(PRWEB) May 13, 2014

Hyundai Motor Company Australia be part of forces with global house and life-style icon Williams-Sonoma, Inc. to launch their manufacturer in Australia. A fleet of award successful Hyundai Santa Fe SUVs will assist a marketing tour of Sydney providing towing electrical power for a convoy of classic caravans.


Every caravan will attribute exclusive theming based mostly on 1 of Williams-Sonomas manufacturer idea retailers- Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Youngsters and West Elm -just lately open in Bondi Junction. The new concept retailers are the very first outside of North The united states to be owned and operated by the retailer as element of its general global enlargement approach.

Identifying a companion for the modern outdoor launch marketing campaign was effortless. With a towing capacity of up to 2,500kg* and striking great seems the all-new Santa Fe was a normal fit for the launch of the iconic Williams-Sonoma model in Australia. Developed with the way you dwell in thoughts, and just like the collection of brand names it is marketing, the Santa Fe provides refreshing inspiration, standout design, practicality, and performance.

The caravans visited Paddington and Bondi last weekend and Sydney-siders will have the possibility to yet again interact with the world leading homewares brand names as they convoy the town this weekend on the 11th-12th of May possibly. Clients with be provided a glimpse into a new realm of house and life style retailing with the opportunity to get branded solution and advertising presents.


Seeking to get a crossover/suv….i like equally of these automobiles, obv. value is a distinction, but photograph sensible they look really similar…are they??

Reply by Matthew J
Dimensions! they may seem various, but the Santa fe is scaled-down.
Hope this will help – matt

Solution by UCANTCME
They search somewhat the very same but the Veracruz looks alot sportier overall.

Reply by beavanjb
As earlier pointed out, size is one big difference, along with price, motor, regular attributes and general seems to be, MPG is the identical as is the towing ability, 18 inch wheels and five star crash ratings all all around. Personally I feel the exterior of the Veracruz is a little bit basic and prefer the Santa Fe. I feel the Santa Fe is the ideal price of the 3 Hyundai SUV’s, the Veracruz is only marginally greater and marginally more effective, but cost about $ 5000 much more. The Veracruz has the greater transmission, six pace as an alternative of five pace, it also has luxurious features like energy lift gate and rear A/C. You should check out this comparison http://www.edmunds.com/applications/nvc/edmunds/VehicleComparison?op=&tab=pricing&isbasecar=untrue&modelid=&styleid=&refid=&maxvehicles=five&vehicleindex=&removestyle=&numCars=2&just=middle&disclaimer=fake&modelId0=100506150&styleId0=100761212&modelId1=100522808&styleId1=100863238