South Korea’s Hyundai, which is the official sponsor of this year’s FIFA World Cup, has launched a promotional campaign in Myanmar ahead of the major football event, the auto company said.
Hyundai, the fifth largest automotive producer in the world, launched the program late last month in which customers can purchase brand new Hyundai cars at discounted prices at Hyundai Motor Myanmar showroom at the corner of Insein road and Thamine Station road in Mayangone township in Yangon. The offer will be valid until July.
The firm said special World Cup promotional items will also be given to customers who make purchases.
Cars that could be purchased during the promotion are: ELANTRA (MT) at K33.5 million ($34,700), ELANTRA (AT) K34.5 million, ELANTRA (LUX) K37.9 million, i-30 (AT) K33.9 million, i-30 (LUX) K37.3 million, SANTAFE (Full) K56.4 million ($58,900), SONATA (STD) K42.6 million, AZERA (STD) K59.9 million, 2.6 diesel engine brand new light truck K16.9 million and 2.5 diesel 12-seater H1 at K29.1 million.
All vehicles put up for sale come with a 3-year or 100,000km warranty, while customers can also have access to service and spare parts at the same place.
Hyundai said customers will also be able to take photos with the pictures of Brazilian footballer Kaka and Spaniard goalkeeper Casillas who are both Hyundai’s brand ambassadors for 2014 FIFA World Cup. Hyundai gave a brand new SantaFe to Kaka earlier this year.
Hyundai began its association with FIFA in 1999 and will continue to be a top-tier sponsor until 2022. It will support all FIFA competitions including the next FIFA World Cups, Confederations Cups, Women’s World Cups, U-20 and U-17 World Cups.