Exploring the Different Warranties Available

Drivers may know that they have a warranty when they buy a new car or a late model used car. However, there are some key differences between the powertrain and bumper-to-bumper warranty. Generally speaking, the powertrain warranty covers the engine and the mechanical components inside of it. These tend to be more expensive to repair if they break or are otherwise defective.

The bumper-to-bumper warranty covers any other part that isn't considered a wear item. This typically includes the radio, air conditioning or certain parts that make up the brakes. Generally, tires and brake pads are considered wear items that aren't covered under either type of warranty.

Understanding how a warranty works may help you make the best decision when choosing your next vehicle. Talking to the staff here at Anderson & Koch Inc. in North Branch, MN can help get your questions answered regarding a vehicle's warranty and anything else that you want to know.



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