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    Hyundai Canada: Competing with MONEY incentives.

    Depending on the vehicle, Hyundai’s Clean Air Commitment offers
    between $500 to $1,000 of additional savings to top up the incentives
    available through the federal government’s Retire Your Ride program,
    which offers $300 for qualifying vehicles as well as other incentives
    towards sustainable transportation.  This “Clean Air Cash” is
    applied to the purchase of a new, more fuel-efficient Hyundai, and is in
    addition to the company’s current incentive programs.

    As part of its environmental goal  to help clean the air we breathe today and into the future, Hyundai Auto
    Canada Corp. today announced the Clean Air Commitment – a financial
    top-up of up to $1,000 on the federal government’s scrappage program
    whose aim is to get the oldest, worst-polluting vehicles off the road
    and encourage Canadians to select more sustainable transportation
    alternatives.  While programs such as this are gaining prominence for
    their effectiveness worldwide, Hyundai is the first auto manufacturer in
    Canada to launch such a top-up program.

    “Hyundai is committed to clean air in Canada,” said Steve Kelleher,
    president and CEO, Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. “Our Clean Air Commitment
    is about our responsibility to deliver a harmonious balance between
    vehicles and the environment; it’s about clean air now and for the
    future.  Reducing vehicle emissions has a direct impact on the air we
    breathe, so helping to remove older, more-polluting vehicles from the
    road just makes sense.  It’s something we can do today to immediately
    impact our environment.  We think that’s pretty smart.”

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