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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    No prices?
    Santa Fe 8DCT 2,420,000
    Staria Premium+ AWD 2,930,000
    Staria GLS+ 2,320,000
    Staria Commuter 1,850,000
    Tucson Diesel 1,840,000
    Tucson Gas 1,570,000
    Creta 1.5 GLS IVT 1,332,000
    Creta 1.5 GL IVT 1,170,000
    Creta 1.5 GL MT 998,000

    I'm still looking for the complete specs of the Santa Fe, but there is no denying that the new group is more competitive pricing wise. Santa Fe is cheaper than the new TOTL Sorento. The new Tucson is almost the same price as the outgoing Sportage.

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    #52
    Quote Originally Posted by phil3199 View Post
    Santa Fe 8DCT 2,420,000
    Staria Premium+ AWD 2,930,000
    Staria GLS+ 2,320,000
    Staria Commuter 1,850,000
    Tucson Diesel 1,840,000
    Tucson Gas 1,570,000
    Creta 1.5 GLS IVT 1,332,000
    Creta 1.5 GL IVT 1,170,000
    Creta 1.5 GL MT 998,000

    I'm still looking for the complete specs of the Santa Fe, but there is no denying that the new group is more competitive pricing wise. Santa Fe is cheaper than the new TOTL Sorento. The new Tucson is almost the same price as the outgoing Sportage.
    Competitive na nga pricing nila.
    Still, need to check the specs before we can conclude if the pricing is indeed good.
    I was expecting the Tucson Diesel to cross from 1.9m+ if the specs from non-PH models s are retained.

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    #53
    P270k more for the Tucson diesel.

    Doesn't make sense nowadays, plus mas mahal pa mag maintain ng crdi.

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    #54
    standard 5+ airbags na ba? lol

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    #55
    Quote Originally Posted by phil3199 View Post
    Santa Fe 8DCT 2,420,000
    Staria Premium+ AWD 2,930,000
    Staria GLS+ 2,320,000
    Staria Commuter 1,850,000
    Tucson Diesel 1,840,000
    Tucson Gas 1,570,000
    Creta 1.5 GLS IVT 1,332,000
    Creta 1.5 GL IVT 1,170,000
    Creta 1.5 GL MT 998,000

    I'm still looking for the complete specs of the Santa Fe, but there is no denying that the new group is more competitive pricing wise. Santa Fe is cheaper than the new TOTL Sorento. The new Tucson is almost the same price as the outgoing Sportage.
    Mas mura TOTL Staria vs gray market. Around 3.3M++ mga gray units.

    Sana same specs
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    #56
    Quote Originally Posted by TheUninvited View Post
    P270k more for the Tucson diesel.

    Doesn't make sense nowadays, plus mas mahal pa mag maintain ng crdi.
    Mga yayamanin lang bibili. Mahal na fuel, mahal pa maintenance.

    We may never know but fuel prices might get back to what we are used to.


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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by phil3199 View Post
    Santa Fe 8DCT 2,420,000
    Staria Premium+ AWD 2,930,000
    Staria GLS+ 2,320,000
    Staria Commuter 1,850,000
    Tucson Diesel 1,840,000
    Tucson Gas 1,570,000
    Creta 1.5 GLS IVT 1,332,000
    Creta 1.5 GL IVT 1,170,000
    Creta 1.5 GL MT 998,000

    I'm still looking for the complete specs of the Santa Fe, but there is no denying that the new group is more competitive pricing wise. Santa Fe is cheaper than the new TOTL Sorento. The new Tucson is almost the same price as the outgoing Sportage.
    Accurate nga yan price list. Epic fail pa din yung specs, parang HARI lang din.

    Kahit Tucson walang ADAS and base model specs pa din kahit totl.

    Bebenta lang units nila dahil sa looks, maangas tingnan kahit Creta.

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    #59
    Heard from 2 friends who are Hyundai dealer principals, HMPH is planning to add another variant of both the Tucson and Santa Fe that will come with the full suite of Hyundai Smartsense (ADAS). They're also planning to possibly add the airbags of the Creta GLS. They'll base the decision on the market reception of the new Hyundai vehicles.

    So far, according to my 2 friends, the Staria has been received well by the local market. There's already a waiting list for both the GLS+ and Premium variants, especially the latter TOTL variant.

    HMPH is a lot better than HARI in pricing and specing their vehicle line up IMO. The Tucson's local market competitors that have ADAS are already the 2M price range. Based on the pricing strategy of HMPH, if they will add a new variant of the Tucson that comes with Hyundai Smartsense, possible price range would be around 2M, still undercutting its competitors.

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    #60
    have the sales figures improved already?

    nissan once had separate companies for the cars, and for the trucks.
    is hyundai korea, also seprating its car division from its truck division, here in the phils?
    Last edited by dr. d; August 23rd, 2022 at 12:22 AM.

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