Kenworth and Paccar Financial offer Class 8 extended warranty program

Kenworth, Paccar Financial offer Class 8 extended warranty program

Kenworth Truck Co. and Paccar Financial are offering an extended warranty program for U.S. customers who purchase new Kenworth Class 8 factory trucks financed through Paccar Financial. Under the program, Kenworth customers may receive a three-year/300,000-mile basic vehicle extended warranty by choosing Paccar Financial to finance purchases of new Kenworth Class 8 trucks with a basic vehicle warranty.

“Qualifying Kenworth Class 8 customers can benefit by receiving an additional two years and 200,000 miles of warranty coverage valued at $3,200,” said Jason Skoog, Kenworth assistant general manager for sales and marketing.

The offer is available on Kenworth trucks ordered between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2015, and financed through Paccar Financial no later than March 31, 2016. There is a maximum quantity of 20 units per customer, noted Paccar Financial.

Visit Kenworth at www.kenworth.com or Paccar Financial at www.paccarfinancial.com for program terms and conditions.

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