Hyundai Program To Offer Peace Of Mind To Consumers Fearing Getting Laid-Off

January 7, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – With car sales falling well below a comfortable average, most automakers and companies are turning to the government for relief. But one company is going further then the others, and using a little more creativity to bring in the buyers, by allowing customers who lose their jobs to return their cars.

The Hyundai Assurance program, which allows buyers who purchase a new Hyundai to return it in the case of losing their job, offers a little more incentive to get a new car, and seems to be doing quite a bit to ease consumers minds. Already, showrooms are being filled with interested buyers, who feel a little more at ease knowing they are being given some wiggle room.

“We discussed it at lunch today. We don’t usually discuss Hyundai at lunch,” Neil Stern, a retail consultant in Chicago commented. “Because they are first out, it’s working and people are talking about it.”

It isn’t only consumers this idea is working on. Other businesses have been contacting Hyundai, trying to find out more, so that they might offer the same type of deal to their potential customers.

But there are a few catches in the deal, as is to be expected. You must be current on all payments at the time to return, and have made at least two since the original sign off. You also have to have been laid off, incurred a physical disability, been transferred Internationally, or have filed bankruptcy as a small business.

Contact you local Hyundai dealer for more details.


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