The Difference Between a Powertrain Warrant and a Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty

In basic terms, a powertrain warranty covers components that are used to propel your automobile. These include such components as:

  • engine
  • differentials
  • driver shafts
  • axles
  • transmission

A bumper-to-bumper warranty is much broader than a powertrain warranty. A bumper-to-bumper covers anything on the car that goes wrong or malfunctions, except something that occurs during the course of an accident.

You need to give serious consideration to what type of warranty makes the most sense for you. For example, a powertrain warranty typically is standard on a new motor vehicle. A bumper-to-bumper option will cost more money.

If you have questions about your warranty options, visit us at Lakewood Happy Motors. We are located conveniently in Lakewood, CO. Our experienced team of professionals stands ready to provide you all the information you need about warranty options.

 
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