Yes, I was thinking that it might work for me for oil changes and tire rotations.....every little helps!First I've heard of this. Interesting. I might try it, although I can't think of anything they could do "coupon wise" since I'm under warranty. Might be good for members out of warranty. Or wanting to avail themselves to a dealer's oil change, alignment, or some other maintenance-type offers.
We still get coupons and service specials on the wife's 2008 Tucson and my 2011 Elantra. Those cars were traded in several year's ago for current models in 2012 & 2013, respectively. I received an offer a couple of weeks ago telling me that my initial warranty on the 2011 Elantra was about to expire. Really? I haven't owned that car in 17-18 months. Shouldn't be too much longer before they send me a letter informing me they need "good used cars" for their depleted inventory and to bring.
Ah, the old "Sir, while we were servicing your car, our technician just happened to notice..."...they are hoping to get your car to tell you about the 5 other items, (non warranty service items), that need fixing. GL, mD
Do you buy the big jug? And if so, do they return the unused portion? Or does the tech take it home and put it in his car?I bring in my own full synthetic oil bought on sale itself. So they just charge me labor and the cost of the oil filter. Works out pretty well as long as you're able to confidently say no to the "fuel system cleaning" (aka a $50 bottle of $7 Techron) or tire rotation upsells.
Have never received a coupon in the mail either. My other vehicles I always did. I know other Hyundai owners have gotten them. Is it just the luck of the draw? I would think it would be standard practice for all.I have never ever recieved a coupon for car service either from Hyundai or my local dealership, they do not advertise any online either.