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Hyundai launches service mobile app

New Delhi, Sept 26 : Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL), country's largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer, on Thursday launched the industry first integrated service mobile application 'Hyundai Care'.


The Hyundai Care service mobile application will be available on Android and iOS platform for Hyundai customers.

The mobile application will assist the customers with all forms of service support, service network, car service calculator and service appointment etc.

The Hyundai Care application can be downloaded from Google Play Store and subsequently from Apple iTunes store.

The application provides users an experience to enjoy the services offered by Hyundai and with the click of a single button the enhanced selection process takes over.



This GPS enabled application also facilitates user an effortless pan India dealer search on a real time basis. Innovative features like GPS enabled trip meter, reviewing vehicle service history, labor charges, insurance calculator, timely service reminder and offering notifications etc. will be a part of this application.

Also, the application facilitates HMIL customers to connect 24x7 with Hyundai emergency service or road side assistance.

Commenting on the launch of Hyundai Care, Rakesh Srivastava, Sr. Vice President Sales and Marketing, HMIL, said, "We have developed Hyundai Care service mobile app to provide features that give real- time benefits to the customer.

"We feel the Hyundai Care application will allow them to experience Hyundai services in a digitize and exciting new platform."

--IBNS (Posted on 27-09-2013)

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