Coronavirus impact: Hyundai offers discount on select models in June
The Korean carmaker has announced lucrative discounts for select models in its fleet for the month of June 2020. The company has authorised its dealers to host discount offers to boost customer sentiment as the country tries to get back on its feet coming out of the lockdown. It is also offering additional benefits of Rs 3000 to medical professionals as a gesture of appreciation for putting their lives on the line in the battle against Coronavirus pandemic. The discount offer covers models like Hyundai Elantra, Elite i20, Grand i10 Nios, Grand i10 and Santro.
Customers who are interested in buying the BSVI Santro can redeem benefits worth Rs 30,000 and it includes exchange benefits of Rs 15,000, a corporate discount of Rs 5,000 and a cash discount of Rs 10,000.
Buyers who are looking to purchase the BS6 Hyundai Grand i10 can avail benefits of up to Rs 60,000, it covers a cash discount of Rs 40,000, exchange bonus of Rs 15,000 and Rs 5,000 corporate discount.
Potential customers of the Grand i10 NIOS are offered special benefits of up to Rs 25,000 including a cash discount of Rs 10,000, exchange discount of Rs 10,000 and corporate benefits worth Rs 5,000. The car also comes with Hyundai's 3-year/unlimited km extended warranty and 3-year roadside assistance.
The BSVI i20 buyers can avail discounts up to Rs 35,000 and this includes a cash discount of Rs 15,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 15,000 along with corporate benefit of Rs 5,000.
And Hyundai Elantra gets a whooping benefit package of Rs 1.05 lakh. This includes a cash discount of Rs 40,000, exchange benefits worth Rs 40,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 20,000.
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