Car care drive starts off

BANGALORE: Hyundai Motor India Ltd launched the 12th edition of the nationwide free car care clinic recently. The programme will be held until March 25 and will be organised at over 785 Hyunda

Published: 19th March 2012 12:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:38 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Hyundai Motor India Ltd launched the 12th edition of the nationwide free car care clinic recently. The programme will be held until March 25 and will be organised at over 785 Hyundai workshops across the country.

Speaking at the launch of the campaign, Arvind Saxena, director (marketing and sales), HMIL said, “We expect an enthusiastic response to our clinic as our clinics have always been very popular.

It’s a great opportunity to meet our existing customers and listen to them. Our endeavour is to provide the best possible service that enables them to enjoy a trouble-free ownership experience.”

The clinic will offer a 80 point check-up and a thorough examination of the engine, transmission, electrical system, under-body, AC, exterior, etc. Hyundai customers can also avail up to 10 per cent discount on spare parts, selected accessories, extended warranty and other value added services on offer.

Daily gifts like 100 extended warranty along with Samsung Tab, mobile phones, cameras and other prizes are being offered during the entire period.

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