Tata Motors’ commercial vehicle customers whose exiting warranty and free service period have or will expire during the ongoing lockdown, will now get a validity extension for up to one month.
In the official statement released by the company, Tata Motors has said that it is “committed to providing its customers with a smooth and convenient after-sales experience during these challenging times.” In fact, in addition to extending the validity period on warranty and free service, the company is also offering extensions on its after-sales and value-added services, which includes an extension on the Tata Suraksha AMC (Annual Maintenance Contract) that expires during the COVID restriction period. Furthermore, customers will also get a one-month validity extension on all active contracts under Tata Motors Suraksha and a one-month extension to avail the AMC services.
Tata Motors took similar measures last year as well when the nationwide lockdown was imposed. In fact, it is one of the first commercial vehicles to announce warranty and service period extensions this year. Having said that, a lot of other four-wheeler and two-wheeler manufacturers have already announced validity extensions like – Maruti Suzuki India, Hyundai India, Toyota India, MG Motor India, Renault India, Bajaj Auto, Yamaha India, and Honda Two-Wheelers among others. Currently, depending on your location, the restrictions are expected to last until June 1, 2021.