into the right direction only after some break. But that doesn’t mean that the famous Hyundai Creta will go off the roads.
In fact, nothing could be further from nosediving to that train of negative thinking, in all fairness.
Where it stands at the moment, then as many as 6,500 plus units of the famous Hyundai Creta are still standing in different units across the country’s various showrooms.
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Surely, a lack of any active manufacturing activity combined with the absolute dead-drop sales figures may have completely thrown off the marketing and sales plans for the famous carmaker. But that does not mean that the noted brand will not reorchestrate its campaign and strategy for the cars in the immediate course of the future.
This is precisely the planned course of action.
Let it not be forgotten that the current year, which surely seems to have been caught up in the needless and unanticipated Corona scare storm of sorts, was quite a sizzling one for Hyundai.
In the country, it was none other than the “King of Bollywood” Shah Rukh Khan who actually became the first owner of the car’s 2020 version, the brand new one.
Recent news suggested that soon as there’s any sizeable motion in the country, the world will once again begin to see some force in the moving wheels of a car that truly has found a place in the hearts of its Indian audience.
In fact, it must be said, that the imminent future will actually make the auto competition in the market one to watch out for. We can expect there to be a great sense of healthy rivalry between all the important brands- Tata Motors, Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra and Mahindra- (among the others); those that have been sitting on a slide of vacuum, but at the same time, will be eager to go out there and make a noise.
Surely, among the fire-starters for 2020, Hyundai Creta can be expected to come up trumps when the market does get going.