A TRUE WORK­HORSE

More than 3.6 lakh kilo­me­tres on the odo and yet the Tuc­son re­fuses to give up

Evo India - - SPECIAL FEATURE: 20 YEARS OF HYUNDAI -

MA­HESH, A PUNE-BASED HOTE­LIER swears by his 13-year-old Tuc­son, even to­day. A true work­horse, the ahead-of-it­stime SUV has clocked a stag­ger­ing 3.6 lakh kilo­me­tres on the odo. Ma­hesh be­lieves that it still has quite a lot of horse­power left in it. “The way it glides over pot­holes and bad patches is sim­ply amaz­ing. I haven’t yet sat in a more com­fort­able car till date.”

Like a true blue busi­ness­man, Ma­hesh prefers to be chauf­feur driven and the Tuc­son has taken care of his ba­sic re­quire­ments: safety and prac­ti­cal­ity. Ma­hesh is all praises for Hyundai’s de­pend­able ser­vice. He’s never had is­sues with sourc­ing parts for such an old car. “I think Hyundai has un­der­stood the In­dian cus­tomer well. That’s what makes them the sec­ond largest car­maker to­day.” Like ev­ery­one else, once a Hyundai-ite, al­ways a Hyundai-ite, Ma­hesh is look­ing for an up­grade as well. And what bet­ter than the cur­rent gen­er­a­tion Tuc­son, we say!

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