Used Cars Have Warranties, Too

Are you in the market for a new car, but want a warranty to cover repairs? Many new cars come with a warranty deal, but you might not realize that a warranty is not limited to new cars; used vehicles have them, too. What types of coverage you get with a used car will vary. Used-car warranties are generally a mix of typical areas covered, and range from 30 days to 100,000 miles of coverage.

The simplest warranties are called basic used-car warranties. These typically include a pre-determined percentage of coverage for repairs and parts for a pre-determined amount of time, anywhere from 30 days to one year after purchase. The components included in the basic package are also specified.

Extended-length warranties are a step up from a basic package, giving you more coverage for longer. They are offered by auto manufacturers or third-party vendors, and also range in depth and duration. Some may provide coverage for up to 100,000 miles, though you can also choose a plan that only fixes major engine failures.

One of the best options, coverage-wise, is a certified pre-owned warranty. These are essentially two warranties in one: the original manufacturer’s agreement plus additional coverage from the dealer. Perks of the pre-owned choice often include roadside assistance, bumper-to-bumper coverage, and extended power-train warranties.

At New Deal Used Cars in Glendale, Arizona, Jason David Simpson offers his customers a warranty with every certified used car he sells. Jason Simpson’s New Deal Used Car warranties provide different option levels which range from a drive train “plus” package to the most inclusive, the Factory Type Coverage.

Jason Simpson ensures that all of the warranties he offers at his Arizona car lot are generous. Choose from packages one through five. Even though it is the most basic, package one includes power-train coverage, transmission repair, roadside assistance, and even a rental car while your car is being repaired. Each subsequent package only adds to coverage, providing Arizona car buyers a plethora of protection choices with their car purchase.

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