Now looking better and offering more quality and value than ever before, the Hyundai Amica is set for a comeback. It’s a return that promises to delight old fans and find new devotees alike.
From 1 March 2006, the restyled and revised Amica will resume its place as the entry-point to Hyundai’s exceptional model range - the widest currently offered by any manufacturer in the UK.
In terms of price, running costs and specifications, Amica is a formidable contender, while the seal of quality offered by Hyundai’s five year, unlimited mileage, fully transferable warranty is one that none of its competitors can match.Amica and the UK Market
The Amica makes a timely return to UK showrooms, as it was Hyundai's fourth best selling car in Europe in 2005 and has been absent from the model line-up since 2002. The new car market’s A segment for minis and city cars is enjoying a surge in consumer interest and sales, with new contenders from a number of manufacturers.
Managing Director, Tony Whitehorn said: "Hyundai is confident the Amica has a competitive role to play - it was our third best selling car in Europe in 2005. As well as having a direct appeal to former Hyundai Amica and Atoz owners, many of whom have requested its return, Amica has the potential to win valuable new customers, too.
"It will have particular appeal to those for whom reliability and ease of use are key considerations. The quality and durability offered by Amica, in common with all Hyundai’s current model range, is exemplified by Hyundai’s unique and industry leading five year, unlimited mileage, fully transferable warranty. It is a package no other manufacturer can match and provides peace of mind for the owner."
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