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New Hyundai Grand i10 Sedan launched

The Hyundai Grand i10 Sedan was officially outdoored in Ghana through a road show that displayed the well-crafted beautiful exterior of the Hyundai Grand i10 organised by Hyundai Motors.
The road show started from the Tetteh Quashie Interchange through the Airport Junction to the 37th Military Hospital, Ako-Adjei Interchange, Osu Oxford street, Danquah Circle, Accra Sports Stadium then through the Ministries, National Theatre, Adabraka, the Graphic Road to Darkuman Junction, and back to Obetsebi Lamptey.
Mr. Karthik Nayak, Sales and Marketing Manager of Hyundai Motors, told reporters after the road show that the new sleek Hyundai Grand i10 was different from the old model, which was introduced to the market in 2010.
He said the Hyundai Grand I10 is a fusion of beauty and practicality, explaining, “It’s longer, lower and sleeker and it’s got an interior you can never forget.”
Mr Nayak said: “The interior shows a premium design with exceptional use of space and materials, with steering wheel controls, manual or automatic transmissions, which have smooth shifting characteristics, all packaged together in three interior colour variations to brighten up even the dullest of days.”
He said Hyundai Motors dealt in genuine Hyundai cars and parts, and offered after sales servicing for all Hyundai cars.

Credit: GNA

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  1. Hyundai Tiên Phong xin giới thiệu đến mọi người dòng xe 5 chỗ hoàn toàn mới Xe Hyundai Grand i10 2015. Hyundai Grand i10 tiết kiệm nhiên liệu, giá ưu đãi nhất, giao xe ngay.

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  2. Hyundai Tiên Phong ra mắt Hyundai Grand i10 Sedan 2015 phiên bản cao cấp hoàn toàn mới. Giá bán Xe Hyundai Grand i10 Sedan 2015 ưu đãi từ 399 triệu đến 479 triệu, đủ màu sắc và giao xe ngay khi khách hàng có nhu cầu.

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