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Chevrolet extends warranty protection

Chevrolet Sales Thailand is extending its "6+6" warranty protection and roadside assistance plan through to the end of July.

The plan, which was originally offered for the month of May, covers new purchases of Chevrolet's entire line-up, including the Captiva and Trailblazer SUVs, the Colorado pickup, the Spin MPV, and the Sonic and Cruze cars for June and July as well.

In addition to warranty and roadside assistance, new buyers will receive six years of free labour costs when they take their vehicles in for service and maintenance.

The "6+6" warranty protection extends Chevrolet's standard warranty programme. The six-year warranty consists of two separate warranty schemes. The first three-year warranty applies for 100,000km or three years. After the first three years or based on actual mileage, the additional 40,000km or three-year warranty starts. This second warranty extends from the fourth year or immediately after mileage reaches 100,000km, and extends for another three years or 40,000km.

In addition to warranty protection, "6+6" provides six years of 24-hour emergency roadside assistance in the unlikely event of a breakdown. This includes towing your vehicle to the nearest Chevrolet service centre for a free technical inspection and medical assistance to the driver if needed. The roadside plan also includes up to 10 liters of fuel one time per year if the owner has simply run out of fuel before reaching his or her destination.


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