Tuesday, June 07, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
Hyundai and Volkswagen petrol cars become lucrative
Korea’s leading automobile car manufacturer and India’s second largest company in terms of market share, Hyundai Motors India Limited has proclaimed to satisfy customers with a new and interesting outline for petrol variant cars. The name offering this scheme is the Petrol Price Protection Scheme which would take effect for Hyundai’s hotcake cars like Hyundai Santro Xing and Hyundai i10.
Under this alluring Hyundai Petrol Price Protection Scheme, the inflating Petrol prices will not be a concern for new customers and according to company officials a price rise protection will be provided.
But every good deal comes with a price to pay, hence to avail the amazing benefits of Hyundai Petrol Price Protection Scheme customers will have to drive their pleasurable Hyundai vehicle under a limit of 1000kms for the subsequent single month. Sticking to the norms, this scheme will only be applicable when the petrol price rise is less than Rs 5 per litre, otherwise it would be termed invalid. The brilliant market strategy is to prize the new customers of Hyundai i10 and Hyundai Santro Xing with a handsome loyalty bonus of Rs 10k and 20k respectively.
The highly inflating petrol prices daily have compelled the Volkswagen and Hyundai to churn new business ideas to sell their petrol variants.
Now Volkswagen Vento petrol sedan from the Volkswagen automobile giant is accessible at a decent interest rate of 6.99% this amazing offer is applicable to both MT and AT.