John Deere is offering an upgrade to its comprehensive warranty coverage on all new forestry equipment products purchased from Nov. 1, 2019 to Feb. 29, 2020.
"Understanding today's challenging business climate, we're aiming to help customers maximize their profitability by offering solutions that go beyond providing highly productive machines," said Graham Hinch, director of sales & marketing, John Deere Forestry. "We're confident in the quality and durability of our equipment and this warranty upgrade shows customers we stand by our machines. We believe this upgrade will provide support and reassurance in the event of any unexpected repairs."
When combined with a John Deere dealer preventative maintenance program, the warranty upgrade program will give customers the opportunity to reduce their cost variability to a single, low-risk payment. The warranty will work in tandem with the strong John Deere dealer network that delivers trained technicians for fast diagnosis, repairs, and unmatched parts availability.
This offer is valid until February 29, 2020, in the United States and Canada, and applies only to extended warranties purchased on new John Deere Forestry machines at participating John Deere dealers.
To learn more about the new John Deere Forestry warranty upgrade, visit www.JohnDeere.com or see your local dealer for flexible finance rates and more details.
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