Posted on 07. Jun, 2014 by in Hyundai Canada

  • Customers to advantage from one of a industry’s many innovative lines of engine oils being poured by a technicians that know their Hyundai vehicles a best
  • Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic Motor Oil is designed to broach motorists a fuel economy assets of an normal of 5 cents per gallon, while providing unrivalled insurance opposite friction-related wear[1]

Fountain Valley, Calif., Feb. 28, 2014 – Hyundai Motor America currently announced a attribute with Shell Oil to suggest a Quaker State® branded engine oils for Hyundai’s play network as partial of a new lubricants program. No one knows engine oil improved than Quaker State and no one changes oil in Hyundai vehicles improved than Hyundai dealership technicians. Beginning in March, Hyundai dealers participating in a Hyundai Lubricants Program will yield Quaker State branded engine oils for a vehicles they service. Hyundai also uses Quaker State as a primary retailer of initial engine oil for a vehicles as they hurl off a public line.

Just like Hyundai, Quaker State—a personality in consumer automotive products and car caring for some-more than 80 years—is built on declaration and providing a best value to a customers. Quaker State, one of a industry’s many innovative engine oil brands, creates it a idea to assistance consumers get a many out of their vehicles by fluctuating car longevity and improving durability.

“Hyundai Motor America’s joining to a consumers is exemplified by a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain guaranty and a Assurance Connected Care program,” pronounced Frank Ferrara, executive clamp president, patron satisfaction, Hyundai Motor America. “We’re unapproachable to work with Quaker State, a code obvious for peculiarity lubricants, to serve that commitment. Hyundai recognizes a loyalty of Quaker State to furnish engine oil that helps urge cars’ performance, efficiency, emissions and durability.”

“Shell and Hyundai have a tellurian attribute that dates behind to 2005 and it is a common concentration of putting a business initial that creates this U.S. dealership module a healthy fit,” settled Shell Lubricants Global Key Accounts Vice President Steve Reindl. “More than 200 Shell Lubricants scientists around a universe work each day to emanate innovative products. One outcome of their work is Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic Motor Oil, designed to broach motorists a fuel economy assets of an normal of 5 cents per gallon[2], while providing unrivalled insurance opposite friction-related wear[3]. We are gratified that Hyundai’s business in a U.S. can advantage from a Quaker State products.”

Hyundai dealers will have a Quaker State Advanced Durability® Conventional Motor Oil, Quaker State Enhanced Durability Synthetic Blend® Motor Oil, Quaker State Defy Synthetic Blend High Mileage® Motor Oil, and Quaker State Ultimate Durability Full Synthetic® Motor Oil accessible for customers. The Quaker State team, in serve to a engine oil, will also yield dealer-level selling support, module training and upgraded dispensing equipment. Hyundai cars and SUVs in a U.S. will have stickers in a engine cell and references in a owner’s manuals recommending Quaker State branded engine oil to customers. The engine cell recommendation stickers concede business to settle a discernible tie between both companies. Dealerships will be speedy to use co-branded promotion as partial of a Hyundai Lubricants Program.

This attribute with Shell Oil and Quaker State serve bolsters Hyundai Motor America’s pierce to offer Assurance Car Care Express use centers in dealerships. Assurance Car Care Express allows Hyundai dealerships to yield business with discerning oil changes, multi-point car inspections, tire rotation, atmosphere and cabin filter replacements, wiper blades, and other simple services as needed. The idea is to get business in and out of a use expostulate in reduction than an hour. The selling tagline for Hyundai Assurance Car Care Express is “Get in, Get out, Get behind to your life”.


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