Hyundai Xtor is the best selling car model in India and it is expected to come to Vietnam along with Custo and Palisade.
Some dealer sales consultants have accepted deposits for the Hyundai Xeter, saying the car could be assembled domestically and launched by the end of this year. Therefore, you can enjoy 50% discount on registration fees.
However, this information has not been confirmed by TC Motor – Photo: Team-BHP
If true, when it comes to Vietnam, the Hyundai Xtor will compete with the Toyota Raiz and the Kia Sonet and is likely to join the Honda WR-V soon – Photo: Team-BHP
Hyundai Exeter doesn’t have an estimated price yet. In India, this car model is a popular product with an affordable price tag, as high as a little over 170 million VND for the standard version – Photo: Team-BHP
Compared to the Raize and the Sonet, the Hyundai Exter’s dimensions are a bit more modest when it comes to length x width x height at 3,815 x 1,710 x 1,631 (mm) respectively. The wheelbase reaches 2,450 mm. The Raze’s corresponding parameters are 4,030 x 1,710 x 1,605 (mm), with a 2,525 mm wheelbase – Photo: Team-BHP
The Hyundai Exeter is often called a “small Santa Fe” due to its square, boxy design in the language of sensuous sportiness. Both the front and rear LED lights are H-shaped. The main light is placed below. The high-end version uses lenticular LED lights – Photo: Team-BHP
The interior of this car model has many similarities with the i10, such as the design of the steering wheel or dashboard. LCD clock behind the steering wheel, similar to the Accent – Photo: Team-BHP
For reference, some other convenience equipment on the Exeter in the Indian market includes an 8-inch entertainment screen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless charging, push-button ignition, USB-C charging, automatic air conditioning. Dynamic, has rear air conditioning vents but no armrest between the front seats, sunroof – Photo: Team-BHP
The safety equipment of this car model is at the basic level, which includes 6 airbags, reversing sensor, reversing camera, electronic balance, ABS, EBD, hill start assist, automatic lights, automatic throttle or tire pressure sensor – Photo: Team-BHP
In India, Hyundai Exeter uses a 1.2 liter gasoline engine, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission or AMT automatic transmission, producing about 83 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque with front-wheel drive – Photo: Team-BHP
If the Hyundai Xcent is brought to Vietnam with the same equipment as India, it is expected to cause problems for the Toyota Razor and Kia Sonet. Hyundai’s car model “sold out” in India – Photo: Team-BHP
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