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Mitsubishi Fuso Announces Warranty Upgrades

May 25, 2005

Mitsubishi Fuso has augmented its bumper-to-bumper warranty (36 months, unlimited mileage) with a limited five-year powertrain warranty, available beginning with its new 2006 models. Mitsubishi Fuso’s new limited five-year powertrain warranty extends coverage on the most important components of its Class 4 and Class 5 FE and FG model medium-duty cabover trucks for a full 60 months or 175,000 miles from warranty start date. The Fuso warranty also extends coverage on the most important components of its class 6 and class 7 FK and FM model medium-duty cabover trucks for a full 60 months or 250,000 miles from warranty start date. The warranty also covers all crucial powertrain components, including the engine, transmissions, clutch housing and pressure plate assembly, rear-axle housing and internal parts on all models, and the front-axle housing and internal parts on four-wheel-drive FG models and all FK and FM models. There are limitations or exclusions to its bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranties, which are not necessarily limited to, but include the expected list of fluids and filters, normal wear items such as tires, brake and clutch linings, and wiper blades, and custom truck bodies, plus failures due to abuse, accident, and improper maintenance. The full warranty details and limitations are available from Mitsubishi Fuso authorized dealers.
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