The SsangYong Korando has been officially launched in the UK, bringing with it a 5 year limitless mileage warranty.
"This warranty is designed to be totally transparent and give our customers complete peace of mind," says Paul Williams, CEO of SsangYong Motor UK. "With SsangYong, 'limitless' means just that: not the 60,000 maximum mileage condition that some brands impose in their small print."
All major mechanical components on the car are covered, including wheel bearings, suspension joints and bushes, steering joints, shock absorbers and even audio system. Wearable components, including clutch discs and brake friction materials which could have their life reduced by poor driving are covered for one year or 12,000 miles. The battery and paintwork are covered for three years.
Providing the service record is maintained, the warranty applies to the car meaning it can be transferred no matter how many times the car is sold within the five years. It also covers SsangYong approved accessories which have been fitted by SsangYong dealer.
"We believe that the Korando's low purchase price from just £16,995, great build quality, high specification and now a watertight warranty will be a compelling combination that anyone looking to purchase a new crossover will find difficult to ignore. We have complete confidence in this new product and believe this warranty demonstrates that clearly to our customers," added Mr Williams.
The 5 year limitless warranty will also be available with the 2012 specification SsangYong Rexton and Rodius.
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