Like many car companies here in the Philippines, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. or HARI, has joined in providing extended warranties to its customers. This is due to the implementation of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), which is our government’s primary measure to fight the spread of COVID-19.
The said warranties that have lapsed within the ECQ will enjoy the said extended coverage for all Hyundai passenger car owners until May 31, 2020.
In a statement, HARI president and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo said that their organization considers the health and safety of their customers, as well as their employees of utmost importance. They also understand that most of their customers cannot get their respective vehicles serviced during this time. As such, extending vehicle warranty coverage might set their customer’s minds at ease.
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HARI is also donating aid
Aside from extending car warranties, HARI also said that they will be donating 2,500 personnel protective equipment (PPEs) to a major public hospital. This donation will then be followed with another set of PPEs for other health facilities, as well as facilities where front liners are currently being housed.
“We are closely monitoring COVID developments and we are one with the nation in fighting this epidemic. We are in awe and are grateful to our medical workers who are tirelessly working to protect and care for all their patients. Mabuhay kayo.” Perez-Agudo added.
Apart from HARI, Hyundai has already extended the warranty coverage of around 1.2 million vehicles worldwide.
Hyundai of America and other territories have already extended it's customers car warranty coverage
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Know more about Hyundai
In the local market, Hyundai Motor Philippines Inc., under the leadership of Lee Dong-Wook now sells Hyundai models locally as of 2022.
The brand’s lineup consists of the new crossovers which includes the Tucson, Santa Fe, and Creta. Under the MPV category, the Korean marque then has the new Staria model. The most affordable model in the local Hyundai lineup is the Creta's GL variant, which is priced at Php 998,000. The most expensive meanwhile is the Santa Fe, which retails at Php 2,420,000.
Of note, Philkotse makes sure to update its Hyundai car price list as needed. It also provides an up-to-date list of car promos for the said brand, as well as a list of Hyundai dealerships around the country.
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