LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Detroit Diesel said it will allow its customers to choose the warranty package that best suits their needs for its EPA2010 BlueTec SCR aftertreatment system.
All Detroit Diesel engines come standard with a two-year, unlimited warranty on parts and labour. Injectors are covered for 200,000 miles and parts costs for major components are covered for five years or 500,000 miles, the company said. However, customers will also be able to choose between four different levels of coverage ranging between three and seven years and 150,000 to 500,000 miles.
Options are also available that cover major components for up to seven years or 750,000 miles, the company announced at the Mid-America Trucking Show.
“Detroit Diesel developed the ESC (extended service coverage) packages to meet the differing needs of vocational and over-the-road applications,” said Amanda Phillips, marketing and communications manager at Detroit Diesel. “Our design of the extended warranty packages reflects the confidence we have in the new 2010 products and are the direct result of their successful performance over the millions of miles we were able to accumulate prior to launch.”
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