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Inokom Corp Bhd is a Malaysian assembler of Hyundai vehicles. The passenger vehicles are marketed by Hyundai Sime Darby Motors, which is co-owned by Hyundai Motor Company and Sime Darby.
In addition to Hyundai vehicles, Inokom is contracted to locally assemble BMW 3- and 5-Series cars, as well as the Land Rover Defender. Inokom had previously manufactured a van in a joint venture with Renault called Inokom Permas, which is a rebadged model of Renault Trafic.
The big wheels and high ground clearance are classic design elements of a sport-utility vehicle. Appearances can be misleading, though, because Santa Fe is more than that. It represents three Hyundais in one. Such is the model’s versatility that it combines a reassuring off-road capability with the comfort and driveability of a large passenger car and the practicality of a people-carrier for up to seven people. Truly, this is a car for all reasons. And the appeal of Santa Fe goes beyond simple good sense. The model’s most notable advantage is evident from every angle: up to the minute styling that gives it an elegant look at rest and on the open road.
The Hyundai HD5000 is ready willing and equipped to deliver. It brings a new dynamism and capability to the light duty trucks. Tough but stylish, comfortable and dependable, the HD5000 offers the perfect vehicle for the demand of the trucking business.
Hardy, reliable, economical and affordable are just some of the selling points of the Inokom Lorimas. Just recently updated and upgraded in design and features, the Inokom Lorimas is extremely popular among the budget and small business operators. Its world renowned standing has encouraged Inokom to export some of them.
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