When shopping for a used car, you’ll see a notice on the window. It will state the make and model, the price of the vehicle, whether it’s being sold “as is” or with a limited warranty, and what equipment comes with the car, among other things. Let’s examine what the limited warranty on a car from a dealer in Michigan City covers.
How Long Does A Limited Warranty Last?
A limited warranty is usually listed as 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. If the first owner of the car got an extended warranty, then the buyer of the used or certified pre-owned car will have the time or mileage left on that warranty to cover whatever goes wrong with the car.
The sticker should list what systems or parts are available under either a full or limited warranty. Some systems and parts are covered under a full warranty, while others may not be covered. Study the warranty before buying the vehicle, especially if asked to buy a warranty from a third-party provider.
What Is Covered Under A Limited Warranty?
Those who own the car during the warranty period of time is covered, and coverage is free of charge.
You just have to notify the dealer that warranty coverage is necessary in order to get it.
If the necessary work can’t be repaired in a timely manner after a number of attempts, then the owner is entitled to a full refund or a replacement vehicle.
If none of these points apply to the situation, then the warranty is limited.
The car dealer in Michigan City specifies which systems and components are covered under the warranty. The reverse of the sticker lists the systems and components covered.
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