Cummins ’07 Uptime Guarantee

Feb. 7, 2007
Cummins Inc. has announced that its Heavy-Duty ISX and ISM on-highway truck engines for 2007 will be covered by its Uptime Guarantee.

TAMPA, FL. Cummins Inc. has announced that its Heavy-Duty ISX and ISM on-highway truck engines for 2007 will be covered by its Uptime Guarantee.

For 2007, the Uptime Guarantee includes both the engine and aftertreatment system. Under the guarantee, if a customer's ISX or ISM engine or aftertreatment system fails and can't be repaired within a 24-hr. period, Cummins will not only pay for the repairs, but also provide up to three days of reimbursement for a rental vehicle.

The Uptime Guarantee applies to all EPA-certified 2007 Cummins ISX and ISM engines through December 31, 2007, with coverage good through the end of this year, and is available at all Cummins distributors and qualified dealers.

Cummins introduced the Uptime Guarantee in 2002 with the launch of its cooled-EGR engines.

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