Ryder System offering Canadian customers extended warranty on used vehicles

MIAMI, Fla. — Ryder System is now offering extended warranty plans in Canada for its Ryder Road Ready pre-owned vehicles. The extended warranty programs provide immediate, comprehensive power train and emissions component coverage up to 36 months or 1.6 million kilometres for pre-owned Ryder Road Ready vehicles under the terms specified in the coverage. The warranty plans cover all manufacturers, as well as diesel particulate filters, exhaust gas recirculation valves, injectors, water pumps, turbochargers, transmission and rear axle(s), among other items detailed in warranty.

“We understand that buying a used truck is a significant investment,” said Eugene Tangney, group director of asset management for Ryder. “With this new extended warranty, customers have the added confidence that they are getting top quality vehicles they can depend on for the long haul.”

To provide customers with this extended warranty, Ryder has partnered with Premium 2000+.

“As the largest used heavy-duty truck point-of-sale independent warranty provider in North America, Premium 2000+ brings extensive industry expertise and a reliable network of repair partners that meet Ryder’s high standards for quality and service,” said Michael Cagney, director of asset management, Ryder Canada.  “Partnering with Premium 2000+ enables Ryder to provide this exceptional warranty to our customers in order to protect their investments.”

Ryder Road Ready used vehicles are single-owner vehicles equipped with components and part configurations that have been road-tested and performance-monitored within Ryder’s fleet of more than 180,000 vehicles. The Ryder Road Ready designation means that the vehicle being purchased includes complete maintenance records and meets or exceeds a list of 59 quality standards. In Canada, Ryder Road Ready vehicle purchases include a 30-day, power train coverage. The new extended warranty offers customers the option to extend coverage beyond the 30-day standard protection.

Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry.

Have your say

This is a moderated forum. Comments will no longer be published unless they are accompanied by a first and last name and a verifiable email address. (Today's Trucking will not publish or share the email address.) Profane language and content deemed to be libelous, racist, or threatening in nature will not be published under any circumstances.