Dana expands extended warranty plans for linehaul applications

Dana expands extended warranty plans for linehaul applications

Dana Holding Corp. announced that the company has broadened its Extended Protection Plan for drive axles used in on-highway linehaul applications by customers in the U.S. and Canada.

Dana now offers optional warranty coverage beyond the standard five year/750,000 miles on select single drive and tandem drive axles used exclusively in linehaul applications, including the Spicer AdvanTEK 40, Spicer EconoTrek, and Spicer Pro-40 tandem axles. Under the new program, customers may extend their warranties to six years/850,000 miles or seven years/one million miles for an additional fee.

Also, through Dec. 31, 2014, Dana will waive the usual late registration fee for customers purchasing any extended warranty plan for commercial vehicles after the first year of service. This limited-time offer applies to Dana’s extended warranty plans for linehaul, standard-duty, and severe-duty applications.

“Dana offers industry-leading technologies to maximize the productivity of trucks used in linehaul applications,” said Mark Wallace, executive vice president of Dana and group president of Dana On-Highway Driveline Technologies. “These improvements to our extended warranties result from our continued investment in manufacturing and commitment to best-in-class quality, which allow us to support our customers with industry-leading protection programs long after the sale.”

Exclusions and limitations apply. For more information, contact your dealer or visit Dana’s commercial-vehicle customer support website.

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