Warranties: Are They Different? What Do They Do?


Bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranties: are they Different? They sure are. Warranties offer peace of mind; they cover failed systems and components. Warranties are only in effect for a certain amount of time or miles. For example, a powertrain warranty might be good for ten years or 100,000 miles.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty covers just as it says. Parts between the front and back bumper, such as the lights, steering, and sound system, are going to fall under the bumper-to-bumper covered.

A Powertrain warranty covers the power parts or systems that move the vehicle. This warranty protects things like the transmission, engine, and drivetrain.

When a part breaks prematurely, the manufacturer or dealer will repair or replace it. These warranties can save money and frustration. All new cars and some used vehicles come with warranties.

To learn more about the benefits of these two warranties, stop by Westgate Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram conveniently located in Raleigh.
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