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Cadillac 100,000 Mile Warranty

Cadillac Warranty Information

A Cadillac Standard - The 100,000 Mile Warranty

Cadillac is really taking its customer service above and beyond the norm and making consumers very happy! For 2007 all Cadillacs, including cars, SUVs, and light duty trucks, will come standard with a 100,000 mile warranty. This includes a transferable five year powertrain warranty, five years of courtesy transportation, and roadside assistance for five years as well! There are plenty of details that pertain to this offer as well. Of course, you might be wondering why GM would even make such an offer!

The GM Offer
GM decided to create the 100,000 mile warranty and make it standard on all Cadillacs in a move to upgrade customer service and give consumers unparalleled service. The goal is to be the best in the industry and GM achieves this by offering Cadillac owners a service package that surpasses those of the competitors. Cadillac owners can interpret the warranty in this way. This is that Cadillac cars are so outstanding that the company is able and willing to offer such a service package and to stand behind the quality of their vehicles.

Many consumers wonder what the warranty really includes. Basically, it includes 100,000 miles or five years, whichever comes first. This is a warranty that covers the powertrain which means it covers the engine, transfer case, transmission, and axle assemblies. Roadside assistance is also extended for five years or 100,000 miles. This means that 24 hours per day and 7 days per week you will receive roadside assistance if you need it. This includes fuel delivery, flat tire help, Lock Out, Jumpstart, and even towing in certain situations.

Your warranty also includes courtesy transportation for the same five years or 100,000 miles. In the instance that your car requires warranty repairs there are a variety of transportation options available to you. In some instances you will even be reimbursed for transportation if you choose other arrangements.

One of the best parts of the warranty, and maybe the best part for some Cadillac owners, is that there is no deductible to pay for repairs that are covered by the warranty.

Are 2007 Models Purchased in 2006 Eligible?
Many consumers who are planning to purchase a 2007 Cadillac are overwhelmed by this offer and now are even more excited to make their purchase. However, current owners of 2007 Cadillacs are wondering if they missed the boat or if their vehicles are also covered. The answer is that all 2007 Cadillacs are covered under the new warranty. And those current owners of 2007 Cadillacs will receive a booklet in the mail covering all the new warranty information.

Cadillac is Truly the Best
Even with the previous warranty you probably thought Cadillacs were the best. However, with this new warranty that covers your vehicle for up to five years or 100,000 miles you must be thinking that Cadillacs are hands down the best. You certainly can’t find a better service package on the market even from the competition. And, while you felt safe and confident driving the Cadillac before you will especially feel that way and for longer! Don’t put off buying a Cadillac any longer. Go ahead and purchase the car of your dreams. With that kind of warranty you can afford to!


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