Audi is featuring its clients an extension of new vehicle and extended warranties. It claims the measure is getting launched limited-term in numerous marketplaces all-around the planet as numerous clients have been, or nevertheless are, unable to visit an Audi dealership and report their warranty promises due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The extension applies worldwide to all automobiles generated in Europe, Brazil, Mexico or India whose new vehicle or extended warranty expires or has expired in the time interval in between 1st March 2020 and 31st May 2020. The interval for the extension ends 3 months after the expiration of the first new vehicle or extended warranty, at the hottest on 31st August 2020.
„We are achieving out to our clients in these making an attempt instances and are enabling extra flexibility in order to organize visits to Audi dealerships”, claims Horst Hanschur, Vice President Retail Business Progress and Customer Products and services. “Several of our seller partners worldwide are nevertheless closed or just in the process of opening their doors all over again. We are therefore producing adjustments in a amount of places in order to assure our clients nevertheless have a premium expertise with the Audi model, as very well as to assure the potential of our dealerships.”
The mileage restriction of the Audi extended warranty remains unchanged with respect to the warranty extension. If mileage constraints for new vehicle warranties have been issued in a sector, then these also continue being unchanged. In the scenario of an overlap in between the extension of the new vehicle warranty and the get started of the Audi extended warranty, the get started of the extended warranty will be postponed for 3 months cost-free of cost.
All the higher than talked about actions are a person-time and voluntary goodwill actions which have been launched due to the situations established by the Covid-19 disaster. These actions are not a recognition of any lawful obligation and do not indicate any these kinds of obligation in the potential.