Best season to buy four wheelers and two wheelers is festive season – the season of discounts
Pune: The festive season of Navratri and Diwali is the best season for making a big purchase. People often tend to purchase four wheelers and two wheelers in the month of October and November as automobile companies offer great discounts. These Festive Season as well automobile companies are set to offer great discount offers to boost vehicle sales. Despite recession and pandemic companies are placing heavy Cash discounts, corporate discount offers on purchase of two-wheelers and four-wheelers, along with exchange bonuses.
To increase the number of customers and to sell more and more vehicles, two-wheeler and four wheeler vehicle manufacturers have prepared discount offers for their customers. The bikes and cars are being stocked at the dealerships, so that more and more Vehicles can be delivered to customers in a short time.
Discount on two-wheelers: The maximum discount of Rs 5,000 to 10,000 will be offered on the commuter segment bikes.
Discount on Four Wheelers: This festive season automobile companies can offer discounts of Rs 30,000 to 50,000 on four wheelers. These offers can be offered in the form of cash discounts, corporate discounts and exchange bonuses.
Yamaha on the festive occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi had made offers on entire scooter range and FZ-FI V3.0 and FZS-FI V3.0. The offers allowed savings of upto Rs 8,000 on Yamaha scooters and upto Rs 8,280 on the FZ-FI and FZS-FI. Yamaha’s festive offers are divided into four zones in India: North, East, West, South and each zone gets its own unique offer. Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto , TVS Motor and Royal Enfield are major players who will sparkle the festive seasons with unlimited discount offers.
According to reports, the automobile companies have started manufacturing in bulk. India’s largest bike producer Hero MotoCorp will target its highest-ever output in October at 800,000 units and while TVS Motor is aiming at 400,000 units, which will be a record for the South India-based two-wheeler maker. The total production accounted for more than 1.65 million units in September.