Getting A Powertrain Warranty Vs. A Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty

You have probably seen vehicles listed with both powertrain warranties and bumper-to-bumper warranties. What do they mean and what is covered under them? We explain below.

A powertrain warranty is a more basic warranty. It is often found in certified pre-owned vehicles. Items that are often covered under a powertrain warranty include the engine, transmission system and differential. A vehicle's driveshaft and constant velocity joints are also often included in this type of warranty. The powertrain warranty can be thought of a warranty that will ensure your vehicle can move on the road for a set period of time.

The bumper-bumper warranty is also known as a comprehensive warranty. It is called a bumper-to-bumper warranty because it covers all major components front the front bumper to the back. This includes things such as the A/C system, audio system, suspension system and more. Interestingly, the actual bumpers are not covered under this warranty. This comprehensive warranty often lasts for a short period of time and is often included in new vehicle purchases.

Find the perfect used or new vehicle in Matteson by coming into Sutton Lincoln. We now hope you will shop smarter now that you know the difference between the powertrain and bumper-to-bumper warranties.

 

 

 

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