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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Here Are The Confirmed Key Features Of Every Model In Hyundai Philippines' Launch Line-Up


About two weeks after their first dealer conference where they revealed their launch line-up, and around a week since pricing started leaking out through various sales agents, newly-appointed Hyundai distributor, Hyundai Motor Philippines (HMPH) is still quiet when it comes to engaging with the motoring media.

That said, operations across the Hyundai dealer network (or at least what’s left of it after a rather nasty split with former distributor Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc.) have already started. In particular, pre-selling for the Staria MPV, Tucson compact SUV, and Creta compact crossover have commenced with the Santa Fe mid-sized SUV and Creta soon to follow.

With that, we’re starting to have a better understanding of the key features and pricing of the local Hyundai line-up.

Again, let’s start things out with the warranty. All vehicles sold through HMPI authorized dealers stand to get a 5-year / 200,000-kilometer warranty (excluding wear-and-tear items, but inclusive of paint) which is similar to the one offered by HARI (although HARI did offer an unlimited mileage warranty). The audio and multimedia system gets a separate 3-year / 60,000-kilometer warranty, while corrosion protection is capped at 5 years or 100,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.

Now, let’s get to the pricing.

Since it’s a seller’s market, HMPH isn’t offering any substantial discount to would-be buyers. In fact, the discounts are only limited to the remaining vehicles sold through HARI such as the Reina and the Accent. The rest of the line-up looks like this:
  • Venue 1.6 GL AT – P 915,000
  • Venue 1.6 GLS AT – P 985,000
  • Creta 1.5 GL MT – P 998,000
  • Creta 1.5 GL AT – P 1,170,000
  • Creta 1.5 GLS AT (Red) – P 1,323,000
  • Creta 1.5 GLS AT – P 1,332,000
  • Tucson 2.0 GLS (Gas) – P 1,570,000
  • Tucson 2.0 GLS+ (Diesel) – P 1,840,000
  • Santa Fe 2.2 GLS (Diesel) – P 2,420,000
  • Staria 2.2 Cargo MT (Diesel) – P 1,560,000
  • Staria 2.2 Commuter MT (Diesel) – P 1,850,000
  • Staria 2.2 GLS+ AT (Diesel) – P 2,320,000
  • Staria 2.2 Premium AWD (Diesel) – P 2,930,000
As to the key features, this is what you get with every Hyundai model:

2022 Hyundai Venue
  • Available Colors: Polar White, Denim Blue, Cosmic Gray, Lava Orange, Phantom Black
  • 1.6-liter MPI D-CVVT Engine
  • Motor-Driven Power Steering with Drive Mode Select
  • 17-inch Alloy Wheels
  • Rear Spoiler w/ Integrated High-Mount Stop Lamp
  • 8-inch Touchscreen Monitor w/ 6 Speakers (Premium Speakers for GLS)
  • AC Temperature Control
  • ABS, ESC, HAC, PDW Safety Features
  • Smart Key Push Start System
  • 6 Airbags
2022 Hyundai Creta
  • Available Colors: Creamy White Pearl, Magnetic Silver Metallic, Dragon Red Pearl, Midnight Black Pearl
  • Smartstream G 1.5 DOHC D-CVVT Engine
  • Parametric Jewel Pattern Headlights w/ Hidden DRL
  • Cruise Control
  • 17-inch Alloy Wheels
  • 8-inch Touchscreen Monitor
  • Smart Key Push Start System
  • Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS)
2022 Hyundai Tucson
  • Smartstream G 2.0 (Gas)or Smartstream D 2.0 (Diesel)
  • Parametric Jewel Pattern Headlights w/ Hidden DRL
  • 8-speed AT Shift-by-Wire Transmission
  • 19-inch Alloy wheels
  • 8-inch Touchscreen Monitor w/ 6 Premium Speakers
  • Power Tailgate w/ Height Adjuster
  • Leather Seats
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS)
  • 7 SRS Airbags
2022 Hyundai Santa Fe
  • Available Colors: Abyss Black, Glacier White, Taiga Brown, Lagoon Blue
  • 2.2-liter R CRDI E-VGT Engine
  • Motor-Driven Power Steering
  • Cruise Control
  • Electronic Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold
  • 19-inch Alloy Wheels
  • Shift-By-Wire Transmission
  • 8-inch Touchscreen Monitor w/ 6 Premium Speakers
  • Power Tailgate w/ Height Adjuster
  • Leather Seats
  • Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS)
  • 6 SRS Airbags
2022 Hyundai Staria
  • Available Colors: Creamy White, Abyss Black, Olivine Gray
  • Smartstream R 2.2 CRDI VGT Engine
  • All-Wheel Drive / HTRAC
  • Bose Premium Sound System
  • Surround View Monitor
  • Blind Spot View Monitor
  • Dual Power Sliding Doors
  • Electronic Parking Brake w/ Auto Hold
  • Power Tailgate
  • Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS)

21 comments:

  1. creta staria no airbags?

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    1. Likely the number of airbags will vary on the model. Likely 2 as standard, going up to maybe 6 on higher variants. Expect if it's got ADAS, it's got airbags.

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    2. oh okay i'm relieved i thought typo error

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  2. no awd models in santa fe and tucson?

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    1. I hope they can introduce AWD variants (kahit indent order / special order).
      - Santa Fe Diesel AWD
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      - Tucson N Line Diesel AWD

      Hyundai Philippines, are you listening? ;)

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    2. Santa Fe and Tucson AWD doesn't make sense since ground clearance is only 170-180mm. These makes them more road going SUVs. It will only result in additional cost and weight.

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    3. Is your pick up available in the Philippines?

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    4. importing the Santa Cruz from America would be really expensive me thinks....

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  3. Tucson N-Line will be likely powered with the 1.6 SmartStream G T-GDi engine not diesel...

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  4. An awd van, that's cute! Btw, are the low trim staria's fwd or rwd?

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  5. All the ADAS features are probably strictly reserved on the highest trim of each HMP new cars (except Venue.)

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  6. Uly based on your specs, I think Hyundai will introduce their SmartSense ADAS here (at least it'll start as full package for the TOTL Staria, then HMP will trickle down some of the ADAS to the other cars—albet only reserved for TOTL cars except Venue?)

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  7. Venue, tucson , sta fe, n staria were priced fairly. But the creta wd weak 1.5l engine n just 2 erbags is overpriced, creta gls at 1.330m will be trashed by 1.250m hrv S n 1.3m corolla cross G which has a 1.8L engine

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    1. But Creta is way cheaper than HR-V and Corolla Cross in terms of price.

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    2. Creta GLS IVT got ADAS,Leather Seats,Auto Climate Control and others!
      HRV S is cheap as HCPI reduced its airbag count and removed lots of features..Corolla Cross 1.8 G is a gas guzzler with mediocre bland interior..
      Use your brain next time Jap Car Fanboy

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    3. Maybe what u mean is ADA as in WALA, chk it first n not let ur mouth b faster than ur brain. Wd just 2 erbags, fake leather n a vey vry mediocre engine d creta gls wil b trumpled by hrs S n powerful 1.8L cross G Qhich has 7 erbags

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  8. I hope they can electrify their lineup by bringing in Ioniq 5 and the upcoming Ioniq 6.

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    1. The Ioniq 5 will be assembled in Indonesia so that's almost sure.

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  9. no remote parking for tucson?

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