Allianz Global Assistance UK Offers Extended Warranty to Mitsubishi Customers Wednesday 18 February 2015 PDF Print Bringing Peace of Mind to Mitsubishi Owners www.mitsubishi-warranty.co.uk Building on its strong partnership with Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, Allianz Global Assistance UK has developed an online service to bring Mitsubishi drivers the opportunity to purchase Extended Warranty products, with an option to add MAP+ (Mitsubishi Assistance Package+), when the manufacturer’s warranty comes to an end. The online facility enables Mitsubishi owners to access an instant quote for Extended Warranty. This new service, which complements the existing suite of insurance products available to Mitsubishi drivers through the partnership with Allianz Global Assistance, means that owners of all vehicles – up to 100k miles and regardless of their current cover situation – are able to access a value-added benefit that helps them eliminate unexpected repair costs for mechanical or electrical faults. Under the terms of the warranty customers can choose between three different levels of cover, and additional flexibility is offered as they can either purchase an annual warranty or spread the costs via a monthly direct debit through the “Pay As You Go” scheme. This allows customers to buy as many months’ worth of cover as they require. Lance Bradley, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, said: “We know that our drivers are discerning about the type of cover they are looking for, whilst at the same time looking for convenient and quick ways to purchase new products and services. Through our long partnership with Allianz Global Assistance UK we have constantly worked together to deliver innovative ways to buy without compromising on quality of cover and this new service delivers just that.” Lee Taylor, Chief Sales Officer from Allianz Global Assistance in the UK comments, “Our number one priority is delivering new products and services to our customers, and their customers in turn, that we know will enhance their brand and help them get the best from their ownership. We have been working in partnership with Mitsubishi for a number of years and this new offering delivers something we know customers are looking for and we are excited about what the future holds.” END February 2015 Follow Allianz Global Assistance UK: https://twitter.com/AllianzAssistUK About Allianz Global Assistance How can we help? 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