Hyundai announces free check up camp across India
Hyundai India has announced its 'Free Car Care Clinic' program, which will be in its 17th edition and will be from February 28 to March 9 at its more than 1000 service outlets in the country.
The check up will include a comprehensive 80 point check covering all the essential parts of the car. Discounts will also be given on spare parts, labour charges, accessories and value add services. Customers will also be eligible for a 20 per cent discount, should they choose to opt for the extended warranty scheme. Long term customers having cars more than four years old will also get attractive offers through scratch cards. There are also schemes for customers who want to exchange their old Hyundai car and go in for a new one.
Hyundai will be giving 10 free extended warranties everyday for patrons coming to the camp. Applications can be made through the company's website or Hyundai Care mobile application.
Speaking on the initiative, Rakesh Srivastava, Sr. VP sales & marketing, HMIL said, "We at Hyundai continuously cater to the evolving needs and preferences of our customers. We have been receiving an overwhelming response to our 'Free Car Care Clinic' and this year also we hope to see increased participation from our customers across the country. Our objective is to provide the best of products and services to customers and enable them to enjoy value-added experience."
Hyundai free check up camp press release
|Hyundai Motor launches 17th Nationwide Free Car Care Clinic New Delhi, February 27, 2014: Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL), the country's largest passenger car exporter and the second largest automobile manufacturer, today announced the 17th edition of the nationwide 'Free Car Care Clinic' customer connect program. Aimed at extending the advantage of its excellent services to the customers, the camp will be held from 28th February to 09th March, 2014 at over 1000 Service Outlets across the country. Announcing the launch of the program, Mr. Rakesh Srivastava, Sr. VP Sales & Marketing, HMIL said, "We at Hyundai continuously cater to the evolving needs and preferences of our customers. We have been receiving an overwhelming response to our 'Free Car Care Clinic' and this year also we hope to see increased participation from our customers across the country. Our objective is to provide the best of products and services to customers and enable them to enjoy value-added experience." The 'Free Car Care Clinic' will offer a comprehensive 80 point check-up and a thorough examination of the engine, transmission, electrical system, under-body, AC, exterior, etc. Hyundai customers can also avail attractive discounts on spare parts/labour charges, selected accessories, and other value added services. In addition, Hyundai is also offering an attractive discount of up to 20 per cent on extended warranty and exciting offers on exchange of old cars. Hyundai values its long term relationship with its customers thus there are attractive offers through scratch cards for the customers having a car for more than 4 years. M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., the nationwide sponsor for this event is also offering attractive schemes and offers during the camp. To honor and reward Hyundai customers attending the camp, 10 free extended warranties will be rewarded on a daily basis and other exciting prizes during the entire period of the 10 days. Customers can book the service through Hyundai Care Mobile Application or through the Hyundai corporate website (www.hyundai.co.in).|
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