Hyundai’s “Thrivin’ and Drivin’ at 16” promo allows Hyundai customers to enjoy big discounts, big savings, and low monthly payment schemes plans for the Accent, Tucson, Eon, Elantra, Veloster, Sonata, Santa Fe & Grand Starex. According to Hyundai, it is the way of showing its gratitude for its wonderful 16 years as a loyal band of Filipinos. Perhaps it really is a time for Hyundai to cherish its blessings.
Hyundai Asia Resources (HARI) is marking its 16th year in the Philippines with many cool promotions for its loyal customers
The financing promo gives car purchasers the freedom to save as much as P100,000. This may be used as cash discount and subsidies to further lower monthly down payment.
Apart from the big savings, Hyundai customers have a chance to win dream prizes through the raffle draw (Gadgets like the iPhone 7 Plus and Macbook Pro, roundtrip tickets to New York, London and Japan). And one can even drive home an all-new Hyundai Veloster Turbo.
The promo is also a financing promo gives car purchasers the freedom to save as much as P100,000
The “Thrivin’ and Drivin’ at 16” is made possible through HARI, the office distributor of Hyundai passenger and commercial vehicles and its bank partners: Security Bank, Eastwest Bank, BPI, RCBC, Chinabank Savings, and Maybank.
Please note that promo runs from July 3 to August 21, 2017. Please visit your nearest Hyundai dealerships to take advantage of the promo or log on to hyundai.ph or facebook.com/hyundaiph to get more information.
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HARI has proudly carried the Hyundai brand in the Philippines for 20 years