“We pride ourselves on building the most durable, reliable and efficient utes in the Australian one-tonne market and today’s announcement is testament to the immense confidence we have in our engineering,” said IUA’s managing director Yasuhiro “Yasu” Takeuchi.
“Our new warranty – supported by an extended Roadside Assistance package – is also a commitment to our future customers that they are investing in a quality product and provides them with absolute peace of mind when it comes to protecting their investment,” he added.
Available on all new models in the D-MAX range, the five-year/130,000 km warranty will be applied to all retail and fleet customer categories, but excludes Rental and Government fleet purchases.
Change is on warranty term: from three (3) years/100,000km to five (5) years/130,000km (whichever comes first) – warranty conditions remain the same
Bumper to bumper warranty (not just Isuzu powertrain)
Roadside Assistance programme is also extended to five years and remains in line with warranty
Fully transferrable with change of ownership during warranty period
RRP pricing remains unchanged across all models
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