- Hyundai is giving a 3g gold coin on the purchase of the Santro and Grand i10 along with other benefits.
- Xcent S Petrol is available with a cash discount of Rs 92,000.
- Benefits of upto Rs 20,000 on Elite i20.
- Verna is available with benefits of upto Rs 30,000.
Planning to buy a Hyundai car this month? Rejoice! Hyundai is offering benefits of up to Rs 2 lakh across its model range except for the Creta. So, without further ado let’s find out how much you can save on your new Hyundai car.
Hyundai Santro: Hyundai is offering benefits of upto Rs 30,000 on Santro. In addition, the carmaker is also giving a 3g gold coin (worth upto Rs 10,000) on the purchase of a new Santro.
Hyundai Grand i10: Like the Santro, Hyundai is offering a 3g gold coin on the purchase of the Grand i10 as well. Other available benefits on the Grand i10 add upto Rs 95,000.
Hyundai Xcent S (petrol): It’s the only car to be available with a cash discount. You can buy the Xcent S petrol for Rs 5.49 lakh, Rs 92,000 less than the standard price of Rs 6.41 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Hyundai Xcent (remaining variants): The Xcent is available with benefits of upto Rs 85,000.
Hyundai Elite i20: The second-best selling Hyundai (in April 2019) is being offered with benefits of upto Rs 20,000.
Hyundai Verna: The best-selling compact sedan in the month of April can be had with benefits of upto Rs 30,000.
Hyundai Elantra: The Elantra is the least selling sedan in its class with sub-100 monthly numbers in the month of April. In an effort to turn things around, Hyundai is offering benefits of upto Rs 2 lakh on the mid-size sedan. Hyundai has already launched the Elantra facelift in the global market. It is expected to come here by the end of this year.
Hyundai Tucson: The Tucson is available with benefits of upto Rs 1 lakh.
Note: Offers are valid till May 31 and may vary from dealer to dealer. Other benefits should include exchange bonus, corporate bonus, among others but please contact your nearest dealer for a better understanding.
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