Hero Electric is offering 100% refund on
India’s leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer Hero Electric made an announcement that it is providing a three-day return offer for its customers all over India.
In this scheme, the customers will get a complete refund if they return the product within 3 days of purchase. After getting an overwhelming response from the customers for the company’s online offers, it announced the second phase of the same on its electric scooters till 31st May.
This means the customers who book any Hero Electric scooter (except flash lead-acid low-speed model) will be getting an instant cash discount of up to 4,000. You can book electric scooter by paying a fixed amount of Rs 2,999. The company says that since a substantial part of its sales comes from referrals, the buyers will be offered a voucher worth Rs 1,000.
The Hero Electric has several electric scooters such as Flash, Nyx, Optima, Photon, Flash, Dash, along with the ER (Extended Range) variants in its present portfolio.
Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric said, “Electric vehicle not only has an extremely low running cost but also allows a home to home drive without having to wait at the petrol stations or frequently taking their bikes for the servicing or repairs.”
He also said that the company will make major changes in the way bikes are sold and serviced to provide its customer’s safety and protection. According to the ongoing Covid19 situation, the dealers have implemented all the measures to sanitise the showrooms and the bikes regularly and thoroughly even while delivering the vehicles to the customer’s home.
Great effort has been put by the Hero Electric company to continue the sales of its electric vehicles. This will not only helps the EV industry to keep growing but is also helping out the customers who are in need of vehicles. This is a great option for the people who were planning to buy an electric vehicle. As currently public transportation is not available in the country and there are chances that many people would like to buy their own vehicle to carry out their daily commutes.
Apart from Hero Electric, there are several other automakers who have commenced their works after the ease of the lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic. Tata Motors started work in its manufacturing plants in pantnagar and sanand. The sanand plant manufacturers Tiago and tigor electric vehicles.
The leading electric bus manufacturer Ashok Leyland also commenced its operations after the relaxation of the lockdown.
If you are an EV manufacturer or EV Dealer or EV Supporter who want to share news related to electric vehicles on our website, please send an email to email@example.com