Details of Chevrolet Extended Car Warranty CoverWhat's covered?
The Chevrolet 5 Year Extended Warranty covers all mechanical and electrical components against breakdown on the vehicle, except those components, which are listed below.
What's not covered?
Body components such as handles, strikers, hinges or any component, which may require adjustment from time to time. Body panels, paintwork, all brightwork, exterior trim and glass. Interior trim including seat belts, pre-tensioners, seals and weather strips. Recharging of the air conditioning unit, owing to natural depletion of the refrigerant.
Renewal of brake components due to wear and tear or constant use of the brakes. Renewal of any clutch components due to incorrect adjustment, misuse or wear and tear.
Contaminated or incorrect fuel: The clearing of fuel lines, filters, injection systems, pumps and the replacement of catalytic convertors damaged from the use of contaminated or incorrect fuel. Batteries, bulbs, exhaust systems, water ingress (including damage to covered parts caused by water), wiper blades, wheel balancing and alignment; wheels and tyres. External oil leaks (unless it requires the removal of a major component e.g. engine, gearbox, rear axle), lubricants, filter elements and any damage caused by frost or lack of anti-freeze, impact, accident or negligence.
Traffic management system, satellite navigation system, telephone, TV and associated equipment of all types. The gradual reduction in operating performance (wear and tear) due to the age and mileage of the covered vehicle.
Service items including, but not limited to oil filters, lubricants, spark plugs, anti-freeze and other fluids unless the replacements are required because of the failure of a covered component.
Important Notice about this Chevrolet Extended Warranty Review
The above information has been gained from the manufacturer's sales literature and press office, and is correct as of May 2012. Please contact us with any omissions or amendments.