Buying a brand-new car is such a surreal feeling. The very first time you open its doors to drive it off the lot and that new car fragrance that hits you right in the face is an experience that words cannot describe. However, a new car also brings a lot of anxiety with itself. The risk of ruining its paint job or breaking down, or worst, it turns out to be a lemon. What I just described might be the stuff of a nightmare to some of our readers right now. That is why car manufacturers give you warranties at the time of your purchase, which brings peace of mind that is so precious in the times we live in right now.
Car warranties differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, and there are some excellent deals you can find. But which ones are the best? Which manufacturers in 2021 are giving some of the best new car warranty when purchasing their lot? Let us dive deeper and answer this question for you.
This list is in no particular order.
One the very top of the list we have is a Car manufacturer that is known for some of their most daily driven cars all around the world. You drive a Hyundai to get from point A to point B, so it might surprise you that they offer some of the best warranty coverage in the market. Hyundai offers the original buyer of its vehicles a ten year or hundred-thousand-mile powertrain warranty. This warranty will cover the engine and transmission.
Notice how we said the “original” buyer of the warranty has a massive downside to it as once the car is someone else’s problem, The warranty downgrades itself from ten years to five years and from a hundred thousand miles to a mere sixty thousand. If you are planning to buy an old Hyundai under manufacturer warranty, well, I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news for you.
Buicks are also some great vehicles to own, especially if you have a family with kids. Well, once you go and pull the trigger on a brand-new Buick, here is what they are going to offer you in terms of the warranty. You will get a full bumper to bumper warranty that is valid for four years or fifty thousand miles, whichever comes first. Along with that, dating from the time of purchase, you will also have a powertrain warranty that lasts for six years or seventy thousand miles, whichever comes first, with no extra or hidden deductibles. So, during that warranty period, if you go and break your transmission for some reason, Buick will give you a break and replace it with no extra cost to you. Buick also offers Corrosion protection for six years or a hundred thousand miles and roadside assistance for the same period or miles if that was not enough for you. The best part of this warranty is that it is fully transferable to anyone who might buy it second hand.
Gus Fring used to drive a Volvo not just for its reliability but because the warranty was so good. Do not believe us? Well, here is why we think so.
For the first four years or fifty thousand miles, Volvo will give its patrons a powertrain warranty that covers your engine and transmission. They will also provide you with Corrosion protection that will cover you for twelve years with no mile limit, which we think is the best deal one can get. Volvo will also give you three complimentary scheduled maintenance services that will ensure that your car runs in tip-top shape. And if that was not enough, Volvo also will offer its patrons for the first four years of the car’s life, free roadside assistance.
And here you thought Fring was trying to maintain a low profile.
Another daily driver manufacturer that promises to give its customers the best warranty. So here are what Kia pledges to provide you with once you drive a car of their lot in terms of the warranty. A basic warranty will last for 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. Along with the basic warranty, a powertrain warranty is also given for ten years or a hundred thousand miles. Suppose that does not satisfy you, and it should not when we look at the other manufacturers. In that case, Kia will also cover all the bodywork and panels for an accident for five years or a hundred thousand miles and the roadside assistance.
Here were some of the best warranties we found in the market right now. However, you should not base your purchase on the terms of the warranty and look at the car before purchasing it. A new vehicle model might have some of the best warranty terms in the market; however, there might be some design flaws that not even the warranty might not cover in the long run.
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