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Hino customers to pay less for servicing

Commercial vehicle manufacturer, Hino Australia, is offering a capped price service program for all of its trucks compliant with Euro 5 emission regulations.

“We continue to extend this program because we see the overall cost of ownership, including capped price service, as an important part of our customers’ decision making process,” said Hino Australia General Manager – Product Support, Greg Bleasel.

“Hino Australia is proud to be the first and only truck manufacturer in Australia to offer capped price service to its customers.

“Extending the program provides new and existing customers with the ability to budget ahead, reduce overall operating costs and peace of mind,” he said.

Capped price service is part of the Hino Advantage suite of business benefits such as an extended five-year warranty, financial services, 24/7 roadside assistance, fleet training, factory-trained dealership technicians, dedicated customer care centre and access to Hino Genuine parts and accessories.

"As part of Hino Advantage, we're driven to do more for our customers by offering savings like these – from 1 March, customers can easily calculate the cost of an upcoming service interval by using our new online calculator,” said Bleasel.

In 2016, Hino Australia announced it had capped (or fixed) the price of minor servicing on all Euro 5-compliant Hino 300, 500 and 700 Series vehicles and extended this in mid-2017 to include major services on the light-duty 300 Series range.  Today’s announcement is the latest iteration of this service program.

With access to a nationwide network of service centres, Hino Australia also offers a three-year unlimited kilometre warranty on Hino genuine parts when installed by an authorised dealership.

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