Swot Analysis of Hyundai

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SWOT ANALYSIS

HYUNDAI

Strengths
The Quality Advantage
Hyundai owners experience fewer problems with their vehicles than any other car manufacturer in India (J.D. Power IQS Study). The Santro was chosen the best in the premium compact car segment and the Getz in the entry level mid - size car segment across several parameters. This study measures owner in terms of design, content, layout and performance of vehicles across several parameters. •A Buying Experience Like No Other

Hyundai has a sales network of 250 state-of-the-art showrooms across 189 cities, with a workforce of over 6000 trained sales personnel to guide our customers in finding the right car. Our high sales and customer care standards led us to achieve higher nameplate in the J.D. Power SSI Study. •Quality Service across 1036 Cities

In the J.D. Power CSI Study Hyundai scored the highest across all 7 parameters: least problems experienced with vehicle serviced, highest service quality, best in-service experience, best service delivery, best service advisor experience, most user-friendly service and best service initiation experience.The 92% of Hyundai owners feel that work gets done right the first time during service. The J.D. Power CSI study also reveals that 97% of Hyundai owners would probably recommend the same make of vehicle, while 90% owners would probably repurchase the same make of vehicle. Weaknesses

Commodity Price Risks
Hyundai commodity price risks to higher costs due to changes in prices of inputs such as steel, aluminum, plastics and rubber, which go into the production of automobiles.In order to mitigate these risks, the company continues to attempts to enter into long term contracts based on its projections of prices. In a volatile commodity market, where your company gives top priority to ensuring smooth availability of inputs, long term contracts are helpful. They also help minimize the impact of growing input prices. Conversely, long term contracts...
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