New Car Coverage: Getting the Right Warranty


What warranty comes with your new car? There are a few different warranties that you may see when you're at the dealership. You might hear language like five-year, limited warranty or up to 60,000-mile warranty. The truth is you don't know what these warranties cover until you look at the fine print. However, typical warranties like powertrain and bumper-to-bumper are well-defined and should include most of the most expensive parts of the vehicle in its coverage.

Powertrain warranties cover up to 60,000 miles typically and include repairs or replacements for engine and transmission. If your engine or transmission goes during this time, then you can get it replaced quickly at the dealership at no cost to you. However, some dealerships may change the language, which is why it's important to read the terms before signing anything.

Bumper-to-bumper warranties cover everything between the bumpers, which is mostly your electrical system, air conditioning, and audio. If you have issues with your warranty coverage, talk to the team at Blake Fulenwider Clyde and get a better warranty with your new vehicle.  
 
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