Waiting period of over two months for certain variants of the hatchback.
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) will be ramping up production of the Elite i20, the company's Senior vice-president for Marketing and Sales, Mr. Rakesh Srivastava told AutocarPro. The Korean car maker's Chennai plant, which currently makes around 10,000 units of the premium hatchback each month, will produce a 'few more thousand', Mr. Srivastava said.
The increased production should help lower waiting periods of the car, which stand at two-and-a-half months. As of March 16, the Elite i20 has received 468,184 enquiries and 103,960 bookings. In the seven months that it has been on sale, HMIL has sold 100,000 units.
The Elite i20 is priced between INR 5.23 lakhs to INR 6.86 lakhs for the petrol variants and between INR 6.36 lakhs and INR 7.99 lakhs for the diesel variant, ex-Showroom, New Delhi. The recently launched i20 Active costs INR 6.38 lakhs to INR 7.09 lakhs for the petrol and INR 7.63 lakhs to INR 8.89 lakhs for the diesel.
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The i20 Active goes an extra mile by offering features such as projector headlights, cornering lights, LED daytime running lights, roof rails, a higher ground clearance, new interior colors and engines with better torque delivery.
Sales wise, the Elite i20 is the second best seller in its segment, trailing behind the hugely popular Maruti Swift.
[Source - AutocarPro]