[YesAuto News] A few days ago, we learned from officials that Dongfeng Yueda Kia has once again launched an epidemic care service. From March 1 to March 31, national car buyers (non-operating) can enjoy low down payment, 3 years and 6 free maintenance and other services; at the same time, it is aimed at front-line medical staff, police and consumers in Hubei Province for epidemic prevention and control ( Non-operating) provide additional care services.
Specifically, for users across the country, Dongfeng Yueda Kia provides offline stores or online orders for 9.9 yuan, after successfully purchasing a car, you can receive a 1,000 yuan shopping card and a set of disinfection kits. During the event period, users who purchase K3, Autorun, Smart Run, and KX5 can enjoy 0 down payment or 10% down payment, and the repayment period is up to 5 years. High-quality customers can also enjoy 0 monthly payment for the first 6 months; purchase Huanchi/ in designated areas Yicao users can enjoy a fixed amount of 1-5 years, with an upper limit discount of 2,000 yuan/unit. In addition, during the event, car buyers can enjoy 6 free maintenance for 3 years, and users who keep entering the store can enjoy free replacement of air-conditioning filters and free vehicle disinfection.
For the front-line medical staff, police, and users in Hubei Province for the prevention and control of the epidemic, purchase different models during the event, and enjoy up to 5,000 yuan in the care fund, and purchase K3/ Autorun/Smart Run and KX5 to enjoy a 20% down payment, 3 years interest-free, the highest Zero interest loan within a five-year fixed amount.
Resident users in Hubei Province who hold Hubei license plates, front-line personnel in the country's epidemic prevention and control, and remaining users in the police will enjoy free vehicle disinfection once in the store and a free health insurance. In addition, during the event, for every car sold, Dongfeng Yueda Kia will jointly donate with dealers (100 yuan for manufacturers and 10 yuan for dealers) for the care and condolences of front-line medical staff, police and car owners.