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Hyundai May 2021 discounts – Creta, i20, Verna

The Korean Car manufacturer Hyundai Motors has remained the 2nd largest car producer company in India for quite a long time, with only Maruti Suzuki getting ahead of it. The month of April wasn’t the best month for the company and the carmaker even registered a negative MoM sales growth. The company now is offering some attractive discounts to improve its sales on some of its cars. So, here is the list of Hyundai May 2021 discounts.

ModelsCash DiscountExchange BonusCorporate Discount
Hyundai SantroUp to Rs. 20,000Rs. 10,000  Rs. 5,000
Hyundai Grand i10 NiosUp to Rs. 35,000Rs. 10,000Rs. 5,000
Hyundai AuraUp to Rs. 35,000Rs. 10,000Rs. 5,000
Hyundai i20 (1.0L petrol iMT)0Rs. 10,000Rs. 5,000
Hyundai i20 (1.5L diesel MT)0Rs. 10,000Rs. 5,000
Hyundai Venue000
Hyundai Verna000
Hyundai Creta000
Hyundai Elantra000
Hyundai Tucson000
Hyundai Kona EVRs. 1,50,00000
Hyundai Xcent PrimeRs. 50,00000

Starting the list with the most affordable car offered by Hyundai, the Hyundai Santro which can be bought with a cash discount of up to Rs. 20,000, an exchange bonus of Rs. 10,000 and a corporate bonus of Rs. 5,000. Next, we have the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios which can be bought with a cash discount of up to Rs. 35,000, an exchange bonus of Rs. 10,000 and a corporate bonus of Rs. 5,000. The Hyundai Aura is also being offered with a cash discount of up to Rs. 35,000, an exchange bonus of Rs. 10,000 and a corporate bonus of Rs. 5,000.

The Hyundai i20’s both 1.0L petrol iMT and 1.5L diesel MT is being offered with an exchange bonus of Rs. 10,000 and a corporate bonus of Rs. 5,000. Other cars like the Hyundai Venue, Verna, Creta, Elantra and Tucson isn’t getting any discount officially, however, you can check your local dealer for any benefits or discounts.

The Hyundai Kona is being offered at a massive cash discount of up to Rs. 1,50,000 as the car is a lock production car and is only available on order. Next, we have the Xcent prime which is offered with a hefty discount of Rs. 50,000.

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