Hero Motocorp is offering discounts of up to Rs 5,000 on two wheelers this holiday season, check the LATEST date here

Hero MotoCorp, one of India’s largest two-wheeler manufacturers and homegrown car brand, had announced its GIFT holiday season campaign to attract buyers. The Grand Indian Festival of Trust (GIFT) was rolled out late last month and is valid until October 5, 2022 to celebrate the holiday season in India. As part of the campaign, the brand offers a number of attractive holiday offers for its motorcycles and scooters. Buyers can get discounts and benefits of up to Rs 5,000 and the company has also launched revamped products and other schemes including financing schemes.

According to the company, the offer will be valid for a limited time from September 26 to October 5, 2022 and will most likely be extended until the end of this month. As part of the campaign, the two-wheeler maker is offering a cash discount of Rs 2,100 on its motorcycles including HF Deluxe, Splendor Plus, Passion Pro and Glamour.

On the other hand, Hero MotoCorp is offering an exchange offer of up to Rs 3,000 on Pleasure Plus, Maestro Edge, Destini 125, 110 and 125cc scooter ranges. Hero scooters are also part of the ‘super-six dhamaka’ package which includes one year insurance benefit, 2 years free maintenance, Rs 3,000 exchange bonus, Rs 4,000 GoodLife gift cards, 5 years warranty and 6 months EMI with 0 percent interest.

Ranjivjit Singh, Chief Growth Officer, Hero MotoCorp said: “We are hopeful that the Hero GIFT will give a huge boost to buyer morale and thus contribute to the spirit of revelry, happiness and excitement. This is coupled with exciting new benefits that establish customer trust, allowing them to take home iconic Hero products and the love and happiness that come with them.”

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