Tata Motors extends warranty for its customers worldwide
Mumbai/UNI: Tata Motors company on Tuesday announced that it has extended the warranty period of all its commercial vehicles by two months which are due to expire during the lockdown.
As part of the service extensions for commercial vehicle customers, Tata Motors is also offering a two-month extension for free services previously scheduled during the period of national lockdown.
Extension of Tata Suraksha AMC for all those with an expiry during the period of national lockdown and One-month validity extension of all active contracts in Tata Motors Suraksha.
Tata Motors has also introduced a helpline Support for trucks carrying essential commodities, as specified by the Government, during this time.
Furthermore, Tata Motors will also be extending the warranty period of its global commercial vehicle customers, as per standard warranty terms and conditions that include a two-month extension of the warranty period for customers located in South Africa, Middle East, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, North-west African countries and LATAM (Latin America) countries and the vehicle warranty expiry after March 15.
Two-month extension of the warranty period for customers based out of Bangladesh and the vehicle warranty expiry after March 20, and for customers based out of Sri Lanka, with warranty expiry after Match 15.
Two-month extension of the warranty period for customers based out of countries of Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and with the vehicle warranty expiry after April 1, 2020, the company said in a release.