2019 is expected to be a competitive year of Vietnamese automobile market, which is going to be fraught with fabulous newbies and various tax policies.
1. SUV is on top, rookies are coming to town!
A variety of novel car models equipped with cutting-edge features and competitive price are on their way to debut. They are mostly from famous car brands such as Honda, Hyundai, Ford, etc. Now, let’s take a look at some of the hottest rookies!
Hyundai Santa Fe 2019
This is the most anticipated cars of 2019. It was displayed in Hyundai dealers from November, 2018, then, be positively evaluated by customers. What makes it extremely appealing is all advanced features provided, with HUD (Head-Up Display), 7- inch super bright speedometer screen (able to change colors in every Drive-Mode), electric power steering system, HTRAC all-wheel drive system, blind spot detection and warning system, smart child safety lock,…
Honda Passport 2019
While sedan sales gradually decreased, Honda decided to concentrate on SUV and Honda Passport is the first hero which greatly surprised anyone who is a big fan of Japanese car brand. Up to now, the information of this SUV has not been widely leaked, we just know that if Honda Passport 2019 penetrate Vietnamese market, it will be the third of the four, above HR-V, CR-V and under Pilot.
Let’s waiting for its arriving to Vietnam.
Ford Edge 2019
Ford Edge 2019 is predicted to be a formidable opponent of Hyundai Santa Fe 2019. Ford affirmed to equip various attractive features for Ford Edge 2019, for example, ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) with Stop&Go feature using brake to completely stop the car being involved in traffic jam and able to activate even when the automobile is moving at the speed of 200 km/h.
Chevrolet Blazer 2019
What makes Chevrolet Blazer become a “real gangster” is its fabulous design which is decently sporty with an enormous vigorous body. Chevrolet specially equipped two strongest engines for Blazer. Those are the reasons why Blazer will actually attract customers when it arrives in Vietnam.
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