Hyundai launches service camp for COVID-19 front-line workers

    The camp includes a complimentary AC check along with other special offers for the select personnel.

    Published On May 19, 2020 05:42:00 PM

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    Hyundai launches service camp for COVID-19 front-line workers

    • Includes offers on interior sanitisation, labour charges, air purifiers, roadside assistance and extended warranty. 

    • Special offers for medical professionals on the purchase of select models. 

    Hyundai has announced the launch of a ‘Corona Warriors Camp’ from May 20 to May 31 at all its service centres that are operational across the country, adhering to government guidelines. The service camp is the manufacturer’s way of showing gratitude towards the personnel that are helping India battle the COVID-19 pandemic. 

    Customers that can avail the offers under the Corona Warriors Camp include medical professionals and police personnel. The camp will offer them priority service of their cars, along with a complimentary AC check. A free top wash and sanitisation of high touch points is also a part of the package. The camp will also have special offers for the customers on interior sanitisation, labour charges, air purifiers, roadside assistance and extended warranty packages. Additionally, there will be special offers for medical professionals on the purchase of select models from the Hyundai range. 

    Speaking about the introduction of the Corona Warriors Camp initiative, Tarun Garg, director – sales, marketing and service, Hyundai India said, “As a caring and socially responsible brand, it is our duty to support communities through times such as these. We have launched the Corona Warriors Camp as a token of our gratitude towards customers that are battling the COVID-19 crisis on frontlines and are extending our support through unique service offerings for their Hyundai cars, along with other added benefits.” 

    Similar to Hyundai’s camp, Tata Motors has also rolled out special benefits for individuals leading the fight against coronavirus from the frontline, including doctors, healthcare professionals and police officials.

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