Land Rover launches extended warranty offer to customers

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SML Frontier Automotive, the sole authorised distributor of Land Rover in Sri Lanka, offers customers who have maintained their vehicles with the company in the past three years, the opportunity to purchase an extended warranty package. Customers are privy to 24 hour technical back-up along with road side assistance support.  Other key benefits of the plan include: financial protection of your investment, safety with only genuine parts used and servicing by our specialist technicians who have undergone continuous rigorous training by Jaguar Land Rover.


Commenting on the launch of the extended warranty package, Grahame Leitch – After Sales Director, SML Frontier Automotive stated: “The extended warranty facility offered by SML Frontier allows customers peace of mind for a further two years. 


It also enhances the residual value of the vehicle as it will have a full service history from the authorised Land Rover Distributor. This will give any potential buyer the guarantee that the vehicle has been well maintained and an added benefit is that the warranty is transferrable to any future owner.”


Land Rover also offers customers who are HSBC Credit Cardholders locally an additional benefit that entitles them to a special three month instalment plan with 0% handling fee up to the 31st of August 2016. 

 

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