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2013 - 2014
  • October
      • October's performance was characterized by strong contributions from both Passenger Car (PC) and Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segments. Led by the month's biggest contributor, the formidable Accent's tally rose 42.2% to 556 units against 391 the month before. This was followed closely by the Eon, which managed a steady climb to 400 units from 354.
      • On the LCV front, favorable supply conditions allowed the luxurious Santa Fe a month-on-month growth of 36.8% with a total of 104 units in October. Likewise, the Grand Starex increase its tally over September by 40.6%, ending the month with 201 units sold. Not to be outdone, the brand's workhorse also saw a considerable increase for the month with the H100 utility truck netting 135 units for a 55.2% uptick compared to the month before.
  • September
      • The PC category managed to expand by a healthy 44% against the same period in 2012 to cushion the shortage in the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segment which posted a 32% decrease for the month.
      • Hyundai's September growth saw a combined effort from the Eon, Accent, and Elantra. All posting impressive double digit growth figures, the surge was led by the 2012 Philippine Car of the Year's lucky 88% increase for the period.
      • Launch, Hyundai Pasong Tamo
      • Hyundai SAGIP steps up: F.I.R.S.T (Fast & Immediate Rescue and Service Team) 24/7 emergency roadside assistance service for flood-damaged Hyundai vehicles
  • August
      • Kick off, Hyundai Lateral Drift Series, featuring the Hyundai Genesis Coupe
      • HARI notched up an impressive 29% increase versus the same period in 2012 with sales for the month reaching 1,877 units from 1,454 in August 2012.
      • The brand's Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) led the charge in June and July, followed by the Passenger Cars (PC), totaling a 24% passenger car uptick, compounding the remarkable growth momentum of LCVs which registered a 40% upsurge for the period.
      • Passenger car performance was spearheaded by the outstanding 437% expansion of Eon sales in August with 499 units of the stylish subcompact rolling out of showrooms compared to 93 units in August 2012.
  • July
      • HARI posted 21% Year-on-Year (YoY) increase in July with sales soaring to 1,844 units against 1,530 during the same month in 2012. The popularity of the brand's Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) drove the July sales blitz, with the LCV offerings, led by the all new Santa Fe, registering significant growth to contribute to an overall 80% segment increase for the period. Following this trend was the Grand Starex Passenger Van which posted a 69% uptick, while the H100 utility truck improved its performance by a stellar 306%. Rounding out the LCV onslaught was the Tucson, which reinforced its position as the number one Compact SUV in the market with a solid 5% increase in sales for the period.
      • Elantra, 2012 Philippine Car of the Year carried the torch for the brand's Passenger Car (PC) vehicles, expanding by 143% in the given period to offset steep supply constraints in the sub compact category.
  • June
      • Hyundai's Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) fueled the brand's performance, rising by 17% over the previous month. The ever-popular Grand Starex Passenger Van netted a 28% increase month-on-month, while the resilient Tucson proved its staying power as top-of-mind Compact SUV with a 38% growth over May of this year.
      • Sales of the Genesis Coupe saw its numbers increase by a staggering 322% in the first six months of 2013 versus the same period in 2012. The Eon subcompact held its own, growing by 11%. Finally, the all-new Santa Fe moved by !69% Year-to-Date (YTD).
  • May
      • Hampered by supply limitations, Hyundai's Passenger Cars (PC) suffered a 5% decline compared to the same period in 2012. Offsetting this, however, was the stellar performance of the Accent sub-compact which increased its year-on-year (YOY) volume by 14.9%. The brand's Commercial Vehicles (CV) also fared well, ending the period with a 5.3% growth compared with May 2012 figures.
  • April
      • Launch, Hyundai Jet Service Premium
      • HMC Creative Design Manager Casey Hyun as ICON Manila guest speaker: Smart Mobility in Smart Cities of the Future/ Hyundai Fluidic Sculpture
      • Hyundai I-Oniq headlines the future of motoring at iCON Innovation in Mobility Expo, Manila.
  • March
      • Launch, Hyundai Dumaguete
      • Bouncing back from a supply-hampered February, Hyundai passenger and commercial vehicles posted favorable numbers, with passenger cars registering 2% growth, to finish at 1,343 units vs. 1,316 in March 2012. The Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segment also posted strong digits with 984 Hyundai LCVs rolling off showroom floors from 929 units in March 2012.
  • February
      • HARI experienced an overall 20% decline from 4522 units sold Jan-Feb 2012. Sales of PC models declined by 51% while the LCV segment maintained strong sales levels, ending the period with 20% growth from the previous year.
  • January
      • Launch, All-new Hyundai Santa Fe
      • HARI opened the year with a 32% growth in sales. Passenger Car (PC) models performed exceptionally well, posting a 65% increase. Vehicle sales for the period were led by the Grand Starex, the newly refreshed Genesis Coupe, as well as the Hyundai sub-compacts, Accent and EON.