Mahindra extends warranty, service period till July 31

    Mahindra has extended warranty and free service set to expire in April-May 2021 to July 31.

    Published On May 24, 2021 02:08:00 PM


    Mahindra extends warranty, service period till July 31

    Mahindra now joins the list of carmakers that have extended the free service plan and warranty period for its cars. This move has been made so as to help its customers during this time of crisis, with the second wave of COVID-19 and lockdowns in various states still very much present.

    Some of the other carmakers to offer such extensions in India, include Volkswagen, Mercedes-BenzAudiRenault, TataMaruti Suzuki, and Toyota.

    • Mahindra will offer a two-month extension warranty or service period
    • Customers with warranty or free service expiring in April -May will be eligible

    Mahindra warranty, service period extension details

    Any Mahindra model that has its warranty or free service period expiring between April 1 and May 31, 2021, will receive an extension of two months from the carmaker. What this means is that customers that fall into this category, now have until July 31, 2021 to redeem these services. This will also mean that the period in which a customer can purchase extended warranty for their vehicle will also be increased.

    Other initiatives by Mahindra

    Since the onset of the pandemic, Mahindra has undertaken multiple different initiatives to help those affected by COVID-19. These include initiatives like assembling face shields /masks, deploying its tractors for sanitisation, manufacturing the coronavirus-combating aerosol box, offering free cab services for emergency services or most recently providing oxygen to hospitals in need with its Oxygen on Wheels programme.

    Mahindra: Future plans

    The Indian carmaker has a slew of new models planned for our market that are set to be launched in the next five years. Among these models are the XUV700, all-new Scorpio, new XUV500 set to rival the Creta, and the XUV900 coupe to name a few.

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    Rajesh Jejurikar on Mahindra’s sharpened focus on SUVs and more

    Mahindra Thar real world fuel economy tested, explained

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