Diwali might have come and gone but the festive spirit still remains at Hyundai as the carmaker continues to offer discounts on most of its cars
The offers are applicable till the end of November.
Hyundai is offering benefits and not flat out cash discounts.
The festive season may have come and gone but Korean carmaker Hyundai is still not done with offering discounts to its customers. Most cars in its lineup are being offered with some kind of benefits and if you have been eyeing a Hyundai car, it might be worth your while to check out the offers below. However, do note that these offers are only applicable for the month of November.
Hyundai’s sub-4 metre hatchback, the Grand i10, is being offered with benefits of up to Rs 75,000. These benefits are applicable on petrol and CNG models. Hyundai recently discontinued a few variants of the Grand i10, including the diesel ones, to make way for the recently launched Grand i10 Nios.
Both petrol and diesel variants of the Elite i20 are being offered with benefits of up to Rs 65,000. Hyundai is also testing the next generation model of the Elite i20, which was spied recently. The test mule sported an all-digital instrument cluster, among other new features. The new-gen i20 is expected to debut at the 2020 Auto Expo in February.
The Santro is offered with the option of petrol and CNG powertrains. Hyundai is offering benefits of up to Rs 55,000 on the compact hatchback. Global NCAP recently tested the Santro and it scored a not-so-perfect two stars for adult safety just like its arch rival, the Maruti Suzuki WagonR.
It is not often that Hyundai offers discounts on the Creta, as it is one of the carmaker’s best-selling models. However, with new rivals in the segment, the Creta has started to lose its sheen and this could be the reason that Hyundai is offering benefits of up to Rs 80,000 on the compact SUV. The benefits are applicable on both petrol and diesel variants. Just like the Elite i20, the Creta will also undergo a transformation soon. Expect the new-gen model to make its debut at the 2020 Auto Expo in February.
The petrol and diesel variants of Hyundai’s sub-4 metre sedan are being offered with benefits of up to Rs 95,000. Recently, Hyundai also revealed that the next-gen Xcent, which will be based on the Grand i10 Nios, will be called the Aura.
The Verna is being offered with benefits of up to Rs 60,000. A facelift is on the cards, which could be launched in early 2020. It will use Hyundai-Kia’s new 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine that debuted with the Kia Seltos.
If big SUVs are your thing, check out the Tucson. Hyundai is offering benefits of up to Rs 2 lakh on petrol and diesel variants of the SUV. However, do note that its mid-life refreshed model is expected to be launched next month.
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