Hyundai Alcazar review – Alcazar petrol prototype review

If you are as a lot of a Tintin enthusiast as I am, you will know of Standard Alcazar, the knife-throwing army dictator who hits his focus on with extraordinary precision. The Hyundai Alcazar also has been exactly aimed in between the Creta and Tucson, to plug a large gap that existed in Hyundai’s SUV line-up. No, the Alcazar hasn’t been named soon after the Tintin character, but soon after the royal and resplendent Moorish Castles in Spain, which the enterprise says has been the inspiration for its all-new SUV. That perhaps internet marketing waffle for which some company should have been paid thousands and thousands, but the corny name aside, the Alcazar, now globally unveiled, factors at the seriousness with which Hyundai is targeting the SUV space. The car I drove was a camouflaged prototype, not totally to output-spec but it gave me a taste of what to

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