Bookings for the Alcazar commenced on June 9, and now Hyundai India has already started delivering the SUV to customers. The SUV will retail through the company’s select outlets called Signature.
Hyundai India recently launched the Alcazar, a six/seven-seater SUV, which mainly rivals the Tata Safari, MG Hector, and the Mahindra XUV500. The Hyundai Alcazar can also lure a potential Toyota Innova Crysta buyer and, therefore, make a mark in the premium seven-seater MPV space.
Hyundai India has also introduced its Signature outlets, which will retail its premium products such as the Tucson and Elantra. The new Korean SUV has been launched in three trim levels – Prestige, Platinum, and Signature. The Prestige and the Platinum trims will retail at all Hyundai India’s outlets, while the range-topping Signature trim will be sold only at Hyundai’s Signature outlets. There are a total of 180 Signature outlets in the country. Also, a detailed list of Hyundai outlets is available on the company’s official website.
The company has also reported 4,000 bookings for its new SUV, and the release states 55 per cent of buyers have opted for the diesel Alcazar, whereas 45 per cent of buyers have selected the petrol variant. The six-seater variant has seen more demand – only 40 per cent have opted for the seven-seater version. According to Hyundai, both manual and automatic versions have seen an equal demand. The Alcazar currently has a waiting period of four to six weeks, depending on the variant. The company has already commenced deliveries for the new SUV.