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Toyota extends its warranty


CUSTOMER service has become a vital piece in the automotive puzzle. To help strengthen ties with customers, Toyota has upgraded its warranty period on new vehicles, which will be called the Toyota Genuine Extended Warranty. The warranty benefits will now increase significantly through the inclusion of wear and tear cover on selected components.

From 1ST  July 2014, all new Genuine Extended Warranty customers will enjoy cover for the replacement of one set of shock absorbers, one clutch kit (includes clutch plate, pressure plate and release bearing) as well as one instance of brake disc skimming, a result of normal wear and tear.  In addition, failure of major components (engine, drivetrain and differentials) resulting from wear and tear will also be covered subject to limits determined by the vehicle's mileage.

“Historically, the Toyota Genuine Extended Warranty always offered superior cover at an affordable premium. Now, with the inclusion of the wear and tear benefit there’s simply no other extended warranty product that can match the cover at the price,” says Calvyn Hamman, Senior Vice President: Sales and Marketing, Toyota South Africa Motors.

It’s important to note that the added benefits to this policy come at no extra cost to the customer. The superior cover and the fact that it’s the only warranty approved and backed by Toyota South Africa teamed with an affordable cover, makes this product the ultimate accessory to all Toyota customers to ensure their vehicles remain genuine.

The new benefits are only applicable to warranties sold from 1st  July 2014. The Toyota Genuine Extended Warranty can only be purchased for Toyota vehicles which are still under the standard manufacturer’s warranty and that have a full service history with a Toyota dealer. This warranty is not available to Quantum Ses’fikile.

The warranty is available at all Toyota dealerships or the Toyota Genuine Products Contact Centre (0860 123 329).

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