Before You Buy: Powertrain vs Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty

Have you ever heard the dealership talking about a warranty and wondered what it covers? If you get a powertrain warranty, the coverage is limited to the parts of the car that make it move, which is pretty essential. This includes the car engine, driveshaft, and transmission, but it doesn't cover electrical issues or other parts that are designed to wear over time.

Bumper-to-bumper warranties are more comprehensive. These warranties cover almost everything between the front and back bumper. This includes everything in the powertrain warranty as well as your vehicle's electrical system, air conditioning, suspension, and car audio. Typically, bumper-to-bumper warranties do not last very long because of this comprehensive coverage.

There are other types of specialty warranties that you can purchase, and you can also extend warranties for an additional cost. Have questions about your warranty? Talk to the new car experts at Quirk Ford of Augusta located in Hallowell, ME for more information.

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