Holden Announces Holden Five Year Warranty


Holden Five Year Warranty applies to all new Holden vehicles sold as of now

Holden is so confident in its new range that it has just announced that all of its models will be backed by a five year/unlimited kilometre warranty for private buys. Fleet and government customers are backed by a five year/200,000 kilometre warranty.

The warranty is not a promotion either, with Holden claiming that the new warranty will be a permanent offering.

Holden is also offering customers five years’ roadside assistance if they have their scheduled servicing completed at Holden dealers.

The new Holden five year warranty forms part of Holden’s Complete Care package for customers which includes:

  • Take Your Time Test Drive – take any Holden for up to 24 hours to make sure that it suits your lifestyle
  • Roadside Assistance – complimentary help when the unexpected happens, first-year complimentary now full 5-years for all customers servicing their vehicles within Holden dealership network
  • Know Your Cost Servicing – all servicing costs upfront, all the time
  • Holden Rental Service – new models for rent over flexible periods of time

“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.

“Holden’s product portfolio is the best line-up and quality we’ve ever had, especially in the key growth segments of SUVs and utes. We’ve always had confidence in our cars and this is putting money where our mouth is.

“Buying a new car is a huge financial and emotional commitment and this 5-year warranty is rounding out our market-leading portfolio of care for our customers.

“We also have the most passionate and capable dealer network in the country and this standard 5-year warranty supports the work they’re doing to look after our customers.” Bernhard added.

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