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Up to100,000 Velocity points if you buy a new Hyundai SUV

Dr Ralph

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Last year you could earn 5000 Velocity points for test driving a new Hyundai (Targeted - 5000 points for doing a test drive). This year you can earn up to 100,000 Velocity points if you buy a new Hyundai SUV.

"Hyundai Terms and Conditions of offers: Offers available on new and demo eligible vehicles purchased from a participating Hyundai dealer during the campaign period from 4 January to 31 March 2019 and delivered before 30 April 2019 unless extended, changed or while stocks last. Private and ABN buyers only. Excludes government, fleet and rental buyers. Not available with other offers.

Eligible vehicles and Velocity Points earn are as follows:

  • 40,000 Velocity Points on Hyundai Kona (MY19) (Go, Go with Safety, Active, Active with safety, Elite and Highlander variants variants),
  • 50,000 Velocity Points on Hyundai Tucson (MY19) (Go, Go with Safety, ActiveX, Active X with Safety, Elite & Highlander variants) and (MY18) Hyundai Tucson Special Edition; or
  • 100,000 Velocity Points on the Hyundai Santa Fe (MY18) (Active, Elite & Highlander variants).
Excludes all other Hyundai vehicles, models and variants.
To earn and redeem Velocity Points you must be a Velocity member. Velocity membership and Velocity Points earn and redemption are subject to the Member Terms and Conditions, as amended from time to time.
Velocity members must provide their Velocity membership number to the participating Hyundai dealer when purchasing an eligible vehicle.
Velocity membership details (including name, membership number, contact details) will be validated by the participating Hyundai dealer at point of sale.
The Velocity membership name must match the name of the purchaser on the sales contract for the purchase of the eligible vehicle in order to earn the corresponding Velocity Points. It is recommended that Velocity members retain a copy of the vehicles sales contract if needed for verification purposes.
The vehicle must be sold during the campaign period and delivered before 30 April 2019 for the Velocity member to be eligible to receive Velocity Points. Hyundai Motor Company Australia, Velocity and the participating Hyundai dealer are not liable to the purchaser for any loss or damage whatsoever arising either directly or indirectly from any such delay or failure of delivery (including the purchaser’s inability to receive Velocity Points for any reason).
Velocity Points will be awarded to the member’s Velocity account within 60 days from the purchaser signing the sales contract to purchase the eligible vehicle. Velocity Points will not be allocated if an order is cancelled or refunded prior to collection of the vehicle.This offer cannot be used with, or substituted for, any other offer."

Velocity Offers | Hyundai Australia
 
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Interesting! I'm actually looking for a car at the moment. My car was written off in the Sydney hailstorm a couple of weeks ago and they towed it away last week.

But I'm looking at a Volkswagen Tiguan or Volvo XC60. 100,000 points probably won't sway me to a Hyundai. :)
 
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Did test the Tuscon and I absolutely would consider buying it. But I'm not convinced they wouldn't make a mess of this offer as they did with the test drive offer.
 

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Interesting! I'm actually looking for a car at the moment. My car was written off in the Sydney hailstorm a couple of weeks ago and they towed it away last week.

But I'm looking at a Volkswagen Tiguan or Volvo XC60. 100,000 points probably won't sway me to a Hyundai. :)

I was given a Tiguan as a rental recently and I have to say, if it weren't for the big FU that VAG tossed Australia's way relating to the emissions scandal and subsequent handling, I'd love to own one. I just could not bring myself to own a car from from a company with so little regard for public health.

Coincidentally, I looked very hard at the XC60 before settling on a 320i wagon reccently. Few cars look better than the XC60 on the outside, but the inside was pretty far from interesting. Having had my share of Kia and Hyundai rental cars, I don't know if there's any amount of FFPs that would sway me in that direction.
 

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100,000 points probably won't sway me to a Hyundai. :)

Agree.

But I'm not convinced they wouldn't make a mess of this offer as they did with the test drive offer.

I think this a fair assumption. But I'm sure you are aware that this does happen with credit card deals sometimes as well. For the test drive, I don't think I saw a situation where the points weren't paid by Hyundai and in my case additional points were paid for the inconvenience of the points not being awarded within the stated time frame. Be prepared to fight for the points.
 

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Surprisingly I have 2 x employees talking about buying Range Rovers so sent them the links.

Dont mind the Hyundais, good cars that have given us no probems (we have 6 on fleet) and Ive rented a few of them and surprised by some of the extras it has.... but I wouldnt buy one for myself.
 

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Surprisingly I have 2 x employees talking about buying Range Rovers so sent them the links.

Dont mind the Hyundais, good cars that have given us no probems (we have 6 on fleet) and Ive rented a few of them and surprised by some of the extras it has.... but I wouldnt buy one for myself.
Great deal of 200K points if you're looking to buy one!
 

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Just got an email confirmimg this deal.
 

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