Honda extends warranty and roadside assist to five years

Honda extends warranty and roadside assist to five years

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People who bought a new Honda from June 1, 2014 have now received an extension to the three year unlimited kilometre warranty and roadside assistance package which the company has offered since 2007.

Honda says it was the first company to do so in 2007 and it says its vehicles regarded as the most reliable on the road*1.

It has now extended its three year warranty and roadside assistance to five years, making this a comprehensive new vehicle warranty.

The updated warranty applies to any new car registered from the first of June 2014 and includes full vehicle cover*, full parts and accessories cover. As with the existing warranty it is for unlimited kilometres, and is transferable with the sale of the vehicle.

“We have long been proud of the reliability of our vehicles, says Honda New Zealand managing director Nobuya Sonoda.

“We are celebrating this reliability by ensuring that Honda customers can simply enjoy the drive.”

“Any new Honda purchased from June 1 will remain under warranty for five years and provide customers the peace of mind of ongoing roadside assistance.”

Sonoda says the change also helps those who have been locked out of their vehicles, run their battery flat, developed a flat tyre or run out of fuel by providing nationwide, 24/7 towing and assistance.

Honda’s updated warranty coincides with the release of the all-new 2014 Jazz.

The company says this update means that customers who are new to the brand can buy their first Honda car with confidence.

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