Stallion Hyundai Motors Nigeria Limited has rolled out made-in-Nigeria B-segment Hyundai Grand Xcent family sedans.
This it said was to cater for growing demand for functional cars and cushion imminent scarcity occasioned by the government’s ban on importation of vehicles through the land borders.
The 1.25Litre Kappa Dual VTVT capacity saloon car is a wholly indigenously assembled Hyundai vehicle designed to mitigate eventual surge in demand for family sedans.
Stallion Hyundai Motors Nigeria Limited Head of Sales and Marketing Jatin Nadkarni disclosed that the new car is best suited for couples and field marketers.
He said, “We are particularly delighted to churn out substantial units of B-segment Xcent saloon cars to cater for the growing need of a highly important market segment in the wake of dearth of such vehicles because of the prohibition of used car imports through the land borders.”
He described the Grand Xcent as a sturdy functional saloon car with the capability of a C-segment sedan, mated to a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission with an entirely new level of art suitable for every day commuting.
According to him, the vehicle is reasonably priced to attract individual and fleet buyers.