When you buy a new or certified pre-owned vehicle, the typical warranty options that are available are the powertrain warranty and the bumper-to-bumper warranty. The basics of these warranty options are explained in detail below.

When it comes to a bumper-to-bumper warranty, you are getting the most comprehensive coverage for the major parts of your vehicle. Parts that wear down normally, such as trim and tires, are beyond the scope of this warranty. The powertrain warranty is less comprehensive, but it still covers the major engine parts and essentially the components that make your car drive. Belts, batteries and fluids are not part of the powertrain warranty, even though they are important for making your car work. This warranty is instead designed to protect major engine functions. It generally covers a longer time period than the bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Call Bob Utter Lincoln with any questions about the warranty on your vehicle.



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