- 12 hrs ago Top Bike News Of The Week: Important Highlights In Two-Wheeler Segment From Previous Week
- 14 hrs ago 2021 Jeep Compass Facelift Spied Testing Ahead Of Launch: Spy Pics & Details
- 14 hrs ago Made-in-India Renault Kwid Scores 2 Stars Global NCAP Safety Rating In Africa
- 17 hrs ago All-New Suzuki Burgman Street Electric Scooter Spied Testing Yet Again: Spy Pics & Details
- Technology Xiaomi Mi 11 Concept Render Hits The Web: Triple Rear Cameras And More
- Movies Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar December 5 Highlights: Nikki Tamboli Gets Eliminated From The House In Mid-Season Finale
- Sports F1 2020: Bottas and Russell share front row in Hamilton's absence
- News Opposition parties extend support to Bharat Bandh by farmer unions; Protests in several states
- Education DU 7th Cut-off 2020 Released, Check Stream-wise Cut-off At du.ac.in
- Lifestyle Congratulatory Messages, Wishes & Quotes To Share On The Birth Of A Baby Boy
- Finance Income Tax Benefits To Very Senior Citizens: Know Them
- Travel 10 Best Places To Visit In Madhya Pradesh In December
Hyundai India recently announced that it will be restarting its operations in India from the 6th of May 2020. The company has slowly started to reopen dealerships across India in a phase-wise manner, as per the government's lockdown relaxation guidelines in many parts of the country.
Hyundai announced that as part of their restart operations, the company has reopened 255 dealerships and workshops across the country. Also, the company announced that since the restart, Hyundai has already registered 170 units of sales since the 6th of May 2020.
The company announced that over the past two days, the 255 Hyundai dealers across India have received over 4000 customer enquiries and around 500 bookings. With production operations just having begun, it is likely that these 170 retailed units are using the stocks from before the lockdown period.
Along with the start of dealership operations, Hyundai has also issued a new set of guidelines for its sales and service outlets across India. These new guidelines ensure all safety and social distancing norms are being followed by all staff members in accordance with the state and central government's regulations.
Just before the lockdown began in India on the 24th of March 2020, Hyundai launched the all-new Creta SUV in the country. The 2020 Hyundai Creta received an overwhelming response instantly, with the company registering over 20,000 bookings for the SUV.
Also, during the lockdown period, Hyundai has been able to silently introduce a number of BS6-compliant models in the market, discontinuing the old BS4 units. While bookings for these were available online, deliveries are said to start very soon.
The most recent BS6 update from Hyundai was for its Grand i10 NIOS diesel model. The new BS6-compliant Hyundai i10 Grand NIOS diesel is now offered with a starting price of 6.75 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi) — here are the details.
Thoughts About Hyundai Reopening Sales & Service Operations In India
Hyundai, among many other vehicle manufacturers, have slowly restarted operations in the country. With the businesses having been shut down for over 40 days, it has taken a serious toll on India's economy. Now, with vehicle sales slowly back in operation, it will come as a relief for many.