Smart Care Clinic’: Hyundai India Announces 10-Day Service Camp


Srinagar: Hyundai India has announced a 10-day service camp, called ‘Smart Care Clinic’, across all Arise Hyundai workshops at Tengpora Srinagar, Mirza Kamil Sahib Srinagar, Delina Sangrama, Behama Ganderbal, Bumhama Kupwara & Azad Mall, Braripora Handwara .

The Service camp will be held between the 14th to 23rd of December 2020 and will offer customers comprehensive vehicle service and checkup options and other complimentary offers as well.

The Camp was inaugurated by Mr. Anurag Kumar (ZPSH-HMIL), Mr. Amit Sharma (RPSH-HMIL) and Mr. Sajad Beigh (Director-Arise Group) at Arise Hyundai, Srinagar

The 10-day camp will offer customers a wide range of benefits. These include a free top wash, 10 per cent discount on mechanical parts, a 20 per cent discount on mechanical labour and on all value-added services and a complimentary 50-point vehicle checkup.

Mr. Anurag Kumar commented on occasion that Hyundai is a customer-centric brand and a lifetime partner of customers. We believe in continuously bringing in innovation in products and services thereby providing an enhanced brand experience to our customers. Hyundai Smart Care Clinic is offering a wide range of innovative offers to further deliver unmatched customer delight and quality. Hyundai has also been declared as the Lowest in Maintenance Cost by Autocar for Elantra, Tucson, Creta, Verna, Aura & Elite i20 in Autocar Nov’20 edition.
Also, 200 lucky customers will get a complimentary 1-year extended warranty and while another 1000 customers stand a chance to win amazon/ fuel vouchers worth Rs 2000.

Mr. Sajad Beigh (Arise Group) also shared, Arise Hyundai will also be offering discounts of up to Rs 70,000 on a new car purchase.

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