Purchasing An Extended Warranty?
Extended warranties are designed to lengthen the standard warranty up to as much as six years. They are available with time and mileage variables that can be selected to meet your specific needs. Many of the extended warranties require you to pay a preset deductible amount every time the vehicle is repaired. The number of components covered varies. You should read the covered component list prior to purchasing the warranty, as some important components may be excluded. Any service or part not listed in the contract is not covered, even if the salesperson says it is. Extended warranties are supplemental agreements between you and the dealer, or the independent insurance company.
Certain restrictions apply to all policies, so read the contract carefully. Check the deductible amounts, the covered components, the length of the contract, any towing and rental reimbursement, transferability to subsequent owners, any exclusions and the repair authorization requirements. Extended warranties do not cover the expense of routine maintenance or damage covered by accident or abuse.
What are Warranties on Used Vehicles?
In the past a warranty on a used vehicle was unheard of, unless you managed to purchase a vehicle while it was still covered by its original manufacturer's warranty and that warranty was transferable. However, in today's market there are many two or three-year-old used cars available due to individual leased cars, company cars, and fleet cars being turned in after their lease expires. As an incentive our dealership offers extended warranties on the used vehicles that we have brought up to mint condition and limited warranties on used cars in not so perfect condition. The price and coverage of these warranties varies based on coverage desired and length of contract. Visit with one of our qualified finance managers to discuss the options available.
If you have a LandCar Warranty?
Have you purchased a LandCar Warranty, Maintenance Program, or GAP insurance policy and need to get in touch with them? Follow this link to contact them directly.