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Mitsubishi inches closer to seven-year warranty across the range
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30th Sep 2019
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Mitsubishi inches closer to seven-year warranty across the range

Mitsubishi has hinted for the second time in two months that it will move to a permanent seven-year warranty across the range, rather than as a special offer on the Triton ute. The seven-year/150,000km warranty — up from the standard five years/unlimited kilometres — was introduced with the facelifted Triton in December 2018.
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Joshua Dowling
Volkswagen confirms ID.3 battery warranty
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18th Jun 2019
1 min read

Volkswagen confirms ID.3 battery warranty

Volkswagen is promising the lithium-ion batteries in its upcoming range of ID. electric vehicles will retain 70 per cent of their capacity for eight years or 160,000km. That puts the German giant in line with the likes of Tesla and Nissan, both of which warranty their battery packs for eight years and 162,000km.
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Scott Collie
Isuzu announces six-year warranty, seven-year capped price servicing
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30th Apr 2019
2 min read

Isuzu announces six-year warranty, seven-year capped price servicing

Isuzu Ute Australia has boosted warranty, roadside assistance and capped priced servicing coverage on all new vehicles sold after 1 May 2019. The extra customer care packages coincide with the arrival of the updated model year 2019 D-Max ute and MU-X SUV, which have had a subtle visual makeover and equipment changes.
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Joshua Dowling
Subaru adds five-year warranty
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31st Dec 2018
3 min read

Subaru adds five-year warranty

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Joshua Dowling
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31st Dec 2018
3 min read

Subaru adds five-year warranty

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Renault boosts LCV warranty to unlimited kilometres
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20th Nov 2018
1 min read

Renault boosts LCV warranty to unlimited kilometres

Renault has extended its light-commercial vehicle warranty to unlimited kilometres, instead of the existing 200,000km cap. The new warranty term applies to all new vehicles sold after November 1, 2018. Although the kilometre cap has been lifted, the three-year term remains. It applies to the compact Kangoo, the mid-size Trafic, and the large Master. The wider range maintains its five-year term, while Renault Sport vehicles are still covered by a three-year policy.
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Scott Collie
Subaru to stick with three-year warranty, despite competitor moves
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6th Sep 2018
2 min read

Subaru to stick with three-year warranty, despite competitor moves

Subaru is set to stick with a three-year warranty for the short term, despite a number of its competitors making the move to longer coverage periods. Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the all-new Forester, Subaru Australia managing director, Colin Christie, said he's aware of the competition, but the company is still investigating its options.
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