Eligible Customers Can Save Money on Buying a New Hyundai in Moreno Valley, California


Customers can save $500 towards purchasing or leasing a new Hyundai at Hyundai of Moreno Valley in Moreno Valley, California.

MORENO VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Hyundai of Moreno Valley, an automotive dealership in Moreno Valley, California, has an ongoing Military Program to thank Active Duty, Reservist/National Guard, Veteran, and Retired U.S. Military Personnel for their services. With this program, the dealership is offering a $500 bonus towards the purchase/lease of a new Hyundai model until Jan. 02, 2023. To take advantage of this offer, the buyers must be one of the following:

-Active U.S. Military

-Veteran

-Retired U.S. Military

-Served in the United States Air Force

-Served in Army

-Coast Guard

-Marine Corps

-National Guard

-Reserves

The dealership will apply the rebate toward the amount due at lease signing in case of lease contracts. On the other hand, the rebate will be applied toward the down payment in the case of finance contracts.

In addition to the Military Program, the dealership has various other programs, including the College Grad Program

and First Responders Program. To learn more about them, drivers can contact the dealership’s team of experts by dialing 951-900-4248.

Individuals who already own a Hyundai in Moreno Valley, California, can take advantage of the dealership’s state-of-the-art service facility. Hyundai of Moreno Valley has a team of factory-trained technicians to take the best care of a Hyundai. Interested parties can schedule a service appointment online or take their vehicles directly to the dealership at 27500 Eucalyptus Avenue in Moreno Valley, California, for a service.

Media Contact

Rosetta Brown, Hyundai of Moreno Valley, 951-900-4248, rosettab@hyundaiofmy.com

 

SOURCE Hyundai of Moreno Valley

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