Every model to ever wear a Holden badge since the iconic 48-215 of 1948 is covered by the scheme, which kicks off on March 1.
The announcement makes Holden's capped-price service plan the widest-reaching program in Australia, covering more than 2.5 million vehicles.
We’re not sure how many EK owners, HQ owners, or Gemini Diesel owners are still taking their cars to the local Holden dealer for routine servicing, but these owners might just be tempted to do so now - knowing that the service price is locked in before it happens.
From next week, owners will be able to reference Holden’s website for a quote on a particular service and then go from there if they choose.
“Our all-encompassing Lifetime Capped-Price Servicing program is an incredible program and demonstrates yet again our commitment to our customers,” Holden Executive Director of Aftersales, Michael Filazzola, said.
“Holden owners from as far back as 1948 can enjoy total peace of mind and service price transparency. Our lifetime CPS means that once customers buy a Holden, of any age, new or used, we have them covered.”
In addition, Holden’s existing capped-price servicing plan for new cars has been extended from four to seven services for “eligible models”, but the carmaker is yet to reveal which models will be included.
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