Arrow Truck Sales offers greater protection on late model used trucks

TORONTO, Ont. — Arrow Truck Sales is now offering a 90-day/40,230-km warranty on 2005 or newer Class 8 and medium-duty trucks.

The ConfidencePlus program provides coverage on the truck’s major components, including engine, transmission and rear ends. It also covers the injectors and fuel pumps, Arrow announced. On 2008 model year and newer trucks, coverage extends to the turbochargers, radiator and electronic control module.

Cumulative claims of up to US$10,000 are permitted during the warranty period with no deductible, the company announced. The coverage is available through US and Canadian Arrow Truck Sales dealers.

“We’re extremely proud to offer this industry-leading warranty on the equipment we sell to our customers,” said Steve Clough, president of Arrow Truck Sales. “ConfidencePlus is just one more example of the innovation in warranties that Arrow has introduced through the years to make our customers experience with purchasing pre-owned truck buying the best in the industry.”

“ConfidencePlus is truly heads above other ‘standard’ warranties currently offered in the marketplace on pre-owned trucks,” added Ken Kosic, Director of Operations at Arrow Truck Sales. “In all my years in the pre-owned truck sale industry, I’ve never seen a program like this. You won’t find this much coverage on 2005 and newer model year trucks. It’s unprecedented and raises the bar on standard warranty programs. There’s no doubt about it, we stand behind the trucks we sell.”

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