Continental Tires launches ‘Conti Bharosa’

5-yearwarranty on all truck and bus tyres.

- Also includescasing warranty on the first re-tread.


Continental Tires, one of theworld’s leading automotive tyre manufacturers, has recently launched ‘ContiBharosa’ – an industry-leading warranty program that provides a 5-year warrantypolicy for truck and bus tyres. Ensuring a deeper commitment to its customers, ContiBharosa also covers first re-tread for normal load applications.

The Conti Bharosa program offerswarranty coverage against any manufacturing defects for a period of five yearsagainst the coverage of 2-3 years, which has traditionally been provided bytyre manufacturers in India. In addition, Conti Bharosa also covers the secondlife of tires by warranting against any manufacturing defects after the firstre-tread for tyres used in normal load applications.

Through Conti Bharosa, ContinentalTires intends to assure its consumers about its long-term commitment allowingthem to focus more on the safety and reliability of their vehicles and drivers.

“Through Conti Bharosa, we offerpeace of mind to all our customers. The 5-year warranty policy, which covers firstre-tread for tyres used in normal load applications, enforces the reliabilityand superior quality of Continental products. The additional features of theprogram also offer support to our consumers, by increasing the average lifespanof tyres and ensuring more safety on the road,” Claude d'Gama Rose, ManagingDirector, Continental Tires India, said.

“Commercial vehicles in Indiatypically cover thousands of kilometres in a day. Tyres are crucial to thedriver and other vehicles’ safety on the road. In these trying times, ContiBharosa reinforces our strong commitment to fleet owners and operators byoffering support beyond the traditional lifespan thus maximizing safety andprofitability for fleets,” added Shantanu Roy, Head – Sales and MarketingCommercial Vehicle Tyres.


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