Warranties set to expire between April and June are now valid till July 31, 2021.
Skoda Auto India has become the latest manufacturer to extend the validity of its warranty and service periods for customers. This is being done in order to aid customers during this second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India. Carmakers who’ve already offered such extensions to customers includeMahindra, Volkswagen,Mercedes-Benz,Audi,Renault,Tata,Maruti Suzuki, andToyota.
Pre-paid service plans due to expire between April and June are also valid till July 31, 2021
Roadside assistance policies expiring between April and May now valid till June 30, 2021
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Skoda has extended the validity of the warranties, scheduled services and pre-paid service plans, which were due to expire between April and June, till July 31. Furthermore, the carmaker has also extended the validity of the roadside assistance policies, which were due to expire between April and May, till June 30.
Speaking about the initiative, Zac Hollis, brand director, Skoda Auto India, said, “Our priority at Skoda Auto India is to provide continued support to our customers during such unprecedented times. Hence, we have decided to extend our warranty, Schedule Maintenance Services and SuperCare Maintenance Plans, which were due between April and June, to July 31, 2021. We are also extending our roadside assistance policies, which would otherwise expire between April and May, until June 30,2021.”