Isuzu Ute Australia has announced an increase to its warranty coverage, roadside assistance and capped-priced service program for all new vehicles sold after 1 May 2019.
All D-Max and MU-X models are now covered by a six-year/150,000km warranty, up from the old five-year/130,000km coverage that was introduced back in 2013.
Roadside assistance has also been stretched to six years, while the capped-price service program now covers the first seven years or 105,000km of ownership.
Isuzu claims the new warranty coverage cap of 150,000km covers the majority of owners who drive less than 25,000km per year over a typical six-year ownership period.
Under the capped-price structure, the cost of servicing a D-Max or MU-X comes in at $3600.
Individual service interval costs are listed as: 12 months/15,000km $350, 2 years/30,000km $450, 3 years/45,000km $500, 4 years/60,000km $450, 5 years/75,000km $340, 6 years/90,000km $1110, 7 years/105,000km $400.
In the segments where Isuzu competes a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty is now the norm. Only the SsangYong Musso offers more with a seven-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.
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