Chevrolet offer one level of extended warranty cover for cars between 3 and 5 years old and that have covered less than 60,000 miles, which comes included in the price of their new cars. Which is why their terms say the car must have a valid manufacturers warranty to qualify and warranty cover must be unbroken.
Cover is per 12 months or 20,000 miles, whichever comes first.
The Chevrolet extended warranty is provided by an insurance warranty, administered by Car Care Plan.
As with all warranty products there are a number of questions we would advise asking.
For further Chevrolet car warranty details, and a warranty comparison to alternative warranty providers, please refer to our Chevrolet Car Warranty Comparison Chart.
Key points to consider when comparing quotes:
As the Chevrolet warranty is an insurance warranty, ask how claims are handled and how long it takes to get a claim paid. Insurance companies can take longer to payout than manufacturer-backed warranties.
- How does Chevrolet deal with consequential loss, in particular with regard to water ingress, which the warrant specifically omits? What happens if a warrantied part should be damaged by water ingress, or if a covered part causes water ingress and damages a non-covered part. Would Chevrolet pay out in these situations?
- How does Chevrolet define ‘wear and tear' and will it pay out on covered parts no matter why they have failed? Even if they have failed due to wear and tear on a non-covered part?
- The warranty makes a distinction between ‘wear and tear' of the brakes and ‘constant use of the brakes' - what exactly does this mean?
Terms & Conditions Summary
Read the key terms and conditions including covered parts and non-covererd parts: Chevrolet Terms & Conditions.
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.