Honda Is Now Offering An ‘Anytime Warranty’ Plan For Its Cars

The ‘Anytime Warranty’ plan can be availed for one year and 20,000km at a time

  • The coverage can be extended for up to 10 years and 1.2 lakh km.
  • Vehicles less than 10 years old and with fewer than 1.2 lakh km on the odometer may be eligible.
  • This warranty plan can be availed 1 month before the end of the extended warranty.
  • It can also be availed after the expiration of other warranties but at a higher price.

Honda Cars India has introduced a new warranty plan called ‘Anytime Warranty’ for all its passenger cars. It can be availed for any vehicle less than 10 years old with fewer than 1,20,000km accumulated since purchase. The warranty can be bought one year (20,000km) at a time.

The Anytime Warranty can be availed even after the expiration of the standard and extended warranties. However, the rates applicable to each vehicle will be higher. For example, the cost of the Anytime warranty for the 7th year for a Honda Brio is Rs 6,527. If there is a break in warranty coverage, the cost gets hiked to Rs 7,335. Prices increase for each successive year.

Anytime Warranty is available for all Honda models of passenger cars. Even the Mobilio is listed as a possible recipient of the coverage. Tenth-year costs are the highest. They range from Rs 9,927 for the Brio petrol to Rs 55,673 for a diesel CR-V. However, if the car’s service records aren’t comprehensive or there is a break in the warranty coverage, Honda can charge you Rs 11,155 and Rs 62,911 for the Brio and CR-V, respectively.

The new warranty scheme is likely to make the ownership experience of Honda buyers less stressful. Even with the warranty, it will be up to the owner to routinely maintain their vehicle at a certified dealership. The maintenance record will be crucial for obtaining the best price when renewing the Anytime warranty.

Press Release:

Honda Cars India introduces Industry First Any Time Warranty Program upto 10 years

New Delhi, December 11, 2019: Reinforcing its commitment towards customer delight and enhancing ownership experience, Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL), leading manufacturer of premium cars in India, launched a first of its kind Any Time Warranty offering that can be bought by the customer annually till 10 years of vehicle usage from time of first purchase. This is the longest warranty coverage available from any auto brand in India and is also transferable with change in ownership.

HCIL was the first manufacturer in the industry to offer Any Time Warranty upto 7 years in 2014 and now is expanding the offering till 10 years in yet another industry first move. This new warranty package will not only reduce the total cost of ownership of the car but will also augment the resale value.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Rajesh Goel, Sr. Vice President & Director, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd, said, “We strive towards having customers for Life. In line with this commitment, Honda has introduced the industry first Anytime Warranty Program upto 10 years for our customers. This programme is a testimony to the brand attributes of Durability, Quality and Reliability associated with Honda cars and we believe it will further enhance peace of mind to our customers.”

About Any Time Warranty by Honda Cars India
It’s a unique program introduced first time in Indian Automotive Industry. This program gives a coverage of "1 Year / 20,000 Kms". The eligible criteria to get this program is Vehicle age less than 10 Years (from policy start date) and Odometer reading less than 1,20,000 Kms from new vehicle sale date. The customer can opt for this program anytime even after expiry of Standard Warranty / Extended Warranty. The vehicle will be required to qualify a formal inspection by authorised dealer in case of a break in warranty and preventive maintenance service. Under the Any Time Warranty, the dealer will repair or replace any part which proves to be defective within the limits of Any Time Warranty (Terms & Conditions applicable) at no charges to the customer for parts and labor.

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