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Hi!

Update on Chinese New Year Promotion!

 

$8888 Ang Pow Discount :

Accent 1.4 @ $61,111

 

Avante Basic 1.6 @ $68,111

Avante S 1.6 @ $73,111

Avante Elite @ $80,111

 

I30 Hatchback @ $91,111

I30 Wagon @ $96,111

 

Tucson 2.0 @ $102,111

Tucson 1.6 A @ $106,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” @ $111,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” Sunroof @ $114,111

 

Ioniq Hybrid @ $96,111

Ioniq Hybrid Sunroof @ $104,111

 

Ioniq EV @ $120,111

Ioniq EV Sunroof @ $126,111

 

Kona EV @ $127,111

 

- 1k, 10k Labour free servicing voucher

- 5 years unlimited mileage warranty

- Front & Rear Recording Camera

- 3M Solar Film (Crystalline Grade)

 

Do let me know if you would like to come by our showroom for a non-obligatory test drive/discussion.

 

Nellie - Hyundai -

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Hi!

Update on Chinese New Year Promotion!

 

$8888 Ang Pow Discount :

Accent 1.4 @ $61,111

 

Avante Basic 1.6 @ $68,111

Avante S 1.6 @ $73,111

Avante Elite @ $80,111

 

I30 Hatchback @ $91,111

I30 Wagon @ $96,111

 

Tucson 2.0 @ $102,111

Tucson 1.6 A @ $106,111

Tucson 1.6 âSâ @ $111,111

Tucson 1.6 âSâ Sunroof @ $114,111

 

Ioniq Hybrid @ $96,111

Ioniq Hybrid Sunroof @ $104,111

 

Ioniq EV @ $120,111

Ioniq EV Sunroof @ $126,111

 

Kona EV @ $127,111

 

- 1k, 10k Labour free servicing voucher

- 5 years unlimited mileage warranty

- Front & Rear Recording Camera

- 3M Solar Film (Crystalline Grade)

 

Do let me know if you would like to come by our showroom for a non-obligatory test drive/discussion.

 

Nellie - Hyundai - ð

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Hi!

Update on Chinese New Year Promotion!

 

$8888 Ang Pow Discount :

Accent 1.4 @ $61,111

 

Avante Basic 1.6 @ $68,111

Avante S 1.6 @ $73,111

Avante Elite @ $80,111

 

I30 Hatchback @ $91,111

I30 Wagon @ $96,111

 

Tucson 2.0 @ $102,111

Tucson 1.6 A @ $106,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” @ $111,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” Sunroof @ $114,111

 

Ioniq Hybrid @ $96,111

Ioniq Hybrid Sunroof @ $104,111

 

Ioniq EV @ $120,111

Ioniq EV Sunroof @ $126,111

 

Kona EV @ $127,111

 

- 1k, 10k Labour free servicing voucher

- 5 years unlimited mileage warranty

- Front & Rear Recording Camera

- 3M Solar Film (Crystalline Grade)

 

Do let me know if you would like to come by our showroom for a non-obligatory test drive/discussion.

 

Nellie - Hyundai -

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The undelined caught my attention - need to pay for engine oil when doing 1k and 10k servicing.

 

Consumers here generally are used to totally free 1k, 10k, and 20k servicing. This one cheapskate enough to beat the cake by taking out the 20k servicing some more. In my opinion, should not try to look generous and yet scrimp on something so minor. Also like trying to use the servicing shortfall to sponsor the free front and rear camera which should be about equivalent in cost. Really look cheapskate imho.

To be fair, price seems almost $6k off launch list price but now less 2 yrs warranty n also less off 7 yrs free svc which has been taken away but then again Cat A COE has crept up n with less COE for next few mths, I think not really fair to say they cheapskate but just a tweaking of the package.
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Hi!

Update on Chinese New Year Promotion!

 

$8888 Ang Pow Discount :

Accent 1.4 @ $61,111

 

Avante Basic 1.6 @ $68,111

Avante S 1.6 @ $73,111

Avante Elite @ $80,111

 

I30 Hatchback @ $91,111

I30 Wagon @ $96,111

 

Tucson 2.0 @ $102,111

Tucson 1.6 A @ $106,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” @ $111,111

Tucson 1.6 “S” Sunroof @ $114,111

 

Ioniq Hybrid @ $96,111

Ioniq Hybrid Sunroof @ $104,111

 

Ioniq EV @ $120,111

Ioniq EV Sunroof @ $126,111

 

Kona EV @ $127,111

 

- 1k, 10k Labour free servicing voucher

- 5 years unlimited mileage warranty

- Front & Rear Recording Camera

- 3M Solar Film (Crystalline Grade)

 

Do let me know if you would like to come by our showroom for a non-obligatory test drive/discussion.

 

Nellie - Hyundai -

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Give with one hand and take away with the other

 

I wonder who they learnt that from?

 

Anyway Accent 1.4 @ $61,111 is a really good price.  [thumbsup]

 

:D

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To be fair, price seems almost $6k off launch list price but now less 2 yrs warranty n also less off 7 yrs free svc which has been taken away but then again Cat A COE has crept up n with less COE for next few mths, I think not really fair to say they cheapskate but just a tweaking of the package.

If the deals are genuine where there is really huge discounts offered, then why risk looking cheapskate by pulling this stunt that cost only about $500?

 

Why not just offer standard par freebies but reduce the huge discount by $500? If the huge discounts are really necessary to attract buyers, might as well remove more fredbies to have even more discount upfront to look even more attractive?

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Avante elite trim at $80k? Sounds like not bad deal?

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The undelined caught my attention - need to pay for engine oil when doing 1k and 10k servicing.

 

Consumers here generally are used to totally free 1k, 10k, and 20k servicing. This one cheapskate enough to beat the cake by taking out the 20k servicing some more. In my opinion, should not try to look generous and yet scrimp on something so minor. Also like trying to use the servicing shortfall to sponsor the free front and rear camera which should be about equivalent in cost. Really look cheapskate imho.

Servicing cost $200 at most at outside workshop. Not a big deal when it is taken out for lower pricing.
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Servicing cost $200 at most at outside workshop. Not a big deal when it is taken out for lower pricing.

 

 

Now still got people spent $200 for servicing?

One engine oil and one filter need to cost how much?lol...

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Hi!

Update on Chinese New Year Promotion!

 

$8888 Ang Pow Discount :

Accent 1.4 @ $61,111

 

Avante Basic 1.6 @ $68,111

Avante S 1.6 @ $73,111

Avante Elite @ $80,111

 

I30 Hatchback @ $91,111

I30 Wagon @ $96,111

 

Tucson 2.0 @ $102,111

Tucson 1.6 A @ $106,111

Tucson 1.6 âSâ @ $111,111

Tucson 1.6 âSâ Sunroof @ $114,111

 

Ioniq Hybrid @ $96,111

Ioniq Hybrid Sunroof @ $104,111

 

Ioniq EV @ $120,111

Ioniq EV Sunroof @ $126,111

 

Kona EV @ $127,111

 

- 1k, 10k Labour free servicing voucher

- 5 years unlimited mileage warranty

- Front & Rear Recording Camera

- 3M Solar Film (Crystalline Grade)

 

Do let me know if you would like to come by our showroom for a non-obligatory test drive/discussion.

 

Nellie - Hyundai - ð

Personally I feel it's ultra competitive pricing.

 

Many don't care about free servicing etc.

 

Give the cheapest price and they did!

 

Accent is priced like an attrage.

 

Remember, Feb to Apr Coe quota will drop.

 

Kmc got balls.

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What's the catch?

 

Must trade in car at lowball price?

 

Must take 7yr high interest loan?

 

Balloon payment scheme?

 

Or simply teaser price n buyer 100% gotta top up later?

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Now still got people spent $200 for servicing?

One engine oil and one filter need to cost how much?lol...

Have, why not? It really depends on how much you value your ride. My colleague judt happily spent > $2000 on 60k servicing for his C class despite my advice that outside reputable workshops cost only half.

 

Your way of servicing is good for those less sophisticated cars.

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Have, why not? It really depends on how much you value your ride. My colleague judt happily spent > $2000 on 60k servicing for his C class despite my advice that outside reputable workshops cost only half.

 

Your way of servicing is good for those less sophisticated cars.

That is major servicing since 60k and did by AD.

Normal 10k or 20k who will spend $200 per servicing?

If you happen to see how they do your car, you will understand why $200 is expensive. Lol....

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That is major servicing since 60k and did by AD.

Normal 10k or 20k who will spend $200 per servicing?

If you happen to see how they do your car, you will understand why $200 is expensive. Lol....

$200 include engine oil and filter is not too expensive. C and E class use up 7 litres of synthetic oil per change.
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Have, why not? It really depends on how much you value your ride. My colleague judt happily spent > $2000 on 60k servicing for his C class despite my advice that outside reputable workshops cost only half.

 

Your way of servicing is good for those less sophisticated cars.

Since the topic in question here is Hyundai and not conti brands, the value of free servicing is not significant. Buyers would rather take outright cash discount than to fork out more for the package.
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The undelined caught my attention - need to pay for engine oil when doing 1k and 10k servicing. 

 

Consumers here generally are used to totally free 1k, 10k, and 20k servicing. This one cheapskate enough to beat the cake by taking out the 20k servicing some more. In my opinion, should not try to look generous and yet scrimp on something so minor. Also like trying to use the servicing shortfall to sponsor the free front and rear camera which should be about equivalent in cost. Really look cheapskate imho.

 

Not if you get the EV  [thumbsup]

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Those who have little knowledge on cars, bochap, will spend time and $200 to service at AD.

Those DIY who wants value for money and save time will service outside at $50.

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