Hyundai had now become an established brand with a sizable following. Market share was for the most part in excess of 16%, quite an achievement in a brand conservative country. They were doing something right.
2015: The Santro mini hatchback was withdrawn in 2014 and in came the Creta compact crossover (picture above). It obviously wasn't like for like but the new car helped keep sales ticking over.
2018: The Santro nameplate returned (picture just above), replacing the Eon mini hatchback model. Sales passed 550,000 units and were nudging 17% of all sales. Could it get any better than this?
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