Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) has sold 3,273 units this August 2017, which marks a 17% increase over the same period in 2016.
HARI’s August 2017 performance was driven by the Passenger Cars (PC) segment with 2,122 unit sales. The Accent remains to be HARI’s best-selling model with 1,383 units sold. On the other hand, the Eon registered 467 units while the Elantra yielded 272. As a whole, HARI said that its PC segment sales is up by 2% year-on-year.
On the other hand, HARI’s Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segment managed to sell 1,151 units last August 2017. This accounts to 62% growth as compared to August 2016 sales. The H-100 made a huge contribution to HARI’s LCV sales growth last month with 477 units sold. It is followed by the Tucson with 348 units, while the Grand Starex logged 266.
From January to August 2017, HARI’s sales figures increased by a total of 9% tallying 24,233 units sold. As of this writing, the Accent posted 10,702 units sold followed by the Eon registering 4,840 units and the Elantra with 1,172.
The Grand Starex is on top of HARI’s LCV segment with 2,724 units sold from January to August 2017. It is followed by the Tucson with 2,191 units and the H-100 with 2,129.
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