2017 Year-End Car Discounts

  • Dec 27, 2017

Here's a list of all the year-end discounts straight from the car manufacturers

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Toyota Remember December

Under this offer, Toyota is giving discounts of up to Rs 50,000 on the Platinum Etios sedan. The Etios Liva hatchback carries a discount of Rs 30,000 while the Etios Cross has a discount of Rs 40,000.


The Corolla Altis has a total discount of up to Rs 1.0 lakh. Rs 60,000 is for regular customers while government employees can further get Rs 40,000 off on a new 2017 model Corolla Altis.

The new Innova Crysta and the Fortuner are doing well so Toyota isn't offering any upfront discount on these two models. However, the carmaker says that it has 'attractive' loan options from its in-house finance division on these two ladder frame vehicles.

Toyota Drive The Nation

This scheme provides government employees up to 100 per cent on-road finance option from Toyota Finance and a stretched 8-year loan tenure for a smaller EMI. This offer is available on the Etios Liva hatchback, Platinum Etios sedan and Etios Cross. Toyota recently included the Corolla Altis under this offer but whether buyers can opt for 100 per cent finance on the bigger sedan or not is unclear.

Renault December Celebrations


Renault is offering Rs 15,000 worth of accessories with the Kwid's AMT variants. Kwid's other variants get accessories worth Rs 10,000. Renault Finance also has an interest rate of 7.99 per cent for Kwid. The Kwid Climber doesn't have any discounts or offers.

Hyundai December Delight

Under the December Delight offer, Hyundai is giving Rs 50,000 discount on the Eon and another Rs 10,000 if you exchange your old car with the dealer. The Grand i10 also has Rs 50,000 of upfront cash discount. There's additional exchange bonus of Rs 25,000 on the petrol model and Rs 35,000 on the diesel variants of the Grand i10. The Sportz Option and Asta variants have an extra Rs 10,000 off bringing the total to Rs 95,000.

2017 Hyundai Grand i10

The Xcent has Rs 30,000 off on the ex-showroom price and an additional Rs 25,000 discount as exchange bonus. The top two variants (SX and SX Option) get another Rs 10,000 discount for a total of Rs 65,000. The Elite i20 and the i20 Active have a discount of Rs 20,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs 30,000. The i20's Asta, Asta Option and the i20 Active's SX variants have an additional Rs 10,000 off.

The Tucson and Elantra have Rs 70,000 knocked off the sticker price as exchange bonus. The Creta and new Verna are still selling hot with no discounts, but there's an option of getting 100 per cent of on-road price financed. Government employees can further get additional Rs 5,000 off on the Eon, Grand i10, Xcent, Elite i20 and the i20 Active.

Tata Mega Offer Max Celebrations

Tata is offering a discount of Rs 27,000 on the Tiago, Rs 32,000 on the Tigor and Rs 68,000 on the Zest. The Hexa is available with a discount of Rs 78,000 while the Safari Storme gets Rs 1,00,000.


These discounts will vary from variant to variant and dealer to dealer based on the available stock of 2017 models.

Skoda Buy Now Pay In 2019

Unlike the Octavia, Superb and Kodiaq, the Rapid is a slow seller in its segment. So, Skoda has come up with the Buy Now Pay In 2019 offer for the Rapid sedan.

2016 Skoda Rapid Facelift Front Right Quarter with Raft

This option doesn't give any upfront discount but allows buyers to upgrade without adding a financial burden. The money saved during the EMI-free period could also be used towards better investment options without delaying the car purchase. Skoda Finance is also offering a 6.99 per cent interest rate for the Rapid.

Additionally, the company is selling off the test drive models of the car at flat 20 per cent discount straight from the manufacturer. These cars come with a factory warranty and haven't been registered yet but the stock of such vehicles is limited so you'll have to hurry.


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