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September 15, 2022

PIMS: Hyundai PH Announces Promo For Creta Compact Crossover

Hyundai Motor Philippines, Inc. (HMPH) used the Philippine International Motor Show to announce a test drive promo starring their new Creta compact crossover.

Driven by Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) and extended to its global markets, the contest was borne out of its Goal of the Century (GOTC) pledge which takes inspiration from how the sport of football becomes a catalyst that ignites team spirit and togetherness among its players and fans.

According to Mr. Dongwook Lee, president of HMPH, “We are committed to expanding our role beyond the transportation sector. As the third largest car manufacturer globally, we wish to become a mobility solution provider who will take the lead in creating a sustainable future for generations to come through ‘Goal of the Century’, our call towards a climate-positive tomorrow.”

Full mechanics, terms and conditions are found here. But in gist, interested participants must test drive the Creta during PIMS at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, happening until Sunday, September 18, 2022 or any of the 38 authorized Hyundai Motor outlets nationwide, until September 30, 2022. 

In order to qualify for the promo, participants must register afterwards at the brand’s official online registration page. A proof of completion with the vehicle will be required to be uploaded in the said page. Once completed, a digital coupon that serves as the raffle entry shall be sent within 24 hours from HMPH through the registered email address. Only one raffle entry per individual will be granted regardless of the number of test drives.

Deadline of submissions is on September 30, 2022 with the drawing of two (2) winners taking place on October 3. Those selected will be allowed to fly with one (1) companion and enjoy two (2) tickets to the Category 1 stage of the FIFA World Cup Tournament (4 matches), a Deluxe Room for two (2) at a five-star hotel in Doha for four (4) days, and a Qatar City tour. A Welcome Lunch, hosted by Hyundai Motor Company, bringing together around 200 supporters around the globe will also be part of the itinerary, slated to take place between November 20 to December 2.

To make things even more enticing, customers can avail of an additional P 10,000 discount for all reservations done at the 4-day motor show at the World Trade Center. This is on top of the Creta’s on-going P 98,000 all-in low down payment offer.


  1. Replies
    1. There's nothing prestigious in buying an underpowered and low stock unit Honda HR-V S
      Most of its buyers moved to Tiggo 7 Pro,Coolray Sport and Territory which are easier to buy and own.

  2. Uly, the Accent will be only discontinued in North America not globally. So here is the link for the BN7 Accent which is likely to arrive in the Philippines by 2024 or 2025 and it will mark as the return of the nameplate after 2 or 3 more years..


    1. Didn't say it would be discontinued yet. It will be around for another refresh but after that...

    2. Dream on!Move to India and Vietnam if you really want an expensive Hyundai Accent Sedan.
      Hyundai Philippines will focus on the Creta,Stargazer,Tucson and Staria.

    3. Kuchi 888 for the sake of commentators, please leave Carguide PH. Because you are spreading information without reference aka False Information, please delete your account now and don't dare to comeback here again!

    4. Shut up Keane!
      You're banned from Wikipedia due to your out of this world and unrealistic ideas.
      Hyundai Philippines isn't interested of beating the likes of Mitsubishi,Ford and Honda as the company will focus on other vehicle segments.

    5. Wait I was banned for Wikipedia for 7 days from August 17 until 24 so you can leave Carguide PH and if you don't leave I will tell Ulysses Ang, which is the editor in chief of this website that you are gatecrashing here in the comments section.


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