Holden Implements Permanent Five-Year/Unlimited Mileage Warranty For Entire Lineup6
All new Holden vehicles will come with a standard five-year/unlimited kilometer warranty, the brand announced on Monday.
The move is to bolster confidence in its imported lineup of vehicles following the end of local production last October, and the permanent new warranty follows a handful of seven-year warranty promotions recently. The warranty is capped at 200,000 kilometers for rental, fleet or government customers.
“At Holden, we’re focused on offering the right products in the right segments and providing exceptional customer service,” Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mark Bernhard said.
The warranty also includes five years of roadside assistance, as long as the buyer continues to service his or her new Holden at an authorized dealership.
With the expanded warranty, Holden will now better rival Ford and Hyundai, though Kia still leads the industry in Australia with a seven-year, unlimited-kilometer offer.
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GM needs to think about doing that for Cadillac. My thinking is no other GM product should have a better warranty than Cadillac no matter what market they sell in. Your top of the line should sit at the top of everything including warranty.
10 year and unlimited miles for Cadillac, x-ferable to the 2nd and 3rd owner
8 year and unlimited miles for Buick-GMC, same x-fer rules
6 years and 150,000mi for Chevrolet, same xfer rules
GM should do something similar to KIA and Hyundai’s extensive power-train and bumper to bumper warranties. VW also changed their warranty recently too.
What, no Ute? Shameful!
The white Colorado on the right is holdens ute now.
Getting the Holden Dealers to carry out the work without them telling customers porkies is the next hurdle.