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Feature   October 1, 2006   by CARS Magazine

GM extends warranty, delays aftermarket entry

GM Canada announced extended warranty coverage, featuring extended powertrain protection with coverage up to 160,000 kilometres or five years, courtesy transportation and roadside assistance, that has...


GM Canada announced extended warranty coverage, featuring extended powertrain protection with coverage up to 160,000 kilometres or five years, courtesy transportation and roadside assistance, that has no deductible and is fully transferable, across its entire car and light duty truck model line in Canada.

“Today’s announcement is the next step in GM’s North American turnaround plan and follows from our successful 10 year focus on achieving industry-leading quality and durability for our cars and trucks,” said Arturo Elias, president of General Motors of Canada.

The improved coverage includes a no-deductible, fully-transferable expanded powertrain protection plan covering Canadian 2007 model year Cadillac, Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac, Saab and Saturn vehicles.

GM will extend the existing roadside assistance plan and courtesy transportation program to up to 160,000 kilometres or five years for powertrain issues.

GM’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty remains unchanged: four years/80,000 kilometres for Buick, Cadillac, Hummer and Saab vehicles; and three years/60,000 kilometres for Chevrolet, GMC, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles.


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