GM: New Camaro warranty will be honored even for parts failures on track

GM: New Camaro warranty will be honored even for parts failures on track

According to Autoblog, bigwig automaker General Motors (GM) has revealed that the factory warranty the sixth-generation V8 Chevrolet Camaro will be honored by the company in case the vehicle is hit by parts failures on the track.

Revealing GM’s warranty policy for the sixth-generation Camaro, Al Oppenheiser -- lead Camaro engineer -- told Motor Authority that parts failures occurring in the vehicle at the track will likely fall under factory warranty by the manufacturer.

The disclosure by Oppenheiser implies that mechanical issues or breakdowns in the sixth-generation Camaro will be covered under warranty by GM even if the issues occur during the car’s track outing or during a few passes that it makes at the drag strip.

However, Oppenheiser also said that there would be some exceptions to GM’s mentioned warranty policy for the sixth-generation Camaro. He said that warranty backup will not be available to owners who modify their cars significantly.

In sharing details with Motor Authority about the warranty policy for the new Camaro, Oppenheiser said: “If you’re not modifying your car and you take your production car to a track day and you have an issue with one of your parts, it’s covered under warranty. That’s pride of craftsmanship that we know it will stand up to track use.”

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