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SsangYong PH Extends Free Maintenance Support Amid Enhanced Community Quarantine
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SsangYong PH Extends Free Maintenance Support Amid Enhanced Community Quarantine

SsangYong PH implements a 30-day grace period for owners who are due for their free maintenance during the enhanced community quarantine.

In light of the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ssangyong Berjaya Motor Philippines has also implemented measures to help owners during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine.

Because SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines is also handled by the same group behind Mazda Philippines, it’s no surprise that the Korean automaker also offers a free maintenance program similar to the Japanese automaker’s. Just like Mazda’s YOJIN3, missing your SsangYong’s scheduled free maintenance can void this privilege.

SsangYong PH Extends Free Maintenance Support Amid Enhanced Community Quarantine

Since SsangYong’s Luzon dealers located in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, and Otis, Manila are closed for the entire duration of the enhanced community quarantine, the Korean automaker is implementing a 30-day grace period from the due date of your free preventive maintenance interval date.

As a recap, all brand-new SsangYong vehicles come with a free maintenance program that’s valid for three years or 60,000 kilometers, whichever comes first. This includes parts, labor, and oil. All SsangYongs also have a maintenance interval of 6 months of 10,000 kilometers, whichever comes first. This comes in conjunction with an impressive 5-year/100,000-kilometer warranty, whichever comes first.

If your free maintenance schedule falls within the duration of the enhanced community quarantine, then the 30-day grace period is indeed a godsend to affected SsangYong owners. This means owners won’t void their free maintenance privilege during the entirety of the enhanced community quarantine.

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