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The 'Mega Exchange Mela’ so advertised, caters to an exchange bonus of INR 35,000 on the latest Hyundai Verna. While the Xcent diesel features an exchange offer of INR 45,000. Within the Hyundai line up, there are various other models of which the Eon features an exchange bonus of INR 10,000, i10 INR 15,000, Grand i10 (petrol) INR 15,000 and (Diesel) stands INR Rs 25,000. Also Read - Four students killed in road mishap
As for their premium sedan, Hyundai Elantra it is due for a facelift which we expect will be more on the lines of cosmetic upgrades both on the inside as well as the outside. Mechanically there is no news yet, whether there would be any enhancements so one would have to wait for more information on that. Their flagship SUV, Santa Fe too features an exchange bonus of Rs 50,000. Also Read - Birthday joyride gone wrong: Car catches fire; none injured
Earlier today homegrown automaker Tata Motors also announced some exclusive discounts and exchange benefits, which are valid till the 30th of this month. Tata’s this particular scheme allows the customer to avail some exclusive discounts on Tata Motors’ entry level car Nano along with special exchange benefits on newly launched Tata Zest and Tata Bold. Other models to be included within the offer are Safari Storme, Safari Dicor, Indigo eCS and Indica eV2.
With all of this fuss about ban on diesel-run cars, this is truly a smart move made by Hyundai and Tata Motors. Guess for all those who are concerned about the ban, this could very well be a viable option for buyers to go for one of these offers to get rid of the headache once and for all.