Powertrain vs Bumper-to-Bumper Warranties: Protect Your Car

When you buy a new car, the first thing you want to do besides a test drive is ask about the warranty coverage. Most new cars come with a five-year limited warranty, but what does it cover? Powertrain warranties cover the expensive parts of the car including your engine and transmission. If either one of those goes within the first 60,000 miles, then you probably have a manufacturer's defect. Your warranty should cover the repairs regardless.

With a bumper-to-bumper warranty, you cover everything between the bumpers, which mostly is industry language for the electrical system, air conditioning, and audio speakers. If you have any trouble with these components, your bumper-to-bumper warranty should cover you but for a shorter period of time, typically up to 36,000 miles only.

If you want to get the best warranty, why not try Audi Bellingham located in Bellingham, WA? You can pick out your car and get the best value for your warranty.

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