Industry-leading five-year engine warranty from Yanmar
Almere, The Netherlands (14th Sep. 2021) – Yanmar Europe has launched a free-of-charge five year extended warranty for purchasers of its TN-Series engines in a move that will provide even greater, problem-free and cost-efficient ownership for customers.
By extending the warranty from two to five years from the purchase date (or up to 5,000 total engine operation hours – whichever comes first), TN-Series customers in Europe can enjoy enhanced operational security, higher resale values of equipment and peace of mind.
To take advantage of this industry-leading offer, purchasers of the Yanmar TN-Series only need to register their engines before the first scheduled maintenance and contact an authorised YANMAR engine dealer or distributor within 30 days in the unlikely event of a problem.
“Quality and reliability are the hallmarks of YANMAR engines, that is why we have the confidence to offer this long, free-of-charge, extended warranty,” said Carlo Giudici, Sales and Marketing Director at Yanmar Europe.
He added: “Thanks to YANMAR’s ongoing dedication to developing world class, leading-edge products featuring advanced technology we can offer increased reliability and support free-of-charge.”
The TN-Series of water-cooled diesel engines is used in a variety of applications including construction, agriculture, landscaping, material handling and industrial.
The warranty covers engines sold by Yanmar Europe directly or through YANMAR’s Industrial Engine distribution network.
For full terms and conditions, visit https://www.yanmar.com/eu/industrial/5-year-warranty/. The extended warranty applies to engines manufactured from January 1, 2021, sold by Yanmar Europe and operating in Europe.
Note: Information contained in the news release is valid at the time of publication and may differ from the most recently available information.
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