Hyundai Advantage





Hyundai Motor India Ltd. has started its certified used car program under the brand name “Advantage” to give good quality used cars to Indian Customers. Vehicle are certified by Hyundai Engineer using 147 check points and comes with Hyundai Warranty upto 1 year/20,000Km (whichever earlier from the date of delivery) & two free services  Through this program customer is assured of Trust, Transparency, Convenience and Peace of Mind.


  • Best Prices, Transparent evaluation.
  • Clean Documentation.
  • Free Services Voucher.
  • No Hidden Costs.
  • Fast & Full Payment.
  • Nationwide Network.

H-PROMISE Showroom
Phone 0141-4111999, 9950182500
Email [email protected]

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147 Quality Checks

  • Every car is checked for quality & documents before buying.
  • Car meeting Hyundai Standards are sold under Hyundai Advantage Brand.


  • Refurbishment is done at the state of art Hyundai Workshop.
  • Refurbished using Hyundai genuine parts only.

Inspection & certification

  • Inspection is done by Hyundai Advantage Engineer.
  • Certificate & Owners Manual Signed by Hyundai Advantage Engineer.

Sales & Finance

  • Certified cars are sold with Hyundai Warranty of up to 1 year & 2 Free Services.
  • Attractive interest rates & finance option available.



Every Hyundai car that is sold under “Advantage certified pre-owned car program” goes through 147 quality checks.

Choosing a Used Car

What Car should you buy?

Decide what car suits your lifestyle , image & the budget

Examine the Exterior

Look for signs of an accident, such as dents or new paint or chrome. Check the body for rust or fill. Look under the car. Check for cracks in the frame, rusting or welding.

Examine the Interior

Lift the hood and check the condition of the belts and hoses. Check the battery to see if it is cracked. Pull out the dipstick to see the oil level, and whether it’s dirty. Check the parts and accessories, such as lights, horn, mirrors, seatbelts, radio, heater and windows.

Check the Documents

When buying a used car, consumers should protect themselves by ensuring there are no outstanding liens against the car (for example: an unpaid loan).Also one should check hypothecation status

A Stolen Car

Always check the chassis number on the Vehicle Registration Certificate. Make sure it corresponds to the number on the car. Make sure the person who is selling the car actually owns it, and is not trying to sell a stolen vehicle.

Closing the Deal

When you reach an agreement on the purchase price of a used car, you may be tempted to think you’re home free. In fact, there are several crucial steps that need to be done correctly, or all your hard work up to this point could be a waste.

Change in Ownership

Always ask the seller for the car’s registration papers. These documents are required to transfer ownership of the vehicle. The certificate also provides the purchaser a chance to confirm vehicle ownership.


Make sure all oral promises are written into the Buyer’s Guide.

You have the right to see a copy of the dealer’s warranty certificate before you make your purchase.

Warranties are included in the price of the product.

If you buy a car “as is,” you’ll have to pay for anything that goes wrong after the sale.


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