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Hyundai Entices Customers with Free Maintenance for New Vehicles

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Hyundai Motor America oils up their deals with free maintenance for their new vehicles. The freebie runs for three years and limited for a 36,000-mile run.

According to Automotive News, the company will launch its campaign for the new Hyundai Complimentary program on the Super Bowl pregame show this Sunday. The sweet service deal is available for brand new 2020 model-year Hyundai vehicles purchased or leased on February 1 onwards. It offers scheduled oil, filter and tire rotations maintenance for three years but limited on a 36,000 mileage.

Barry Ratzlaff, the chief customer officer of Hyundai America, said that the Complimentary Maintenance will help dealers ensure that their customers will have peace of mind on their new purchases. The free service comes with the company’s existing five years roadside assistance and three years of Blue Link connectivity. It is also packed with Hyundai’s 10-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

Hyundai will showcase its free service maintenance scheme together with the new 2020 Sonata sedan and Remote Smart Parking Assist on Super Bowl Sunday. The “Smaht Pahk” ad for the Sonata’s new Smart Parking Assist features popular personalities in Boston such as Marvel’s Chris Evans, Saturday Night Live’s Rachel Dratch, and The Office’s John Krasinski. It demonstrates how the auto can be parked automatically even in tight spaces with just a click of a button on its remote key.

Hyundai enjoyed a 4.7 percent increase in sales last year amid a 1.2 percent industry decline. However, Hyundai Motor America CEO Jose Muñoz believes there’s still room for improvement in terms of brand familiarity and customer satisfaction.

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