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Price list of Hyundai in Nepal

The Hyundai Motor Company, commonly known as Hyundai Motors, is a South Korean automotive manufacturer headquartered in Seoul. Hyundai Motor Company was founded in 1967 and, along with its 32.8 percent owned subsidiary, Kia Motors, and its 100 percent owned luxury subsidiary Genesis Motor, altogether comprise the Hyundai Motor Group.

Hyundai operates the world’s largest integrated automobile manufacturing facility in Ulsan, South Korea which has an annual production capacity of 1.6 million units. The company employs about 75,000 people worldwide. Hyundai vehicles are sold in 193 countries through some 5,000 dealerships and showrooms.

The authorised dealer of Hyundai in Nepal is Laxmi Intercontinental P.L based in Thapathali, Kathmandu. You can reach them at: 014101556, 4101557. 

We have compiled a price list of Hyundai vehicles in Nepal.

Santro 

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1086cc

Price: From Rs 2,296,000 to 2,856,000

Grand i10

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1197cc

Price: From Rs 2,956,000 to 3,356,000

Elite i20

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1197cc

Price: From Rs 3,256,000 to 3,696,000

i20 Active S

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1197cc

Price: From Rs 3,896,000

Xcent

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1197cc

Price: From Rs 3,196,000 to 3,496,000

Venue

Variant: Petrol/ Diesel

CC: 998cc(P), 1197cc(P), 1396(D)

Price: From Rs 3,496,000 to 5,596,000

Creta 

Variant: Petrol/ Diesel

CC: 1591cc(P), 1396(D), 1582cc(D)

Price: From Rs 4,396,000 to 6,196,000

Verna

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1591cc

Price: From Rs 4,996,000 to 5,396,000

Tucson

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1591cc

Price: From Rs 7,496,000 to 10,096,000

Santa Fe

Variant: Petrol

CC: 2199cc

Price: From Rs 14,596,000 to 15,696,000

Kona Electric

Variant: Electric

Battery Capacity: 39.2kWh

Price: From Rs 5,596,000 to 6,596,000

Ioniq

Variant: Electric

Battery Capacity: 38.3kWh

Price: From Rs 5,596,000 

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