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Archived Copies of Warranty Week
December 2002 to Today
Aerospace Warranty Report:
The big story was Boeing, which was caught in the perfect storm of rising expenses and falling sales. But across the industry, warranty claims and accruals were up after years of slow declines. And expense rates rose as well, though not as high as the levels they were at a decade ago.
April 23, 2020
European Auto Warranties:
Their annual reports tell a simple story: Daimler and BMW are reducing their warranty costs. VW is doing just fine. And Fiat is now absorbing the warranty costs of Chrysler.
July 5, 2012
Eighth Annual Warranty Report,
Totals & Averages:
When sales fell, so did warranty costs. But even though sales are rising again, warranty costs are remaining low as a percent of sales. That reflects a change in reliability, and caps a multi-year success story resulting from the increased attention paid to warranties.
April 1, 2011
Warranty Trends in 2008:
With the filing of the last few financial reports of this cycle, it's time to look at warranty costs by industry. The big story in 2008 is how falling sales have made warranty claims less affordable for some companies. Warranty reserves peaked at the end of 2007, but claims are still rising. And for hard-hit sectors such as autos and homebuilding, the worst may still be ahead.
December 18, 2008
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