General Motors wants to keep its customers driving happy, so the automaker has decided to extend warranties on all its 2007 passenger vehicles to five years and 100,000 miles.
The new program went into effect Wednesday. Warranty repairs have no deductibles and are transferable if the car is sold. Recently, Ford extended its warranties by up to two years on its 2007 models.
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