ACDelco Extends Warranty on 6- and 7-Year Batteries

ACDelco Extends Warranty on 6- and 7-Year Batteries

ACDelco announced recently that it is extending the warranty period on its Professional Series 6- and 7-year batteries. The free replacement limited warranty period for ACDelco 6-year and 72-month Maintenance Free (MF) batteries, previously 18 months, is now 30 months. And, the free replacement limited warranty period for ACDelco 7-year and 84-month MF batteries, previously 24 months, is now 50 months.

ACDelco announced recently that it is extending the warranty period on its Professional Series 6- and 7-year batteries. The free replacement limited warranty period for ACDelco 6-year and 72-month Maintenance Free (MF) batteries, previously 18 months, is now 30 months. And, the free replacement limited warranty period for ACDelco 7-year and 84-month MF batteries, previously 24 months, is now 50 months.

“By extending the free replacement limited warranty on our Professional 6-year and 7-year batteries, ACDelco is offering yet another reason for installers and consumers alike to choose our product,” said Doug Bidgood, ACDelco maintenance & repair portfolio manager – batteries. “ACDelco knows the free replacement limited warranty period is an important consideration when selecting a battery, so we’ve extended the terms on our professional batteries to meet, or exceed, our customers’ expectations.”

“Starting April 1, all consumer purchases of ACDelco Professional Series 6-year and 7-year batteries qualify for the extended free replacement limited warranty period,” said Bidgood. “Besides purchasing a reputable, quality product, consumers also will be getting peace of mind knowing ACDelco will help take care of their battery should they need assistance.”

To see complete details on the warranty, go to: www.acdelco.com/parts/battery/battery-warranty.htm.

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