Komatsu America Corp. has introduced Komatsu CARE, a service and advanced product support solution that comes standard with all construction size Tier IV Interim machines. Komatsu CARE can lower the cost of ownership whether it is rented, leased or purchased, according to the manufacturer.
Komatsu is the first OEM in the construction equipment industry to offer its customers a complimentary maintenance program, as part of Komatsu CARE. The complimentary program includes all 500-hour factory-scheduled maintenance intervals on Tier IV Interim Komatsu construction equipment for the first 3 years or 2,000 hours (whichever occurs first), and is available at all distributors in the United States and Canada.
The Komatsu CARE Complimentary Maintenance Program includes:
• Komatsu genuine fluids
• Komatsu genuine fluid filters
• Service work performed by a Komatsu factory certified technician
• Multi-point inspections performed by a factory certified technician
• Komatsu oil and wear analysis (KOWA)
• Komatsu genuine supercoolant
“With the introduction of Komatsu CARE, Komatsu is the first in our industry to offer a comprehensive complimentary maintenance program,” said Dave Grzelak, CEO, Komatsu America Corp. “Complimentary maintenance programs have been very successful, particularly within the luxury auto industry, because they have increased residual values on lease returns, increased the price of used vehicle sales and increased the longevity of component life. With Komatsu CARE we think we can replicate that success within the construction industry for those who buy and lease Komatsu machines.”
The Komatsu CARE complimentary maintenance program ensures that proper maintenance is performed with OEM parts by factory certified technicians. The program also increases uptime and efficiency, and provides detailed machine maintenance records that can — in turn — bring higher resale value, according to the manufacturer.
Komatsu CARE is transferable to new owners, upon resale, within the United States and Canada.
"We’ve introduced Komatsu CARE at this time to ease the cost of buying or leasing a Tier IV machine,” Grzelak continued. “Komatsu CARE is yet another example of the value-added tools and services that go along with owning a piece of Komatsu equipment. This is the kind of program that Komatsu and our distributors offer to continually improve our customers’ experience."
For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com/komatsu-care.