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These are the prices of Hyundai Motor PH’s product lineup

Four new vehicles with 3 more cars to follow later this year

Hyundai's fantastic four take to the floor. PHOTO BY LEANDRO MANGUBAT

If you haven’t been following the news, Hyundai Motor Philippines (HMPH) will be returning the South Korean auto manufacturer to the Philippines with four models in its starting lineup with these prices.

The Creta is the brand's latest entry into the subcompact crossover segment. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Hyundai Creta

  • 1.5 GL MT – 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
Do you like the Tucson's new looks? PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Hyundai Tucson

  • 2.0 GLS AT (Gas) – P1,570,000
  • 2.0 GLS+ AT (Diesel) – P1,840,000
If you need to carry up to seven people with the utility of a crossover, the Santa Fe is for you. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Hyundai Santa Fe

  • 2.2 CRDi GLS 8DCT – P2,420,000
The Staria is available in seven-seater Premium trim with all-wheel drive, which is a rarity for its class. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Hyundai Staria

  • 2.2 CRDi 6MT (Cargo) – P1,560,000
  • 2.2 CRDi 6MT (Commuter) – P1,850,000
  • 2.2 CRDi GLS+ 8AT (11 seater) – P2,320,000
  • 2.2 CRDi Premium+ 8AT AWD (7 seater) – P2,930,000
Hyundai executives have a toast to the return of the brand. PHOTO BY LEANDRO MANGUBAT

Customer satisfaction is the top priority of HMPH, which is why it seeks to expand its dealer network from 38 to 45 by 2023 with all of its vehicles coming with a five-year/200,000km warranties. Its online customer service program, Hyundai Live, will be launched in September to make the brand more accessible to customers.

Also, HMPH is in the process of transferring from the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID) to the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) because of the common goal of HMPH and CAMPI of cooperating with key stakeholders to benefit the motoring industry.

HMPH shows no signs of slowing down as it plans to introduce three more models soon. PHOTO FROM HYUNDAI

“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 lineup in the Philippine market,” said Lee Dong Wook, president of HMPH.

This looks like HMPH is on a good start as the company will be joining the Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) this September and the 10th Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit (PEVS) in October, and will be introducing the Stargazer, the Palisade and the Ioniq 5 to the market this year.

Leandro Mangubat

Leandro is our staff writer. Although having a background in mechanical engineering, he enjoys photography and writing more.