Win a Weber Baby Q
Increase your parts spend by just 15% and be in the draw to win!
Quite possibly one of the nicest barbeques on the market, the Baby Q may be small enough to chuck into the boot of an i20, but it’ll fit enough inside to feed a whole family in one go. It’ll fit a whole roast chicken with room to spare for vegetables!
Designed with practicality in mind, it features a split grill allowing you to add a hot plate, while an integrated drip-tray holder catches all the grease. Built for to be portable, the Weber Baby Q weighs only 11kg and has everything you need built-in: electronic ignition, a lid-mounted thermometer and easily cleanable grill plates.
Webers are designed to last and the Baby Q is no exception. With the body and lid made from cast alloy and the burner itself made from stainless steel, you’ll be barbequing for years to come, and you probably will be; a single 8.5kg gas bottle lasts over 45 hours!
Should anything go wrong, Weber has your back with a 5 year warranty on all major components with a no-rust, no-fade guarantee!
Terms and conditions apply. See below for details.
*Parts spend is based on an average increase of 15% during February and March 2021 when compared to parts spend from February and March 2020. Parts spend requires a minimum of $500 for Hyundai Taupo customers and a minimum of $1000 for Ingham Hyundai customers. Entry is only valid when parts are purchased from the same dealership as the account i.e. Ingham Hyundai customers may only purchase from Ingham Hyundai. The winning company will be drawn at random on April 20th to allow all accounts to be settled in time. Accounts in arrears will not be eligible for entry. Colour and specification of the Weber Baby-Q may vary depending on availability. Weber Baby-Q price is based on manufacturer’s recommended retail price (MRRP). Offer is not transferrable for cash or services, and is only valid to customers holding a trade account. Only purchases that are made between 00:00 February 1 2021 and 23:59 March 31 2021 will count towards the average spend.