Powertrain vs. Bumper to Bumper Warranty on Your New Vehicle

Looking for a new car? The dealership will offer you a couple of options for warranties. The two most popular choices include powertrain vs. bumper-to-bumper warranties. Powertrain coverage means that your engine and transmission are covered, but other parts such as your drivetrain are not. These warranties may last longer than other warranties and typically accompany a used car.

Bumper-to-bumper warranties are also popular for new and used vehicles. These are comprehensive coverage warranties that last a shorter amount of time as they cover everything in the powertrain warranty, as well as audio, electronics, air conditioning, and driveshaft as well.

If you are looking for a new vehicle, you should always read the warranties before signing. You can talk to the customer sales team at Bob Ridings Westown Ford of Jacksonville if you are looking for different warranties. In the end, powertrain warranties are pretty important for a used vehicle to protect your most expensive components.

 

 

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