A Dodge powertrain warranty provides basic protection to your engine and other components that keep your car running. But is that enough? Increasing that protection with an extended warranty may be the best decision to keeping your car on the road while protecting you from high repair costs.
What Does A Dodge Powertrain Warranty Cover?
Basically, a Dodge powertrain limited warranty covers the costs for the main components that make your car run. Those include:
1. The Engine
Under your limited powertrain warranty, the cylinder block of all gasoline-powered engines are covered. Internal parts also covered include the intake, exhaust manifolds, the water and oil pump, and the supercharger.
2. The Transmission
A Dodge powertrain warranty covers the transmission case and other components such as the torque converter, the range switch, and the pressure and speed sensors.
3. Drive Systems & Internal Parts
No matter if your Dodge is front-wheel, rear-wheel, or all-wheel drive, those systems are covered in a limited warranty.
Why Do I Need An Extended Warranty?
While the limited powertrain plan is a good start, there is a chance you could be on the hook for debilitating repair costs should something go wrong. In recent road test scores that charted safety performance and owner satisfaction, Dodge ranked 25th of 30 automakers and scored "worse than average" for predicted reliability.
The professional and friendly team at CARCHEX can help you navigate the decision and find the protection plan that's right for you.
The Extra Protection You Need From CARCHEX
Shopping for protection with CARCHEX can give you the peace of mind that you're covered should something go wrong. We offer customizable and comprehensive warranty plans that will fit your needs. In addition to our flexibility and competitive prices, CARCHEX has an A+ customer service rating from the Better Business Bureau, so you can be sure you're dealing with industry leaders looking out for you.
Call CARCHEX at 866-261-3457 to speak with one of our specialists today.
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