Which Type of Car Warranty is Best for You?

When you buy a car, you may be faced with the choice of different warranty options. Knowing the difference between a powertrain coverage and a bumper-to-bumper warranties could help make your choice easier. A powertrain warranty covers the engine, transmission and drive train. It excludes things like the brakes, wheels, windshield, bumpers and catalytic converter.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty covers just about everything on the vehicle. It includes repairs to the exterior mirrors, air conditioning, audio system, doors, engine, transmission, exhaust, brakes, tires and more. A bumper-to-bumper warranty period is usually shorter than the powertrain warranty period. The manufacturer may even offer both of these warranties, with the bumper-to-bumper expiring and the powertrain continuing.

Come visit us at Philpott Pre-Owned Super Center to check out our showroom. We're also available to answer any of your warranty-related questions.

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