Hyundai Malaysia Extends Its Mid-Year Service Campaign

Malaysian Hyundai owners now have until 31st August to take advantage of this promotion.

In order to better cater to customers who were previously stuck at home during the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) period last month, Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has since decided to extend its mid-year service campaign by another month. Previously slated to end on the 31st of July, this extended maintenance promotion will now instead come to a close only on August 31st. 

As for further details on this extended promotional campaign meanwhile, customers who send their Hyundais back to any authorised service centre are entitled to discounts of 10% on labour and 15% on selected parts. These selected parts that are entitled to the discounts includes gaskets, oil filters, air filters, spark plugs and more. 

To add to that too, any Hyundai Loyalty Card holders who participate in this mid-year service campaign are eligible for greater discounts of 25% on those aforementioned parts and 15% on labour charges. Coming automatically with the ownership of any model from the South Korean automaker, members of this complimentary program will also get to enjoy aftersales discounts during their birthday month, merchandise discounts, exclusive monthly promotions — such as 20% discount on KLIMA Fresh and BlueChem products — as well as a higher trade-in value when purchasing another new Hyundai vehicle. 

Speaking more about this extension to its service promotion, Managing Director of HSDM Mr Low Yuan Lung said: “Some of our customers have missed out on the campaign privileges due to the lockdown as they could not travel beyond 10km from where they live and could not send in their car for service. Therefore, we are extending the campaign period so that more can benefit from it.”

Those who are interested to find out more about this mid-year service campaign therefore, or any of Hyundai’s other products and services, may contact Hyundai at 1300-13-2000, or log on to for further information.

Joshua Chin

Automotive journalist. Professional work on and Personal writing found at Instagram: @driveeveryday

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