South Korean auto giant Hyundai said it has started for the first time a “reasonably-priced” car leasing program for its brand new vehicles in Myanmar.
Hyundai Motor Myanmar Showroom, which is the official distributor of Hyundai in the Southeast Asian country, started the program this month.
The vehicles that could be leased through the program include passenger cars such as Sonata (saloon), Azera (sedan), SantaFe (SUV),Elantra (saloon) and i-30 (hatchback), as well as 12-seater van H1 (starex) which is suitable both for commercial and family use and H100 (light truck) which is used locally for commercial purposes.
Hyundai said the program will provide vehicles directly imported from South Korea and offer comprehensive insurance for these cars.
There will also be a round-the-clock customer call center, and the leased vehicles will be given complimentary maintenance service by technicians from the service center.
If the leased vehicles need to be repaired, courtesy car service will be arranged during the period of repair for the customers, the automaker said.
The lease fees will vary depending on the lease term and customers can choose the type of vehicle according to their needs.