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Hyundai Motor India launches new Getz Prime

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Hyundai Motor India launches new Getz Prime

Hyundai Motor India Ltd has launched the new Getz Prime in New Delhi. The Getz Prime is a truly global car, incorporating features that meet global standards of performance and aesthetics.

Commenting on the launch of the Getz Prime, HS Lheem, Managing Director, HMIL, said, “As we launch the new Getz Prime in India, we take great pride in the fact that Hyundai has played a significant role in creating a more demanding Indian consumer. Indian car users are today asking for cars that meet global standards, and Hyundai’s Getz Prime answers that need. The Getz, in fact, is a car that is most sold in Europe. It was named the Best Small Car in Australia in 2005 and won the Transport for London GreenFleet Award for the best economy car in 2006.”

Sold as Getz Prime in the Indian market, the car will be available in two engine options. A powerful 1.3 litre and economical 1.1 litre petrol engine will bolster the existing range of Hyundai cars in India. While the 1.3 litre is targetted at all those who are looking for performance along with stylish looks and space, the slightly smaller 1.1 litre petrol unit will offer the same amount of space but at a lower ownership cost and it will be more economical for day-to-day use.

The Getz Prime has attractive features and comes with double action hydraulic shock absorbers in front and gas shock absorbers in rear. It has a range of 11 exciting exterior colours and new interior fascia adds to the modern look of the car.


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