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Hino Trucks Announces New Preventive Care Program

July 23, 2013

Hino Trucks announces the launch of HinoCare, a new preventive service care program for their 195 diesel model trucks that’s free of charge to the customer.

This two-year or 60,000-mile maintenance program is available on all 2013-MY and 2014-MY 195 and 195 double-cab trucks delivered between July 1, 2013 and March 31, 2014.

Already backed by an industry leading five-year, 175,000-mile engine warranty and three years of roadside assistance coverage through HinoWatch, Hino’s new service care program brings greater value and confidence while ensuring low cost of ownership, says the company.

During the first two years of ownership (or 60,000 miles), HinoCare covers all standard checks (steering, brake pad, battery terminal, gauges, warning lights, mirror, engine belt, air intake system) and replacements (engine oil, fuel filter, air filter, transmission fluid and differential oil).

George Daniels, vice president of service operations, said: “Preventive service doesn’t just enhance the lifespan of regularly used equipment; it enables higher performance. Our customers will save money now with HinoCare, while also protecting their investment and adding longevity to their Hino truck down the road.”

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