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Statement: GM vehicle warranty coverage is safe and sound, and GM dealerships remain open for sales and service. GM values its customers and we appreciate their loyalty. We are more committed than ever to making every car and truck we build a winner and to providing the best ownership experience in the industry. What happens to my warranty as you restructure? Absolutely nothing. There is no change to the warranty. General Motors would like its millions of current and future customers to know one thing: GM's warranty coverage is absolutely safe and sound, now and well into the future, no matter what the GM make or model. The quality of our products is the bedrock of our business. GM has been in business for 100 years and we’re planning to be in business for the next 100 years and beyond. We've always taken care of our customers and stood behind our products -- and we will continue to do so. As a reminder, current and new GM customers should know the following about our vehicle warranty coverage (*except Saab, see section related to Saab):
 GM offers 100,000 Mile / 5 Year Powertrain Limited Warranty, which we believe is the industry's best overall coverage.
 There are no fees and no deductibles.
 The warranty is transferable from owner to owner.
 GM's warranty covers more than 900 parts, which is more than any manufacturer.
 In addition to the warranty, our coverage includes roadside assistance and courtesy vehicle transportation.
 

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:D good news, but even if GM said they wouldn't offer any warranty on my 2010 Camaro... i'd still be buying it. that would just be my excuse to mod the hell out of it :lol:
 
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