This 17-day Hygiene Drive started on 15th July and it will go on till 31st July’20.

Hyundai India has announced a nationwide 'Hygiene Drive' across its workshops in order to promote complete sanitization of vehicles during the COVID-19 pandemic. The customers can avail special incentives and offers on sanitization for their Hyundai cars. This 17-day Hygiene Drive started on 15th July and it will go on till 31st July’20. During the 'Hygiene Drive' initiative, the buyers can avail complete interior surface sanitization of their car at Rs 999 while the complete interior smoke sanitization will cost Rs 599.

Commenting on the Hyundai Hygiene Drive, Mr. Tarun Garg, Director – Sales, Marketing & Service, said, “At Hyundai, we place our customers’ safety and hygiene on top priority. The Hyundai Hygiene Drive is an initiative aimed at providing a seamless car sanitization experience for our valued customers at various touch points for their complete peace of mind. With over 1300 service outlets, HMIL is committed to provide the most comprehensive and qualitative service.” The Hyundai car owners will get free 50 points general check-up and hi-touch points sanitization during this nationwide campaign. In fact, the exterior dry washing of the vehicle will cost as low as Rs 340.

Keeping in line with respective State regulations, all Hyundai Showrooms and Workshops are adhering to the government guidelines that promote safety and hygiene among Customers and Employees. The company is also providing special offers on new car purchase during this period. Hyundai service facilities can also be experienced via 360° Digital & Contact-less Service. From online service booking through Hyundai Care App, Vehicle status update via WhatsApp, Pick and Drop from home/office and online payment facility, a touch free service experience is ensured for the customers. Hyundai India was ranked as No.1 by JD Power in Customer Service Index for 3 years on the trot.

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