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Hyundai India announces nationwide service camp with complimentary 50 point check-up

Written by Nayak

Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL) has announced the launch of ‘Hyundai Smart Care Clinic’. It is a 10-day long service camp which is applicable to all the 1,288 service centres across the country. This National Wide Service Camp will start on the 14th of December and end on the 23rd of December 2020.

The key highlights of the service camp will be complimentary 1 year extended warranty for lucky 200 customers, complimentary amazon vouchers/fuel cards worth INR 2,000 for lucky 1000 customers, free top wash, 10% discount on mechanical parts up to 20% discount on mechanical labour, 20% discount on all value-added services, complimentary 50 point check, attractive discount up to INR 70,000 on a new car purchase and more.

With the rise of covid cases in the country, Hyundai is taking all the necessary measures to safeguard its customers by providing a 360-degree Digital and Contact-less service. All the services like vehicle service booking, vehicle status and more can be availed online via Hyundai Care App. Hyundai is also offering a pick & drop facility from home or office to provide a touchless service experience to its customers.

Hyundai Motors entered India in 1998 with the launch of Hyundai Santro, with the tall boy design. Soon, Santro was a big hit and this gave a lot of confidence to the South Korea car manufacturer and thus they kept on launching innovative products and gave a tough fight to Maruti Suzuki which had a monopoly in the market at that time. Fast forward to 2020 and Hyundai Motors India Ltd. (HMIL) has about 17% market share with over 5 million units of domestic sales till 2019. For the month of November 2020, HMIL sold 48,800 units of which Creta, Grand i10 and Venue were the best sellers. The 3rd generation i20 has received over 20,000 bookings just under 3 weeks from its launch. This booking number has now crossed the 25,000 units mark in just about a month.

Kia Motors, in which Hyundai owns about 33.88% entered the Indian automotive scene in 2019 with the launch of Seltos, followed by Sonet and Carnival recently. All their products are selling in good numbers and the partnership of these two South Korea automotive company plays a pivotal role in shaping the Indian automotive industry.