Chevrolet 100 Hour Sale Announced In India To Provide Additional Benefits To Customers - Overdrive

Chevrolet 100 Hour Sale announced in India to provide additional benefits to customers

18 Jun 2015 / 0

Chevrolet India has announced its new sales scheme for potential customers. The Chevrolet 100 Hour Sale that began on June 18, 2015 will run till June 20, 2015  and promises benefits upto Rs 1 lakh. The sale is across GM’s 242 showrooms in the country.

Chevrolet Sail hatchback 2015 (8)
Those who book a Chevrolet Beat will get benefits of Rs. 70,499. Customers who buy the Chevrolet Sail get benefits of Rs 64,499 while those choosing to book the MPV Enjoy get benefits worth Rs. 62,500. The Chevrolet Cruze customer will get the most benefits, to the tune of Rs one lakh.
In addition to monetary benefits, Chevrolet will also give out gifts such as 2 gram gold coin, free accessories worth Rs 10,000, free extended warranty for two years and a free LED television with every purchase. The gifts, however, are model and region specific.
Rajesh Singh, vice president, marketing, sales and after sales, General Motors India said, “At General Motors India, it is our constant endeavor to keep up the excitement in the marketplace by offering value for money packages and attract more people to the Chevrolet fold. In continuation to these efforts, the company has also planned a multi-media communication campaign to reach out to its esteemed customers to create brand awareness and generate additional footfalls for enthusiasts to avail this limited period offer.”
Chevrolet has also announced the launch of its Complete Care Programme to enhance the after sales service experience of its customers.

To stay at the cutting edge of automotive news in India, follow Overdrive on Twitter (@odmag) or on Facebook ( Or download our app from the iOS or Android app stores today.

Find your next car
Shubhabrata Marmar
23 Jun 2017
Income lax department
Should someone earning a living from a vehicle get priority at...
Bob Rupani
15 Jun 2017
The lal batti and VIP culture
The government has banned the ‘lal batti’ or red beacon...