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Limited Warranty: 2023 Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19 Guide

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2023 Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19 Limited Warranty User Manual

Welcome to the 2023 Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19, a new era of travel where elegance and adventure meet. The Interstate 19, a representation of artistry and ingenuity, offers an experience that is unmatched and is backed by a strong limited guarantee. We go over the main features of the 2023 Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19 Limited Warranty in this introduction, assuring you to plan your travels with peace of mind.

Airstream, a brand known for its dependability and quality, further demonstrates its dedication to excellence with the Limited Warranty that comes with the 2023 Touring Coach Interstate 19. This all-inclusive guarantee covers several touring coach issues to protect your investment and improve your ownership experience.

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Limited Warranty Policy

This Limited Warranty Covers

Touring Coach limited warranty

  1. The first retail owner and any subsequent owners
  2. ONLY those portions of a NEW motorhome not excluded under the section “What is Not Covered”, when sold by an authorized dealership; and,
  3. ONLY defects in workmanship performed and/or materials used to assemble those portions of your motorhome are not excluded under the section “What is Not Covered”. “Defect” means the failure of the workmanship performed and/or materials used to conform with the design and manufacturing specifications and tolerances of Airstream. The Limited Warranty is transferable and the subsequent owner’s warranty coverage period shall be the unexpired balance of the original warranty coverage period. A completed copy of the Warranty Transfer Form must be submitted to Airstream at the time of resale.

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When you request and accept the performance of warranty repairs under the terms of this Limited Warranty, you are accepting all terms of this Limited Warranty, including by way of example, warranty limitations, and disclaimers, the forum selection clause, and the clause reducing the period when suit must be filed for breach. If any term or condition in this limited warranty conflicts with your state’s Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) as interpreted by courts within your state, the provisions of your state’s UCC are varied as allowed for by USS 1-302.

Warranty period information

Coverage Ends
36 months after the first retail owner first takes delivery of the motorhome from an authorized dealership or after the odometer reaches 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first. Any action for breach of this warranty or any implied warranties must be commenced not more than 37 months after the breach. Some states do not allow the reduction of the time when a breach of a warranty claim must be commenced, so the reduction in time when a breach of a warranty claim must be commenced may not apply to you.

Limited warranty details

Limitation Of Implied Warranties

Implied warranties arising under applicable law, if any, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby limited in duration to the term of this limited warranty and are limited in the scope of coverage to those portions of the motorhome covered by this limited warranty. There are no express warranties or any implied warranties of merchantability on those portions of the motorhome excluded from coverage. There is no warranty of any nature made by Airstream beyond that contained in this limited warranty. No person has the authority to enlarge, amend, or modify this limited warranty. The dealer is not Airstream’s agent. Airstream is not responsible for any undertaking, representation, or warranty made by any dealer or others beyond those expressly set forth within this limited warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.

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Disclaimer Of Incidental And Consequential Damages

Airstream disclaims any incidental and consequential damages, including but not limited to expenses such as transportation to and from dealerships and Airstream repair facilities, loss of time, loss of pay, loss of use, inconvenience, commercial loss (including but not limited to lost profits), towing charges, bus fares, vehicle rental, service call charges, gasoline expenses, incidental charges such as telephone calls and facsimile transmissions, and expenses for lodging and moisture damage such as mold and mildew as well as rust and corrosion. This disclaimer is independent of any failure of the essential purpose of any warranties provided with the motorhome and shall survive any determination that a warranty failed of its essential purpose. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

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Repair Remedy

Airstream’s sole and exclusive obligation is to repair any covered defects discovered within the warranty coverage period if:

  1. Within 10 days of your discovery of a defect you notify Airstream OR an authorized dealership of the defect; AND
  2. You deliver your Motorhome to Airstream OR an authorized dealership at your cost and expense.

Back-Up Remedy

If the primary repair remedy fails to successfully cure any defect after a reasonable number of repair attempts, your sole and exclusive remedy shall be to have Airstream pay an independent service shop of your choice to perform repairs to the defect OR if the defect is incurable, have Airstream pay diminution in value damages. The repair remedy and the backup remedy must both be exhausted and these remedies must fail to fulfill their essential purpose before you can seek other legal or equitable remedies for breach of this express warranty or for breach of any implied warranty. This limited warranty is not a warranty that promises or extends to future performance because the warranty does not make a representation of how your motorhome will perform in the future but instead represents only what the remedy will be if a defect exists.

Unless prohibited by state law, repairs will not extend the time when you must commence a breach of warranty claim and shall not extend the warranty coverage period. Any performance of repairs after the warranty coverage ends OR any performance of repairs to those portions of your motorhome excluded from coverage shall be considered “goodwill” repairs. Warranty repairs should be expected. Airstream may use new and/or remanufactured parts and/or components of substantially equal quality to complete a repair. Damage to the interior or exterior surfaces, trim, upholstery, and other appearance items may occur at the factory during assembly, during delivery of the motorhome to your selling dealer, or on the selling dealer’s lot. Normally, any damage is detected and corrected at the factory or by the selling dealer during the inspection process. If you discover any damage when you take delivery of your motorhome, you MUST notify your dealer OR Airstream within 10 days of the date of purchase to have the damage repaired at no cost to you. Minor adjustments, such as adjustments to the interior or exterior doors, drawers, and latches will be performed at no cost to you by your selling dealer during the first 90 days of warranty coverage; thereafter, such adjustments are your exclusive responsibility as normal maintenance.

What Is Not Covered

  1. Tires, batteries, lithium power systems, stereos, televisions, ranges/stoves, furnaces, refrigerators, air conditioners, toilets, water heaters, microwaves, generators, glass breakage, and other materials, parts, and components warranted by persons or entities other than Airstream. Please refer to the warranties of component manufacturers for terms and conditions of coverage;
  2. Accessories and equipment that are working as designed, but which you are unhappy with because of the design
  3. Any part or component of the vehicle that was not manufactured or installed by Airstream;
  4. Normal deterioration due to wear or exposure, including but not limited to upholstery, flooring rust, corrosion, oxidation, and cosmetic blemishes;
  5. Normal maintenance and service items, including but not limited to light bulbs, fuses, lubricants, sealants and seals, door adjustments, and awning tension;
  6. After-market equipment or accessories installed on the vehicle after completion of manufacture by Airstream, or any defects or damage caused by such items;
  7. Vehicles not purchased through an authorized dealer of Airstream and vehicles purchased directly or indirectly through auction, salvage, repossession, or other non-customary sale means;
  8. Any motorhome used other than for temporary recreation purposes, including, but not limited to, use of the motorhome for residential, rental, business, and commercial purposes or any motorhome purchased by, registered by, or titled in the name of a business association (such as an LLC, corporation, or partnership). If the motorhome owner or user files a tax form claiming a business or commercial tax benefit or income related to the motorhome, it shall be irrefutable that the motorhome has been used for rental, commercial, or business purposes.
  9. Defects or damage caused by, in whole or in part, or in any way related to Accidents, misuse (including off-road use), or negligence; Failure to comply with the instructions outlined in any owner’s manual provided with the vehicle; Alteration or modification of the vehicle except such alterations or modifications approved in writing by Airstream; Acts of God or other environmental conditions, such as lightning, hail, salt causing rust, or other chemicals in the atmosphere; De-icing agents or other chemicals applied to the vehicle; Failure to properly maintain or service the vehicle, including but not limited to the maintenance of lubricants, sealants, and seals; Condensation and the results of condensation including water damage and the growth of mold or mildew. Mold and mildew are natural growths given certain environmental conditions and are not covered by the terms of this Limited Warranty; The addition of weight to the vehicle that causes the total weight to exceed applicable vehicle weight ratings, or the addition of weight causing improper distribution of the weight of the vehicle; Failure to seek and obtain repairs promptly; Failure to use reasonable efforts to mitigate damage caused by defects’ Failure to properly ventilate the vehicle; Improper electric power supply or improper vehicle hookup to other facilities; and, Acts or omissions of any person or entity other than Airstream. (Note: It shall be concluded that the travel trailer has been used for commercial and/or business purposes if the travel trailer owner or user files a tax form claiming any business or commercial tax benefit related to the travel trailer, or if the travel trailer is purchased, registered or titled in a business name.)

FAQS

What does the Limited Warranty cover for the 2023 Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19?

The Limited Warranty typically covers structural integrity, major components, and various systems within the touring coach.

How long is the duration of the Limited Warranty for the Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19?

The duration of the warranty can vary, so it’s important to check the specific terms provided by Airstream.

Are appliances and fixtures, such as the kitchen and bathroom amenities, covered by the Limited Warranty?

Yes, the warranty often includes coverage for appliances and fixtures integral to the functioning of the touring coach.

What are the maintenance requirements to keep the Limited Warranty valid?

The warranty may stipulate specific maintenance procedures and adherence to these requirements is crucial for maintaining warranty validity.

Are there any exclusions or items not covered by the Limited Warranty?

Exclusions can vary, so carefully review the warranty documentation to understand any items or situations not covered.

How do I initiate a warranty claim for my Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19?

Contact an authorized Airstream service center or follow the procedures outlined in the warranty documentation to initiate a claim.

How can I purchase an extended warranty for my Airstream Touring Coach Interstate 19?

Inquire about extended warranty options at the time of purchase or contact Airstream or authorized dealers for information on obtaining extended coverage.

What additional support does Airstream provide beyond the Limited Warranty?

Airstream may offer customer support services, technical assistance, and access to a network of authorized dealers for repairs and maintenance.

Are there specific terms or language used in the warranty documentation that I should understand?

Familiarize yourself with terms like “exclusions,” “duration,” and “covered components” to better understand the terms of your Limited Warranty.

Can I contact Airstream directly for clarification on warranty terms or to address specific concerns?

Yes, Airstream’s customer support is available for inquiries regarding warranty terms, coverage details, and any related concerns.

What is the duration of the Airstream’s warranty?

Our three-year bumper-to-bumper limited warranty, which is also transferrable to a second owner, supports that promise. After the new Airstream is delivered to the first retail owner from an approved dealership, the 36-monthly warranty (3 years) starts.

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