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Holden announces capped price servicing

Holden announces capped price servicing for three years or 60,000km on all new cars – part of its new Professional Care program.

Following in the footsteps of a number of other car makers, General Motors Holden has introduced a capped price servicing program under the banner of its new Professional Care program. According to Holden, its capped price servicing program covers all new Holdens and “includes standard services for the first three years of ownership or the first 60,000km, whichever comes first”.

“CPS covers all items specified under the standard service schedules for normal operating conditions for each vehicle type, including parts, labour, fluids and any applicable workshop charges,” Holden said in a press release.

With Holden set to close its Australian-based manufacturing facilities in 2017, the brand has said its new Professional Care program is a “crucial step towards Holden’s future goals”.

Holden Chairman and Managing Director, Gerry Dorizas, said: “We are striving every day to become the most customer-focussed and customer-centric brand in the country. Everything we do must be driven by our customers. Professional Care does this by giving our customers outstanding value and peace of mind.

“Only Holden technicians have access to our rigorous training programs and can provide superior servicing to customers. Holden technicians are also backed by our Technical Assistance Centre which gives our customers an added level of expert assistance.

“We’ll be there for our customers well beyond the initial purchase and our various programs like Capped Price Servicing provide exceptional value and transparency. We want customers to walk into a dealership knowing exactly what they’re paying for and to have total trust that their Holden is being looked after by the absolute best and using only genuine parts,” Mr Dorizas said.

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Isaac Bober

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