Hyundai Extends Assurance Program Through 2010
Hyundai has announced they will continue their popular Assurance Program through 2010. The program allows car buyers to return the vehicle within the first 12 months of ownership if they get laid off from work.
In addition, Hyundai has added 24-hour roadside assistance which provides dead-battery jump-starts, lock-out assistance and flat-tire assistance. They've also added a five-year, 50,000 mile warranty protection to the plan.
Hyundai is coming off of one of its best yearly sales performances, gaining more market share than any other brand in 2009. With these types of incentives and programs, it's no wonder.
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