Free service promo for Hyundai i10 and Santa Fe

Free service promo for Hyundai i10 and Santa Fe

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Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) is offering additional vehicle maintenance cost savings with its free service promotion for customers who purchase its popular i10 and Santa Fe from now until 31 December 2012.

Customers who purchase the i10 will enjoy three years or 60,000km free service (whichever is earlier) while the purchase of the Santa Fe is entitled to two years or 40,000km of free service. The free service covers all regular car maintenance parts and labour costs as per the recommended maintenance schedule.

“The free service offered for the i10 translates to over RM4,000 of cost savings and cost savings of between RM3,000 and RM4,000 for customers who purchase the Santa Fe,” said Mr Lau Yit Mun, Managing Director of HSDM.

Apart from the free service, customers will also enjoy the Hyundai Safe Drive Programme, designed especially for Hyundai customers. The Safe Drive Programme comprises the following features:
1) Hyundai’s 5 years or 300,000km (whichever comes first) warranty
2) Complimentary 24/7 Roadside Assist that comes with Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors’ Automotive Insurance partner, Tokio Marine Insurans (Malaysia) Berhad
3) Hyundai Value Drive, a value buy voucher booklet that offers cost savings on car servicing (to be purchased separately)
4) Customer Care Line (1-300-13-2000)


  1. Will SD be launching the new version 7 seater Hyundai Santa Fe 3rd generation (2.0 Diesel Turbo) Q1/2013. If so, would like to know which month, price and will this be cheaper than the current 2.2 Diesel Turbo model?

  2. They will launch the new Santa Fe for sure, probably once the CKD packs of the current Santa Fe runs out, but until they do, it is unlikely we’ll know the model mix and prices. Earlier this year, Hyundai promised us the MD Elantra ‘latest by Feb 2012′, but it wasn’t till late March that the car finally arrived. Similarly, talk of the Veloster has been going for quite a while now, and we still haven’t seen the car.

  3. Amongst the current 2 diesel models – Captiva 2.0 and Santa Fe 2.2 :-
    1) Which one has a better resale value for our malaysian market ?
    2) Also, if you are looking for a SUV, which model of the above 2 would you buy ? FYI, Santa Fe (Korean made) is providing a 5 year warranty period with only 2 years free maintenance service (labour & Parts) whereas Captiva (American) is only having just 3 years with 5 years free maintainance service (labour & Parts).
    3) Till today, is it true that the after sales-service provided for technical service and parts availability for both Naza and SD are bad compared to the japs.

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