There are two popular manufacturers’ vehicle warranty options that are typically offered for certified pre-owner or new vehicles. They last for different lengths of time and cover a different spread of vehicle components, which can be confusing for drivers without some background information.

The broadest vehicle warranty is the bumper-to-bumper warranty, but it does not actually protect you for any small part throughout your car. It is mostly for major parts that are not supposed to wear out quickly. It expires much faster than the powertrain warranty. The second warranty option concentrates on the vehicle propulsion system, which generally includes three parts that get power to the wheels to make the car move. It is not really everything that is under the hood because some parts simply wear out with use as expected over time.

You can bring all of your vehicle warranty questions and concerns to Ramsey Mazda.



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