Hyundai has released the breakup sales data for November 2022. Creta was once again the best-selling car for the company. Compared to November 2021, Creta got a growth by 29.33% last month.
Hyundai has released the breakup sales data for November 2022. Creta was once again the best-selling car for the company last month. Compared to November 2021, Creta got a growth by 29.33% last month. That is, 3,021 units of Creta were sold more on an annual basis. Let us tell you that last month Hyundai sold 13,321 units of Creta. At the same time, the second place for the company was called the mini SUV Venue.10,738 units of Venue were sold. For Hyundai, these two models remained the only ones that sold more than 10,000 units. The venue also got an annual growth of 35.38%. Tucson’s sales were low, but it got an annual growth of 128.70%.
Yearly growth for all Hyundai models
Last month, all Hyundai models got yearly growth as compared to November 2021. However, the Santro was the only car to register zero sales last month. Last month, Creta grew by 29.33%, Venue by 35.38%, Nios by 45.65%, i20 by 64.79%, Aura by 48.83%, Alcazar by 4.61%, Verna by 22.88% and Tucson by 128.70%. During this period, Creta had the highest market share of 27.75% and Venue had 27.75%.
Creta gets a 5-star safety rating
A new name Hyundai Creta has been added to the list of safest cars available in the country. This SUV has been given a 5-star safety rating during the ASEAN NCAP crash test. A 2:47-minute video of its crash test has also been shared. During the test, the car has been checked for safety by hitting it from the front and side. Also, its AEB inter-urban test, AEB city test, and blind spot detection test were done. Dual airbags are available in the standard variant of this SUV. Whereas on the trim level it gets side and curtain airbags.
>>During the adult occupant protection test, it scored 15.61 points for frontal impact, 7.10 points for side impact, and 5.07 points for head protection technology. Thus it secured a total of 27.78 points.
>>During the child occupant protection test, it got 21.50 points in the dynamic test, 7.00 points in the vehicle-based, 10.80 points for installation, and 0.37 points for child detention. In this way, it got a total of 39.67 points.
>>For safety assist, it got 6.00 points for Effective Braking and Avoidance, 3.00 points for Seat Belt Reminder, 3.19 points for Autonomous Emergency Braking, and 2.60 points for Advance Sets. Thus it got a total of 14.79 points.
>>For motorcycle safety, it got 5.07 points for blind spot detection, 0.00 points for rear visualization, 1.07 points for headlight, 2.00 points for pedestrians, and 1.00 point for advanced MST. Thus it got a total of 9.14 points.