CANBERRA – Hyundai Motor Co. Australia Pty. has ended its sales scheme of routinely offering “drive-away no more to pay” pricing. The plan means car buyers pay the sticker price, but no delivery charges. The auto maker also picks up the registration cost and first-year compulsory insurance. The South Korean subsidiary introduced the incentive to Australia more than 10 years ago and quickly became the major player in the small-car segment. Hyundai counting on sales of new Sonata. ...
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