ZAP Jonway (OTCBB: ZAAP), a designer and manufacturer of gasoline and new energy electric vehicles (EVs), extended its Mitsubishi drive train warranty on all its manual transmission (1.6 liter, 1.8 liter and 2.0 liter) and automatic transmission vehicles, standing behind the company’s commitment to its product quality and specifically in the core engine technology quality.

This five-year warranty leads the Chinese market where most local auto manufacturers use locally made and designed engines and transmissions with one or two year limited warranty periods. Jonway’s A380 G-5 and A380 G-3 gasoline sports utility vehicles (SUV) are the only SUVs designed, produced and sold in China that include both an internationally acclaimed drive train leader, Mitsubishi, and an extended five-year warranty. Jonway’s Mitsubishi power train and transmission are integrated with a Bosch engine control unit (ECU), which manages and controls the emissions and power of the overall engine.

“Delivering quality in our technology, in customer service and in overall product support are the priorities and the core values of our business,” said Alex Wang, Co-CEO of ZAP Jonway’s China operations. “We extended to a five-year warranty on our Mitsubishi power train to show our dedication and confidence in offering quality in our products. Our commitment to producing best in class vehicles is what we believe differentiates ZAP Jonway in the marketplace. We also believe we are currently the only Chinese automaker who offers a complete Japanese drive train system with a German ECU. We expect the quality of our core engine technology is one of the driving reasons that international partners in Brazil, Thailand, Russia and the Middle East have sought us out to be their preferred partners in their respective markets. Our automatic transmission SUV that utilizes the Mitsubishi drive train is the first to be offered in the Chinese market, a key reason behind the increased popularity and demand for this vehicle from customers.”