What does a power-train warranty cover?

To understand a power-train warranty, you must read the warranty fine print. Generally speaking, a power-train warranty is the car warranty that provides the least amount of coverage on your new or pre-owned vehicle. The warranty only covers problems related to a defective engine, transmission, differential, and suspension.

Perhaps the best way to tackle an understanding of the power-train warranty is to know what is not covered. There are parts of your car that are considered “wear” parts. These parts are active components of your car’s system. Tires, batteries, and drive belts are just a few of the many parts of your vehicle that are considered “wear” parts. Also, not covered in a power-train warranty are electronic systems like your audio and navigation devices.

At Gillman Chevrolet Buick GMC, we provide a full explanation of the warranty that goes with any vehicle you purchase.



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