An extended warranty covers your equipment beyond the initial warranty period
- An extended warranty covers your equipment beyond the initial warranty period
- Plans can be transferred when you sell the equipment
New Holland Purchased Protection Plan
A Purchased Protection Plan (PPP) is offered to extend your New Holland warranties beyond the period that comes with your equipment. It includes all the genuine New Holland parts and the service performed by factory trained New Holland technicians that
your original warranty covers.
Why buy a Purchased Protection Plan?
It protects you against the expense of unexpected repairs. Resale value is higher because the plan can be transferred to the new owner.
What equipment is eligible?
Add your PPP to your financing when you purchase any eligible equipment. You can purchase your PPP any time during the warranty period at standard new equipment rates. You can even add PPP up to four months after the base warranty expires.* New equipment
plans can be transferred to a new owner, which can boost its resale value.
Used equipment that is less than seven years old and has less than 7,000 hours at the time of registration** can be covered. An oil test for equipment with over 1,000 hours determines final eligibility. Most brands are eligible for coverage.
*A surcharge is added to the new equipment rate once the warranty period expires, and failures that occur within the first 30 days after registration are not eligible for reimbursements.
**Eligible repairs within the first 30 days after registration are reimbursed at 50% of the normal retail cost for parts and labor.
Kubota Orange Protection Plan
The Kubota Orange Protection Program gives you the opportunity to extend your warranty coverage, without interruption, by one or two years. If you purchase it when you buy your tractor, the program can be financed through Kubota Credit Corporation U.S.A.
This no deductible program can be purchased any time before the original Basic warranty expires up to one year after the date of purchase for construction and utility equipment and up to two years for most tractors. The plan is transferred with the equipment
if you decide to sell.