Hyundai India has announced its year end offers on its entire line up of cars except for the Hyundai Verna and the Creta. The move comes just in time when other manufacturers like Renault, Maruti Suzuki India and Tata Motors have announced heavy discounts on their cars. It is believed that Hyundai wants to clear the existing stock from this year in its dealerships by offering lucrative offers to customers. You can save up to 95,000 Indian Rupees if you don’t mind buying a 2017 make year Hyundai car.
Hyundai i20is probably the most important car in the Korean company’s line up which competes with the most popular car of India – the Maruti Suzuki Swift. To make the i20 more lucrative for the Indian customer, Hyundai is offering discounts of 60,000 on the car. There is a 20,000 cash discount, 30,000 exchange discount and if you opt for higher end variants of the Hyundai i20 then you can save up to 10,000 more.
Hyundai i10 Grand:
The Hyundai i10 has been driving steady sales for the company here in India and the company wants to keep it the same way. Hyundai is offering a 50,000 cash discount on the grand i10 along with a 25000-35000 exchange bonus depending upon the fuel type petrol or diesel. Also opting for the higher end variants saves you 10,000 Rupees more.
The Hyundai Tucson might be cursing the skies for the wrong timing of its launch in the Indian car market. It became an instant hit when it was launched but with the entry of Jeep Compass in India it made little to no sense. To swing things in favour of the car Hyundai is offering a 70,000 Rupee exchange bonus on the Tucson.
Hyundai Verna’s elder sibling Elantra competes against the likes of Toyota Corolla and the Skoda Octavia both which are the favourites of the premium sedan buyer in this segment. Although, the Elantra has not been doing bad at all Hyundai is still offering a 70,000 Rupee exchange bonus.
Hyundai Eon is the smallest car for the Korean company in India and making a dent into the sales of the Kwid and the Maruti Suzuki Alto is no easy task. Hyundai wants to give Eon an edge over the two by offering 50,000 cash discount as well as 10,000 exchange bonus.
Hyundai Xcent with the 2017 facelift has sorted the only thing that was wrong with the previous generation and that is the exterior looks. The car has been doing well in the compact sedan segment but the presence of the Maruti Suzuki Dzire haunts every car in the competition. Therefore, Hyundai is offering a 30,000 cash discount along with a 25,000 exchange bonus.