Italian luxury marque Alfa Romeo has joined its rivals in offering five years of warranty coverage in Australia
The five year warranty replaces Alfa Romeo’s previous coverage of three years/150,000km in Australia, which fell far short of new industry norms.
The decision is understood to be a signal supporting a quality push at Alfa Romeo’s factories ahead of the release of the Tonale and a forthcoming facelift of the Giulia sedan and Stelvio midsize SUV.
Tesla and Mercedes-Benz were the first two luxury brands to adopt a five-year warranty in Australia as standard equipment on their vehicles.
Porsche does allow its Australian customers to add extended factory warranties to its vehicles in Australia at cost – out to seven years – but BMW does not offer any extended warranty at the brand level.
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