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Stallion churns out made-in-Nigeria Xcent

By Kingsley Jeremiah   |   03 March 2017   |   3:33 am

Stallion Hyundai Motors Nigeria Limited has rolled out its made-in-Nigeria B-segment Hyundai Grand Xcent family sedan. The firm said it expected the sedan to cater for growing demand for functional cars and cushion imminent scarcity due to last year ban on importation of used vehicles through the land borders.

It boasted that the 1.25 Litre Kappa Dual VTVT capacity saloon car is an indigenous assembled Hyundai, which has been uniquely designed to mitigate eventual surge in demand for family sedans.

The organisation’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Jatin Nadkarni, who disclosed this in Lagos 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.

Also adding that the vehicle is reasonably priced to attract individual and fleet buyers, Nadkarni said: “We churned out substantial units of the Grand Xcent to cater for growing demand for spacious and comfortable B-segment sedan that are reassuring and affordably priced.”

The Hyundai Grand Xcent is currently available at Stallion accredited Hyundai showrooms countrywide, he said. Designed to accommodate five passengers, the Hyundai Grand Xcent respond to every expectation with alluring cabin colour, attractive curves and sport appeal.

The 1.25cc engine is amazingly responsive and gets off to a fantastic start without sacrificing the brilliant aerodynamic appeal that makes the car the best entry level sedan yet.




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