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Hyundai’s Micro SUV AX coming to Nepal? Features

1st December 2020
"Hyundai’s Micro SUV AX will be the model between Santro and Grand i10. It is expected to hit the market by the end of 2020 or the first quarter of 2021."

YK Koo, then MD and CEO of Hyundai India, informed that Hyundai has started building the micro SUV 'AX' last year. However, no information has come out about what the micro SUV will look like and when it will hit the market.

Now, the South Korean magazine 'Digital Times' has mentioned that Hyundai's micro SUV project is moving forward. As soon as it hits the market, it will be Hyundai's cheapest micro SUV.

The company has started construction of the micro-SUV with the Indian market at the center and after India, it is estimated that it will be sold in Korea, Brazil, and Nepal. The company is producing it at its new plant in Guangzhou, according to the Digital Times.

The company is expected to build it on the K1 platform of the new generation Centro. The Guangzhou plant is estimated to produce 70,000 units of micro SUVs annually.

The company will bring the 1.0-liter turbo engine in the micro-SUV, which is being produced under the AX code name. It is said that the company is preparing to make it public in the Indian market for the first time.

The new AX Micro SUV is expected to compete with Renault Quid, Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, and Tata Hornbill in the Indian market.

This model of the company will be the model between Santro and Grand i10. It is expected to hit the market by the end of 2020 or the first quarter of 2021.

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Compiled by : Debashish S Neupane Debashish S Neupane