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The new look- 4s Verna

2014, was an year of excellence for Hyundai, the second largest manufacturer and the largest exporter of cars in India. With 2.3 million customers in 66 countries, the Hyundai Verna has been given a new look and feel and refurbished as the Verna 4S. The petrol version priced  between Rs 787,642 and Rs 1,033,542 and the diesel version priced between Rs 910,802 and Rs 1,241,386, the new Verna has been tested across toughest terrains and inhuman climates. “We aim this car for the new generation that is ready to spend for value,” said B S Seo, Managing Director and CEO, Hyundai Motor India Limited. Last year, Hyundai had sold more than 4 lakh cars domestically and exported more than 2 lakh cars. “At Hyundai we plan to continue to re-furbish our existing cars while looking up to enter new segments. Our focus this year would be to increase our selling capacity to 500,000 units,” said Rakesh Srivastava, VP-Sales and Marketing.   

 

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