Hyundai Motor has launched an upgraded lineup of the Grandeur sedan to help boost sales, the company said on Nov. 6.
The Korean carmaker has added a set of premium features, currently available in the luxury Genesis sedan, such as a lane-keeping system, an automatic speed control system and an engine stop-and-start system, to the latest Grandeur model, Hyundai said in a statement.
The facelifted Grandeur sedan is priced at between 31 million won (US$28,000) and 43 million won, depending on features. The gasoline hybrid version of the model carries a price tag of 36 to 40 million won, it said.
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