Two-Wheeler Festive Offers: Benefits of upto Rs.6,000 across Hero Electric range
Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturer Hero Electric has announced limited period festive offers across its lithium-ion & lead-acid range of electric scooters. As part of this limited period festive offer, customers can now avail a flat cash discount of Rs. 3,000 for lead-acid models and Rs. 5000 on select models across all Hero Electric dealerships in India. Additionally, the company's referral scheme will award an additional Rs 1,000, making the total worth of benefits to Rs. 6,000. Hero Electric, however, will not be offering these benefits on the newly launched Optima HX City Speed and Nyx HX City Speed, which have been priced at Rs 57,560 and Rs 63,990 respectively, for a limited period.
The above-mentioned benefits will be offered till November 14, 2002 across over 500 dealerships in the country. In addition to the flat cash discounts, Hero Electric is also offering options for consumers to choose from additional discounts on the exchange of any two-wheelers upto Rs. 5000 or avail attractive finance options at 0 per cent interest at select locations. Hero Electric is also offering a one of its kind 3-day return policy on all its e-bikes along with a cashback of up to Rs. 2,000 on the reference of other consumers.
"Coming out of the lockdown, India has witnessed the impact of not having polluting vehicles on the road. By making a shift to cleaner, greener mobility solutions, together we can bring about a change. With a bouquet of festive offers for all our consumers, we are making it easier to own an electric vehicle at the very affordable prices. It is an exciting time for Hero Electric to be a part of our consumers' lives and celebrations. This festive season, once again we want to add to the joy of our customers by giving them an opportunity to buy their favourite electric scooter from the entire range of Hero Electric vehicles including the 5 new bike variants at very attractive prices." commented, Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric.
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