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Hyundai launches new Warranty Schemes

By Motortrend India Staff   |   01 June,2008

Hyundai Motors, India’s second largest small car manufacturer has launched two extended warranty schemes for its customers.

Senior General Manager Customer Care Service of Hyundai Motors India said, “The warranty scheme is aimed to increase customer satisfaction. It also underlines our commitment towards customer care values and product quality.” The schemes will provide a maximum warranty on cars with minimal burden on customers.

The two warranty schemes are named as partial extended warranty scheme and the comprehensive extended warranty check. The schemes are applicable to Hyundai’s - i10, Santro, Getz Prime, Accent and Verna.

Under the comprehensive extended warranty scheme, the car owners will get full protection for the car for a period of five years or 1 lakh kms which ever is earlier. The scheme would ensure protection to mechanical parts, electrical parts, engine and transmission.

The partial extended warranty scheme will provide protection to engine and transmission for duration of five years or 1 lakh kms. The owners will be charged a minimal price for all repairs.

The company is preparing to get hold of the market. It has offered a series of discount schemes since January and has also organised periodical car care clinic. Hyundai is only second to Maruti Suzuki in India, which is the leader in small car segment. But it is now establishing itself in the Indian car market.

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