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Ultimate Extended Battery Warranty

May 2004 – Press Release

Ultimate Extended Battery Warranty

Hella Endurant Batteries have recently released the Ultimate Warranty. An EXTENDED 30 month warranty is now available as an option and applies to the full range of Hella Endurant Automotive Startmaster batteries up to NS70 box size.

Paul Eden, Marketing Manager of HCB Technologies says, “Some competitors are offering a 30 month warranty on top of the range product but this is quite an expensive option. We have decided to provide an extended warranty option on the whole car battery range (except economy) at a very modest premium”.

Hella Endurant Battery stockists and consumers already enjoy a Hassle Free 24 month Nationwide Warranty and now have the most extensive range of batteries offering a 30 month warranty reassuring the quality conscious customer of performance and reliability.

The Ultimate Warranty program suits many makes and models of vehicles including all Japanese models, Holden’s, Ford’s, and Din spec models for European vehicles to name a few. For a 30 month extended warranty it only costs an extra $10.00 (retail) on top of the Hella Endurant Stockists already competitive price. It does not apply to taxis, couriers or any commercial applications.


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