Manitou Group introduces two year or 2,000 hour warranty
New warranty effective as of January 1, 2020
Effective January 1, 2020, Manitou Group, consisting of Manitou, Gehl and Mustang, have increased their warranty period on skid loaders, track loaders and articulated loaders built in North America . US built Compact Equipment Products are now covered under a warranty of 2 years or 2,000 hours, whichever occurs first for machines sold and registered within North America.
"As a company rooted in quality and durability, expanding our warranty period reinforces the confidence we have in our machines to perform and puts service as our core strength," said Myron Birschbach, Vice President of Service and Aftermarket for Manitou North America. "Backed by our strong dealer network, this added level of protection offers our customers peace of mind so they can focus on increasing productivity."
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