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Isuzu Ute moves to 6-year, 150,000km warranty…

Isuzu Ute has moved from a 5-year warranty to a 6-year, 150,000km warranty “ensuring we put our best foot forward and continue to look after our loyal customers”.

Refreshing both the D-Max and MU-X for the 2019 model year, Isuzu announced it was following other brands stretching their warranties. And has moved from its 5-year, 130,000km warranty introduced in 2013 to what it calls its Service Plus 6-6-7.

This sees the warranty stretched to 6-years or 150,000km with 6-years roadside assist and a 7-year capped price service plan. Pricing below:

 

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“Customer Satisfaction has always been at the core of our product, which is why after much deliberation we’ve revised our Service Plus 6-6-7 ownership program, ensuring we (IUA) put our best foot forward and continue to look after our loyal customers,” said Isuzu Ute Australia Managing Director, Hiroyasu Sato. 

Isuzu UTE Capped Price Servicing costs (19MY-onwards)

Interval Months/Km

1 Month
3,000 Km

12 Months
15,000 Km

24 Months
30,000 Km

36 Months
45,000 Km

48 Months
60,000 Km

60 Months
75,000 Km

72 Months
90,000 Km

84 Months
105,000 Km

Total Cost

Cost Inc. GST

$0

$350

$450

$500

$450

$340

$1110

$400

$3600

While the warranty change is only one-year and 20,000km more than it was, Isuzu claims the change was based on Isuzu Ute dealer feedback that typical owners travelled less than 25,000km a year across the course of a six-year ownership period.

Roadside assist has also been increased from five-years to six-years. With the seven-year capped price service plan costing owners around $3600.


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Isaac Bober

Isaac Bober

Isaac Bober was born in the shadow of Mount Panorama in Bathurst and, so, it was inevitable he’d fall into work as a motoring writer. He began his motoring career in 2000 reviewing commercial vehicles, before becoming editor of Caravan & Motorhome magazine. He then moved to MOTOR Magazine before going freelance and contributing to Overlander 4WD, 4×4 Australia, TopGear Australia, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, The Australian, CARSguide, and many more.