Buyers trying to find premium hatchbacks in September are in great luck. most of them are available with benefits this month, including the i20 and Altroz. The i20 and Jazz are offered with the utmost savings. Read ahead to understand what you’ll save this month on buying a premium hatchback:

The Baleno is obtainable with benefits of up to Rs 23,000. 

Hyundai i20

If you’re going for the Hyundai i20 iMT Turbo, you’ll save to Rs 40,000 including a cash discount of Rs 25,000. There’s no cash discount for the diesel variants, but you get an exchange bonus and company discount. 

DiscountAmount
Cash DiscountUp to Rs 25,000
Exchange BonusRs 10,000
Corporate DiscountRs 5,000
TotalUp to Rs 40,000

There’s no offer on petrol and turbo-petrol DCT variants this month. The i20 retails from Rs 6.91 lakh to Rs 11.40 lakh. 

Tata Altroz

The top-end XZ variant of the Altroz gets a cash discount of Rs 15,000. There’s no discount on other variants. The hatch is priced from Rs 5.85 lakh to Rs 8.71 lakh.

DiscountAmount
Cash DiscountUp to Rs 15,000

Honda Jazz

Honda is offering benefits of up to Rs 39,950 on the Jazz this month. There’s a cash discount of Rs 10,000 or the choice of free accessories worth up to Rs 11,947. The petrol-only hatchback retails from Rs 7.65 lakh to Rs 9.89 lakh. 

DiscountAmount
Cash Discount / Free AccessoriesUp to Rs 10,000 / Rs 11,950
Discount on car exchangeRs 10,000
Loyalty BonusRs 5,000
Exchange BonusRs 9,000
Corporate DiscountRs 4,000
TotalUp to Rs 39,950

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