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Isuzu Announces Enhanced Gold Star Warranty for Used Commercial Trucks

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The limited powertrain warranty coverage is available for 2002 and younger vehicles.

| October 28, 2009

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America has announced the enhancement of its Gold Star Warranty Program for Isuzu-built N-Series and Chevrolet/GMC W-Series class 3-5 used trucks.

This limited powertrain warranty coverage is available on inspected and qualified 2002 and newer vehicles at more than 225 nationwide Isuzu commercial truck dealers. Diesel vehicles in this program offer less than 170,000 miles and gas vehicles have less than 100,000 miles.

The company found that the average Isuzu class 3-5 truck was traded-in after six years with less than 170,000 miles (disesel) or 100,000 miles (gas). These trucks could be traded back to customers wanting a less expensive vehicle but with the same reliance. Isuzu's diesal models have an engine B-10 life of 300,000 miles while hte gas trucks last 200,000 miles.

Offered at a competitive price, the limited powertrain warranty coverage options are three-months/10,000 miles, six-months/20,000 miles or 12-months/30,000 miles. In addition, once the dealer registers the vehicle with Isuzu, it will include roadside assistance, and customers are provided with a coupon for a free oil change at participating dealers.

Isuzu believes dealers are now able to offer qualty while customers get a reliable vehicle.

 

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