Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has always been at the forefront in formulating new COVID-19 relief measures ever since the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. The manufacturer has donated and contributed relief support worth Rs 26 crore to the Government of India.
Hyundai has come up with different relief measures to support its customers affected by the Amphan cyclone in West Bengal. There's a Hyundai Relief Task Force formed and some discounts on depreciation on insurance claims are also being offered.
After having started operations at its plant, Hyundai Motor India has now taken up the onerous task of opening up its dealerships. The company has followed all government regulations and reopened 806 showrooms and 863 service stations across India.
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought in a major global crisis and to revive the car buying sentiment, Hyundai has started a unique EMI Assurance program. It provides relief to new vehicle buyers under uncertainties such as employment loss in view of financial costs/acquisition/merger of the company or due to any other applicable laws. Here's all you need to know about it.