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Hyundai Motor Philippines (HMPH) has gone all-in, introducing a slew of new and refreshed cars to coincide with the company’s relaunch and the appointment of a new distributor for its passenger car portfolio.
This is a significant turning point for the automaker, which hopes to continue developing the brand while also reinvigorating customer interest in its portfolio of offers.
HMPH’s new President, Lee Dong Wook, will lead the effort by lending his skills to assist the company’s goal of becoming a reality. His first order of business will be to bring in a broad range of automobiles that will cater to the requirements and desires of every market sector, including those who wish to get their hands on electric vehicles in the future.
“Hyundai Motor Philippines has been working on rebuilding the brand to provide excellent customer experience through the launch of a broad range of new, innovative and exciting product line-up in the Philippine market,” shared Mr. Lee.
As HMPH expands its dealership presence nationwide, newer car models will also be
gracing their showroom floors.
Hyundai Creta 2023 Price (Philippines)
- 1.5 GL 5MT P998,000
- 1.5 GL IVT P1,170,000
- 1.5 GL IVT (Limited-Red) P1,323,000
- 1.5 GLS IVT P1,332,000
The new Hyundai Creta is a premium B-segment SUV with “Sensuous Sportiness” styling. Its powerful, forceful, and stylish style is typical of premium SUVs. The automobile offers the most active safety features and a roomy interior. These new technologies offer a smoother, more fuel-efficient ride without sacrificing power.
Creta’s 60:40 Seat split provides changeable cargo capacity for active people. The Creta has LED Daytime Running Lights, a Rear Combination Lamp, stylish bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels, a 2610mm wheelbase, and 200mm ground clearance.
Hyundai Staria 2023 Price (Philippines)
- 2.2 CRDi 6MT (Cargo) P1,560,000
- 2.2 CRDi 6MT (Commuter) P1,850,000
- 2.2 CRDi GLS+ 8AT Ph2,320,000
- 2.2 CRDi Premium+ 8AT AWD P2,930,000
The new Hyundai Staria offers VIP-level comfort. It boasts a striking and futuristic external design with a “Lounge” idea, lower beltline, and increased vehicle height. It gives travelers adequate space to sit comfortably.
The 7-seater’s premium variant has special design components, clever sliding doors, a motorized tailgate, twin sunroofs, and active safety measures. Both the 11-seat commuting and 3-seat freight variants have twin swinging doors, making them excellent for enterprises.
Hyundai Tucson 2023 Price (Philippines)
- 2.0 GLS AT (Gas) P1,570,000
- 2.0 GLS+ AT (Diesel) P1,840,000
Tucson and Santa Fe got the design and performance enhancements. The new Tucson is the first “Sensuous Sportiness” SUV. Its striking and athletic appearance, with a Parametric Jewel Pattern Grille and Unique Side Character Lines, gives it a dominating presence on the road. Large wheelbases give extra legroom for a comfortable ride. Tucson’s new shift-by-wire automatic gearbox complements its outstanding engine.
Hyundai Santa Fe
Compared to the big SUVs from other brands, the latest Santa Fe is a strong competitor. The car has a high-end look both inside and out, thanks to design cues and features that even the pickiest car fans will like. The T-shaped daytime running lights make a unique light pattern, and the redesigned cascading grille and front bumper make the car look wide and powerful. The Gen 3 modular architecture of the new Santa Fe makes it easier to drive. It also has a Smartstream 2.2 Diesel engine and an 8-speed wet DCT transmission, which is something Hyundai SUVs have never had before.
Hyundai Santa Fe official price is P2,420,000 (2.2 CRDi GLS 8DCT)
To shake up the market and attract customers, HMPH is employing aggressive measures. An important part of this project is a national service advertising and warranty program that highlights the companies’ improved after-sales support. By 2023, the firm plans to expand its dealer network from 38 to 45 in order to serve more clients.
To increase the variety of cars offered by HMPH, the Palisade and Ioniq 5, the latter of which is an all electric vehicle, will be added. This highlights HMPH’s commitment to a varied vehicle lineup and its willingness to include market-driven innovation.
Due to CAMPI’s shared vision of working with important stakeholders for the benefit of the entire motoring industry, HMPH is also in the process of switching from the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors Inc (AVID) to its rival auto group Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc (CAMPI).