When buying a new or used car, your Licensed Motor Dealer will advise on the warranty that applies to the car. They can also provide options for extending the warranty to provide additional peace of mind.
New cars feature many safety, economy and comfort features. They also come with comprehensive manufacturer warranty coverage. New car warranties are generally transferable, where a car has changed hands during the warranty period. We recommend enquiring to see if a new car warranty is available and to ensure that all manufacturer required services have been carried out, so a warranty has not been voided.
In many states of Australia, dealers are required to provide a 3 month or 5000km statutory warranty when selling a used car. The car must have travelled less than 160,000kms and be less than 10 years old. Enquire with your dealer to see if this applies.
There are many extended car warranty policies available. Extended warranty is designed to provide assistance in the case of repairs, in the event of mechanical failure, after a statutory warranty ends. It is important to read through a policy to ensure you select the most appropriate one for your car and use. Extended warranty options can be discussed with a dealer, or you can contact the National Warranty Company for more details.
National Warranty Company is Australia’s largest independently owned specialist warranty company. NWC's vehicle and equipment warranties are available through select dealers, agents and brokers around Australia. Warranties are designed to help reduce the financial impact of unexpected costs of mechanical failure in the event of a break down.
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