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Fiat offers enhanced warranty

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Mumbai, Sept. 20

Fiat India has announced a special offer of an "enhanced warranty" scheme for all Fiat Palio and Adventure vehicles sold through Fiat and Tata-Fiat network. Through this enhanced warranty, Fiat car customers now have an option of extending the warranty on Fiat cars (Palio and Adventure) up to a total of three years (one year Fiat Warranty + two years enhanced warranty) or until 1,00,000 km, whichever is earlier.

This enhanced warranty will cover mechanical as well as electrical breakdowns and has to be availed at the time of sale of the car.

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