Hyundai Offers $1.49 Per Gallon Gas Incentive
Hyundai has been on a roll lately. First, they introduced the Hyundai Assurance program earlier this year allowing buyers to return the vehicle if they lose their job within a year.
Car buyers loved it and Hyundai benefited by gaining market share. Other manufacturers tried copying the program several months later without much success.
Now Hyundai has added a new incentive program to offset high gas prices this summer.
If you buy a Hyundai between July 1st and August 31st, you will lock in the gas price at $1.49 per gallon for an entire year.
All Hyundais with the exception of the Genesis and entry level Accent are included in the program.
Hyundai figures gas prices will shoot up to $3 gallon this summer making this incentive very appealing.
The program works by registering your credit card online. You can purchase enough gas to equal up to 12,000 miles driven depending on the EPA combined mpg for that particular model.
This incentive, coupled with the Hyundai Assurance Program and standard 10 year/100,000 mile warranty makes buying a Hyundai this summer practically a no-brainer.
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