Hyundai reduces prices of made in Nigeria cars - See Reason
As part of it efforts to increase the number of brand new small vehicles on the roads of the nation, Hyundai Motors Nigeria has announced a reduction of prices of it locally made vehicles in the B-segment.
Mr. Santhosh Niar, a spokesman of the company in a statement disclosed that a starting price of 2,695,000 has been announced in the B-segment as part of the 2017 Hyundai grand saving bonanza. The statement which quoted the Head of sales and marketing of the company, Mr. Jatin Nadkarni revealed further that the promo is currently limited to some selected models such as Hyundai i10, Grand Xcent and Accent, adding that this can however be extended to some other models in the future. In his words: “Stallion Hyundai Motors Nigeria is determined to cushion imminent scarcity of functional B segment cars and mitigate price increase of cars owing to last year’s prohibition of used vehicle import through the land borders. The offer also gives customers to buy the desired Hyundai models during this Easter festive season.” “Buyers of these three homemade models are offered free registration and free service for six months or 10,000km, whichever is earlier. “Even though the promo is a limited period offer and subject to availability, the incentives are in addition to Hyundai standard three-year or 100,000km warranty for i10 and Grand Xcent, and five-year or 100,000km warranty for Accent.”