The well-known car manufacturer Hyundai has decided to withdraw 4.71 lakh more SUVs from the market to rectify the electrical short-in in the computer.
Earlier in September, the company had called back from the vehicle market in the US due to the same mess. Now the company has warned the vehicle owners that they should park their SUV out in the open till the problem is rectified.
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The company has recalled the manufactured vehicles from the market during 2016 to 2018. Apart from this, Hyundai Tuso SUV manufactured during 2020 to 2021 has been withdrawn from the market. These vehicles have anti-lock brake system computers, which are prone to electrical short. This can cause a fire. However, such models that have Hyundai’s Smart Cruise Control feature have not been withdrawn from the market.Top 10 best-selling cars in 2020
Significantly, in the year 2020, the car sales figures have come out. Last year, Maruti Suzuki’s Swift car reached the top in the list of best-selling cars in the country. In terms of sales, Maruti’s highest number of cars has made it to the top 10 list. Maruti Swift was at number one, Baleno at number two and WagonR at number three, Alto at number four, Maruti Suzuki Dzire at number five, Maruti Suzuki Eeco at number six, Hyundai Creta at number eight, Hyundai Grand i10 at number eight, Kia Sonet at number ninth. And Kia Celtos has been on the last rung.
Hyundai’s Creta Becomes Best-Selling SUV
At the same time, Hyundai’s Creta was the best-selling SUV in 2020. It sold 97 thousand units. Kia Celtos was at number two, Mahindra’s Scorpio at number three, MG Hector at number four and Tata Harrier at number five.