Vauxhall Extended Warranty
Vauxhall Extended Warranty

If you own a Vauxhall car under seven years old which has covered less than 70,000 miles then you can protect your car with a Vauxhall Extended Warranty. Which provides according to Vauxhall comprehensive cover for a range of major mechanical and electrical components.

The new warranty is available in 12, 24 or 36-month terms and ceases at 100,000 miles in line with the Lifetime Warranty on new Vauxhall vehicles. The Extended Warranty covers an unlimited number of claims up to the purchase price of the vehicle.

The Vauxhall Extended Warranty contains no hidden extras, with full parts and labour costs included and owners can rest assured that only manufacturer-approved genuine Vauxhall replacement parts will be used for any warranty repairs.

Owners are provided with a courtesy car for up to seven days (after the first 24 hours) while their vehicle is being repaired under warranty and also receive up to 60 days of cover per year within European Union and European Free Trade Association countries.

The new Vauxhall Extended Warranty is available at the following recommended retail prices: 12 Months (£259 inc. VAT), 24 Months (£399 inc. VAT) and 36 Months (£529 inc. VAT) and can be transferred to a new owner for just £25 if the vehicle is sold in a private sale.

If you are interested please contact your local Vauxhall dealer for further information.

Published : 05/11/12 Author : Staff

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