Hyundai to Launch Imported Vehicles in Pakistan in 2018 – Research Snipers

Hyundai to Launch Imported Vehicles in Pakistan in 2018

We all know that Hyundai Nishat Motors has entered into an agreement with the Pakistan Government to assemble and sell cars in Pakistan. The company is currently working on its assembly plant in Pakistan. People want to know when Hyundai will launch its vehicles in Pakistan.

Well as per the Facebook page of the company, Hyundai Nishat will not launch any manufactured car in Pakistan till 2019. In 2018, the company will launch some imported vehicles for the consumers in Pakistan. Here is the comment in which Hyundai Nishat Company, Facebook handlers have written

“We have no plans to launch Santro or any other car in near future. We are constructing our assembly plant and it is expected to be completed by end of 2019. We may bring some imported vehicles near the end of 2018.

In another comment, Hyundai Nishat managers have written

“We are currently constructing our vehicle assembly plant. It is expected to be completed by end of 2019. Prices will be announced at the time of launch. We may launch some imported models by end of 2018.”

 

It was expected that in 2018 Hyundai will launch four new cars in Pakistan that are Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Tucson (Crossover), Hyundai Verna, and Hyundai Creta (Crossover).

But we will have to disappoint our readers here, Hyundai has confirmed that it is not launching any manufactured car in Pakistan until the very end of 2019. It will, however, launch imported vehicles in Pakistan for the consumers by the end of 2018.

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It was last year in 2017 when Nishat Mills and South Korean Hyundai Motor Company signed an agreement to establish the framework for developing a greenfield project for plant’s assembly as well as sales of one-ton range commercial and passenger vehicles in Pakistan.

Mian Mansha on collaboration with Hyundai said, “The Korean car maker wants to first start the assembly of small cars that could compete with the existing assemblers already operating in this market. We are discussing with them… trying to convince them to also bring electric and hybrid cars. I see the future is in electric cars. We could import these cars in the beginning and later also start assembling them locally.”