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It’s no surprise that the festive season has brought a jump in sales for Indian carmakers. And Hyundai is no stranger to the party.

As compared to last year, Hyundai saw a cumulative 2.80% growth rate, with both domestic sales as well as exports contributing towards the same. Looking at its domestic sales figures per se, there’s been a 3.01% increase. Overall, it sold 65,801 units in the month of November 2023.

Its latest addition, the Exter, has also crossed the milestone of 1 lakh bookings. Hyundai’s overall SUV line-up contributed towards 60% of its overall sales. With the launch of the Creta facelift just around the corner and the 2024 Santa Fe also possibly arriving, the future’s looking bright for the Korean manufacturer. Ensuring a vast array of cars that cater to almost all segments of buyers, Hyundai looks set to dominate the Indian car market in 2024 as well.Hyundai Exter Review

By the way, we just drove the Ioniq 5 N, the high-performance variant of Hyundai’s electric SUV, the Ioniq 5. Stay tuned for our review!