Holden is offering buyers some added incentive to buy a car this year.
The brand is now offering a seven-year/175,000-kilometre warranty for all vehicles purchased by December 31.
That includes the last Australian-built Commodores, as well as a new Holden Equinox SUV due in December.
The longer-term guarantee puts Holden ahead of ket rivals like Ford and Toyota which only offer three-year warranties. However, Holden still doesn't eclipse the segment leading seven-yea/unlimited kilometre warranty offered by Kia.
It comes after Holden responded to an ACCC investigation by introducing Australia’s first automotive refund and replacement scheme in August.
The ACCC said at the time that Holden “is likely to have contravened the consumer law” in a number of ways, prompting the carmaker to shore up its consumer guarantees.
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