Car and vehicle warranties for Vauxhall
Vauxhall has come a long way when it comes to technological advances in the past ten years, but they have always had reliability on their side. Vauxhall has a strong motorsport link and is currently racing their excellent VXR in the British Touring Car Drivers Championship.
All their new cars come as standard with some great features like Power Assisted Steering, Anti Lock Braking Systems, central locking and electric front windows. Driver's, front passenger's and front-seat side-impact airbags and Multi-function display panel ensure a driver need not worry about his or her safety on a journey as safety is paramount to Vauxhall.
Most of the cars have colour-coded mirrors and bumpers, top range models have satellite navigation installed too. Many models feature cool 16-inch alloy wheels through to 18-inch alloy wheels and some of the more sporty models have lowered sports suspension and body kits, not to mention their 6-speed gearboxes and turbo engines. (Not found on all models naturally!)
So whether you own a small town runabout or a motorway cruising Monaro Click4Warranty can help you find the right level of warranty cover
to keep you on the road at the right price!
Astra Energy with seriously sporty looks, dynamic chassis performance and flexible load space. The fuel economy is excellent and emissions are very low.
When thinking about buying a Warranty for your used Vauxhall or extending your current Warranty whether you bought it from a dealer or privately bear the following in mind.
There is a wide range of mechanical breakdown policies
(Car Warranty) available today. All are designed to protect buyers against the costs of sudden and unforeseen failure of a specified list of components on your vehicle. The covered components may vary according to the age and mileage of the vehicle, ranging from policies that provide wide protection on newer motors or used vehicles that are only a few years old, through to more limited covers for much older or higher mileage vehicles (50 000 miles or 60 000 miles is a fairly common benchmark here).
It is very important that you are offered the correct policy for the vehicle you are buying. Therefore you should really understand the level of cover you need for the particular model of vehicle you are buying to ensure that you actually do buy the cover for the parts that are prone to failure. Generally, with a used car warranty the more extensive the level of cover i.e. protection includes a big range of components, the more you should expect to pay.
You should generally pay less for a policy with a restricted list of parts covered. Find out what the weaknesses are for the model of vehicle you are buying and get a policy to protect yourself armed with this knowledge.
More About Extending A Car Warranty
When buying a new Vauxhall car you will automatically be given a manufacturer’s warranty. The Manufacturer’s warranty can be valid for a period of between one and three years. Now there is a point that can often cause confusion so here is our chance to clarify for you. Under a standard manufacturers warranty, you are free to get your car serviced at any service station/garage in the UK and still benefit from the manufacturer’s new car warranty, providing the service is carried out to the car manufacturer’s recommendations and you have informed the policy provider who you will be using. A used car dealership could also offer a warranty that extends a two-year warranty to three years for you.
Such a dealer based warranty may have much more restrictions in the small print over the original manufacturer’s warranty, so be aware of this. Some of the restrictions could be things like limiting the mileage to a maximum of 60 000 miles or that services must be done by the same dealer who has given you the warranty. Policies May Also Have Other Limits. Warranty Policies
will often have a maximum amount payable for any claim; this may range from a few hundred to a few thousand pounds. You are advised to check the adequacy of these limits bearing in mind the cost of breakdown for major components when deciding on the upper limits of your cover.
Some warranty policies have a betterment clause, in which case you would have to pay something if your vehicle was improved following repair. They may also have a maximum amount payable during the life of the policy. There may be an excess that you will need to pay yourself if you have to make a claim on your vehicle warranty. Some automotive components may have specific claim limits or excesses applied to the as well.
Engine failure can often be attributed to ’wear and tear’ as parts often wear down rather than break. If you do not want your warranty provider to reject a claim on these grounds you should ensure that it is clearly stated in the terms and conditions that both "mechanical breakdown" and "wear and tear" are covered by your policy.