The ‘Relief Task Force’ initiative will be supporting the customer vehicles affected by heavy rainfall in Mumbai.

Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has introduced a ‘Relief Task Force’ with an aim to support all the customer vehicles affected by heavy rainfall and waterlogging in Mumbai. With the situation returning back to normal, Hyundai will be extending Emergency Roadside Service in order to support the customers for hassle-free and peace of mind experience. 

Besides this, Hyundai is also offering a 50 percent discount on the depreciation amount of insurance claims. In addition, customers whose vehicles have been affected by this unfortunate event of heavy rainfall and waterlogging will get a one-year complimentary RSA. 

“Hyundai is a socially responsible and customer-centric organization that is committed to making efforts for the betterment of society and communities. The safety and well-being of customers are our utmost priority. Recently, Mumbai has witnessed an unfortunate event of heavy rainfall and waterlogging. To combat this situation, we have ramped up our service support by forming a special task force to assist Hyundai customers in Mumbai to ensure their seamless mobility and peace of mind," as commented by Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing & Service).

Hyundai launched its three-row SUV, Alcazar last month in the country. The South Korean automaker has managed to sell over 5600 units of the 7-seater SUV till date in India. The SUV falls in the price range of Rs 16.30-19.99 Lakhs (ex-showroom). It is offered in three variants - Prestige, Platinum and Signature. Furthermore, it is sold in both 6-seater and 7-seater configurations in petrol as well as diesel fuel trims. Competing against the likes of Tata Safari, Mahindra XUV500, and MG Hector Plus, Hyundai Alcazar flaunts the brand’s global design language of ‘Sensuous Sportiness’. It comes packed with a plethora of segment-first features. 

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