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Hyundai D2D: Expert service at your doorstep

Yes, you need to #StayHome but your Hyundai car must always be in tiptop shape for scheduled trips, and most especially for emergencies. Let Hyundai do the heavy lifting for your service and maintenance needs in a safe and convenient way.

Hyundai’s New Normal After Sales car service and maintenance get things done through the summer months and all ‘year round.
With @YourService, you can book online your regular preventive maintenance service (PMS). What’s more, you have the option to avail of Hyundai’s Dealer-to-your-Door (D2D) Home Service and Pick-up and Delivery service.

D2D Home Service has our on-call service mobile teams perform minor PMS repairs, covering 1K & 5K, 5K Series, and 10K Series right in the comfort of home, while the D2D Pick-up and Delivery service will have them pick up your car, bring it to the service workshop, and deliver it back to you as good as new.

Even better, you can still take advantage of Hyundai’s ongoing Back on Trax in TwentyOne PMS promo. Book for D2D Pick-up and Delivery for your regular PMS from March 15 to April 10, 2021 and get 21% discount on PMS labor, 21% discount on PMS parts, a FREE 21-point checkup, and FREE car wash.

[email protected] and D2D are among the many innovations that Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) thoughtfully conceived to meet the present-day need for safe and contactless operations.

A year ago today, the Hyundai Guidelines for Protection and Safety (GPS) broke into the market as Hyundai Philippines’ pioneer design for New Normal dealership operations. Under it, Hyundai ARMOR--Active Response, Management, Operations, and Resumption program which reinvents HARI’s After Sales’ award-winning “Right Here, Right Care” promise to New Normal times.

Topics: Hyundai , #StayHome , preventive maintenance service , Hyundai Asia Resources Inc
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