Dealerships offer all different types of warranties. Used and new vehicles may come with different warranties as well. Powertrain warranties cover some of the most expensive parts of the engine and transmission. However, they do not cover electronics or drivetrain components. Powertrain warranties typically last longer than most other warranties because they're meant to replace any of the essential components of the vehicle.

Bumper-to-bumper coverage is comprehensive coverage that includes electronics, audio, drivetrain, and air conditioning. Some things that are not covered by this warranty include brakes, tires, wiper blades, filters, and the front and back bumper. Bumper-to-bumper warranties are shorter, lasting only 90 days mostly.

What warranty is good for your vehicle? You should focus on getting your powertrain covered first, as these are the most expensive components of your vehicle. You won't get a high transmission repair bill with this type of warranty. If you have more questions, just ask the team at Bo Beuckman Ford!



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