Hyundai India Offers Massive Discount Valid Till December End


In order to gain the attention of customers, Hyundai India has announced a discount on all its models across the range. It applies to both diesel and petrol models till the end of December at all showrooms situated in the country. Such offers are often made in order to celebrate certain occasions or to clear out the unsold stock. As the year is about to end, the automaker has put huge discounts on its offerings that could affect its sales. At the same time, other brands present in the market are also likley to be affected by this offer.

Talking about the entry level, the petrol and CNG variants of i10 are going to be offered at a discount of INR 50,000, while the petrol variant of Eon is available at a discount of INR 44,000. Further, the Grand i10 and Xcent models have been tagged at a discount of INR 55,000 for both diesel and petrol category. Elantra is being offered at INR 60,000 discount, whereas Verna and Santa Fe have been made available at discount of INR 65,000 and INR 70,000 respectively. If you are looking for a safe car to drive out onto the streets then you should consider checking out these used vehicles for sale.

Besides the cash discount, Hyundai has declared that the customers can buy cars at zero down payment along with third year warranty that will be free, not only that but they will also be able to get Used Hyundai Cars for a good price. All these offers are subject to certain terms and conditions. Moreover, it is based on Delhi ex-showroom prices. This practice of putting heavy discounts is not new to the market. As the new year will commence, new models will be rolled out for sale.

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