Hyundai India Commences 25th Free Car Care Clinic
Earlier this year, ‘Free Car Care Clinic’ was announced in March during which more than 3 lakh customers across the country availed the benefits.
New 2017 Hyundai Verna. Image used for representative purpose only. (Image: Hyundai India)
Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL) today announced the 25th Edition of the nationwide ‘Free Car Care Clinic'. The customer connect program will be held from Dec 19 - 25, 2017 across over 1,300 service points across the country.
Speaking on the initiative, Mr. YK Koo, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. said, “Hyundai has always laid a strong emphasis on unique service initiatives. These efforts have made us achieve Number 1 Rank in JD Power 2017 India Customer Service Index (Mass Market) study with a score of 923 making a strong “Service Brand Image” within customers. The 25th Free Car Care Clinic is a step further to make Hyundai ownership a delightful experience.
The ‘Free Car Care Clinic’ will offer benefits as per the vehicle age to cater to the requirements of different customers along with the 90point car check-up with examination of the engine, transmission, electrical system, under-body, AC, exterior, etc, Up to 10% discount on Mechanical parts, 20% discount on labour (for >2 years old vehicles), Up to 25% discount on extended warranty for Creta and up to 20% discount on VAS products.
Earlier this year, ‘Free Car Care Clinic’ was announced in March during which more than 3 lakh customers across the country availed the benefits. With ‘Free Car Care Clinic’ it is a nationwide effort to focus consumers’ attention and educate them on the importance of proper vehicle care, maintenance and the use of genuine parts from Hyundai authorized service centers.
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