Hyundai offers complimentary charger, installation assistance for EV customers

To help encourage EV-curious customers to go electric, Hyundai is now offering customers who purchase or lease select Hyundai EVs a complimentary ChargePoint Home Flex Level 2 charger and up to $600 off installation using the Hyundai Home Marketplace.

This offer will not only save customers money, it will also facilitate an improved customer experience by leveraging Hyundai’s partnership with Electrum and its expert team of Energy Advisors.

This new offer is available to customers who purchase or lease a new 2023 or 2024 IONIQ 5, 2023 or 2024 IONIQ 6 or 2023 Kona Electric through Hyundai Motor Finance beginning 21 Sept. through 31 Oct. 2023. Customers who purchase or lease one of these selected models have 90 days from the date of purchase or lease to schedule installation of a complimentary ChargePoint Home Flex Level 2 EV Charger valued at $549 MSRP.

An installation credit of up to $600 will also be included, bringing the total value to more than $1,100. To take advantage of this offer, customers need a coupon code provided by Hyundai Motor Finance.

Upon purchasing or leasing an eligible vehicle, registering on the Marketplace and inputting the coupon code, customers will be connected with a dedicated Energy Advisor at Electrum via Hyundai Home to help guide them through the charger installation process.

The Hyundai Home Marketplace is a one-stop shop for Hyundai EV customers’ home electrification needs. On the Marketplace, customers can arrange for the delivery and installation of their complimentary home EV charger, as well as purchase solar panels and home energy storage systems.

Hyundai has partnered with Electrum for operating the Hyundai Home Marketplace. The collaboration combines Electrum’s home energy expertise and national network of certified installers with Hyundai’s leadership in electric mobility. Through this partnership, Hyundai customers have access to Electrum’s Energy Advisors who can help walk consumers through the entire process, overcome roadblocks and answer any questions they have along the way to create a smoother process for going electric.

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